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Don’t stress if you’re rethinking your St. Petersburg holiday package — it’s possible to change or amend your booking. And if you’ve booked it within the last 24 hours, you may be able to do it for free. However, bookings made more than 24 hours ago may incur charges from your hotel, airline or car rental company. We understand life can throw the occasional spanner in the works, so look up our Customer Service Portal if that happens. When you’re ready to make changes, we’ll take care of it.
Tsentralny is an area of St. Petersburg that no one should miss. If going to Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood and Kazan Cathedral is important to you, staying in this neighbourhood could be a great idea. Another option is Nevsky Prospekt. From here, it’ll be easy to get to Kazan Cathedral and Russian Museum.
If saving money is a priority, is the best time of year to escape to St. Petersburg. is generally the priciest month, so you’ll need a bigger travel budget if you visit then. are the high season months and when this destination is often at its best. Clear space in your calendar for if you’d prefer a quieter escape.
Be rewarded with the widest variety at the lowest prices by booking your St. Petersburg holiday early. Air carriers tend to sell flight tickets anywhere up to a year prior to departure, so start locking things in as soon as you can. That being said, Expedia is dedicated to providing you with the best bargains around, so it’s always a good time to book your dream holiday!
Our prices are already low. However, you’ll snap up even more bargains when you book your hotels, flights and car rentals together. With an Expedia package, you’ll get transparent pricing and lots of choice.
Popular places to visit in St. Petersburg
State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace
Immerse yourself in a collection of prehistoric artifacts, Middle Eastern jewelry and European art that spans 6,000 years in one of the world’s oldest museums.