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1/4 in St.Petersburg Spain vs Switzerland

Russia

Enjoy visa-free entry to Russia! Even without the match tickets!

A great chance to explore St Petersburg, one of the most beautiful cities of Europe! 1/4 with Spain vs Switzerland will be held in the city on 2 July 2021 with 50% capacity available at the venue, Saint Petersburg Stadium, which is one of the most advanced stadiums in Europe. Football apart, enjoy the White Nights season when the city is sparkling like a good champagne.

Friday 2 July - QF1: Spain vs Switzerland (19:00, local time)

What to expect

Visa-free entry to Russia with FAN ID

With our travel package, you get FAN ID UEFA 2021 which allows any national to enter Russia from 29 May till 2 July and stay up to 12 July 2021. We can get one for you even if you haven't bought the tickets yet!

Experience-based travel

We, together with our sister company Discovery Russia, brought 1000+ football fans from Australia, USA, UK, Germany, Croatia, Mexico, Peru, Panama, Chile, Colombia, Iran to the World Cup in Russia in 2018. You may see their reviews below. All our packages include best accommodation, guides, transfers, tours, 24/7 support and deep knowledge of the world’s largest country

Tailor-made EURO 2020 experience

Our Euro 2020 packages are customizable, so you can get the most out of your experience. Contact us to tailor-make your trip.

Match tickets

Please note that the tickets are sold by UEFA only at their official website. We can assist you with booking the match tickets in St. Petersburg. Chat with our managers.

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Day 1. Arrival

Arrive at Saint Petersburg. Your driver will be waiting at the airport/train station to take you to the hotel in downtown. The evening is free at leisure.

Day 2. Match day

Breakfast and free time before the match. At appropriate time, self transfer to St Petersburg Stadium to support your team. After the game, join the parties at famous Rubinstein street.

Day 3. City tour and departure

After breakfast take a half day guided tour in St. Petersburg. Visit the Hermitage with our experienced guides. This former residence of the Romanovs Royal Family, today is the second-largest art museum in the world. Then take a walking tour to see the city’s iconic landmarks: Isaac Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood — one of the most powerful constructions in Russian Orthodox Christian architecture, and an enthralling must-see. Take a private transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

Day 1. Arrival

Arrive at Saint Petersburg. Your driver will be waiting at the airport/train station to take you to the hotel in downtown. The evening is free at leisure.

Day 2. Match day

Breakfast and free time before the match. At appropriate time, self transfer to St Petersburg Stadium to support your team. After the game, join the parties at famous Rubinstein street.

Day 3. St Petersburg City tour

After breakfast take a half day guided tour in St. Petersburg. Visit the Hermitage with our experienced guides. This former residence of the Romanovs Royal Family, today is the second-largest art museum in the world. Then take a walking tour to see the city’s iconic landmarks: Isaac Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood — one of the most powerful constructions in Russian Orthodox Christian architecture, and an enthralling must-see. Evening is free at leisure. Optional Faberge Museum Tour, channel cruise tours and more are available.

Day 4. Peterhof tour & departure

Today, after the breakfast you visit the royal Peterhof Palace with a half-day guided tour.Gardens and parks there are spread over more than four hundred hectares and include thirty-one amazing museums and beautiful Versailles-style gardens. Interiors, as always in Russia, are all made of gold. Private transfer to the airport for your departure flight.

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This is a sample itinerary. Sightseeing tours & match dates are flexible.

Day 1. Arrival

Arrive at Saint Petersburg. Your driver will be waiting at the airport/train station to take you to the hotel in downtown. The evening is free at leisure.

Day 2. Match day

Breakfast and free time before the match. At appropriate time, self transfer to St Petersburg Stadium to support your team. After the game, join the parties at famous Rubinstein street.

Day 3. St Petersburg City tour

After breakfast take a half day guided tour in St. Petersburg. Visit the Hermitage with our experienced guides. This former residence of the Romanovs Royal Family, today is the second-largest art museum in the world. Then take a walking tour to see the city’s iconic landmarks: Isaac Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood — one of the most powerful constructions in Russian Orthodox Christian architecture, and an enthralling must-see. Evening is free at leisure.

Day 4. Match day

You may have a day at leisure or attend one more Euro 2020 match.

Day 5. Peterhof tour

Today, after the breakfast you visit the royal Peterhof Palace with a half-day guided tour. Gardens and parks there are spread over more than four hundred hectares and include thirty-one amazing museums and beautiful Versailles-style gardens. Interiors, as always in Russia, are all made of gold. Optional Faberge Museum Tour, channel cruise tours and more are available.

Day 6. Pushkin/Tsarskoye Selo tour

After breakfast you will be taken for a guided tour to Pushkin/Tsarskoye Selo (30 km south of St. Petersburg). A splendid example of Russian Baroque, Catherine’s Palace delights its visitors with sumptuous Great Hall and Golden Enfilade of staterooms, including the world-famous Amber Room. The exposition of the palace covers almost 300-years history of the former imperial summer residence. A widely acknowledged masterpiece of garden and landscape art, Catherine Park includes variously styled pavilions, bridges, monuments and exotic garden structures that carry visitors away to other countries and bygone ages. Return to St Petersburg, the afternoon is free at leisure to explore the city on your own or get some Russian souvenirs. Extra tours are available, please inquire.

Day 7. Departure

Breakfast and check out of a hotel. A comfortable private transfer car will take you to the airport or railway station.

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This is a sample itinerary. Sightseeing tours & match dates are flexible. You may take a trip to Moscow either before or after the match(es).

Day 1. Arrival at St Petersburg

Arrive at Saint Petersburg. Your driver will be waiting at the airport/train station to take you to the hotel in downtown. The evening is free at leisure.

Day 2. Match day

Breakfast and free time before the match. At appropriate time, self transfer to St Petersburg Stadium to support your team. After the game, join the parties at famous Rubinstein street.

Day 3. St Petersburg City tour

After breakfast take a half day guided tour in St. Petersburg. Visit the Hermitage with our experienced guides. This former residence of the Romanovs Royal Family, today is the second-largest art museum in the world. Then take a walking tour to see the city’s iconic landmarks: Isaac Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood — one of the most powerful constructions in Russian Orthodox Christian architecture, and an enthralling must-see. Evening is free at leisure.

Day 4. Match day

You may have a day at leisure or attend one more Euro 2020 match

Day 5. Peterhof tour & Train to Moscow

Today, after the breakfast you visit the royal Peterhof Palace with a half-day guided tour. Gardens and parks there are spread over more than four hundred hectares and include thirty-one amazing museums and beautiful Versailles-style gardens. Interiors, as always in Russia, are all made of gold. Optional Faberge Museum Tour, channel cruise tours and more are available. Take a private transfer to the train station to board a high-speed train to Moscow (4 hours). In Moscow take a private transfer to a hotel in the downtown and check-in.

Day 6. Moscow city tour

After the breakfast we will take you for a full-day guided sightseeing tour in Moscow. Take a ride by the famous Moscow metro with its lavishly decorated underground stations. Visit the Moscow Kremlin, the very heart of Moscow and Russia! Walk along monumental walls, golden-domed cathedrals and towers with iconic red stars. Explore the treasure of its world-famous museums including the Armory. Then, make essential Russian photos at Red Square with Lenin’s Mausoleum & Saint Basil's Cathedral (outside), famous GUM department store, pass by the Bolshoi Theatre, KGB Headquarters & other attractions of the downtown. Take a walking tour in the downtown.

Day 7. Departure from Moscow

Breakfast and check out of a hotel. A comfortable private transfer car will take you to the airport or railway station.

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This is a sample itinerary. Sightseeing tours & match dates are flexible. You may travel to Moscow & Golden Ring either before or after St. Petersburg.

Day 1. Arrival at St Petersburg

Arrive at Saint Petersburg. Your driver will be waiting at the airport/train station to take you to the hotel in downtown. The evening is free at leisure.

Day 2. Match day

Breakfast and free time before the match. At appropriate time, self transfer to St Petersburg Stadium to support your team. After the game, join the parties at famous Rubinstein street.

Day 3. St Petersburg City tour

After breakfast take a half day guided tour in St. Petersburg. Visit the Hermitage with our experienced guides. This former residence of the Romanovs Royal Family, today is the second-largest art museum in the world. Then take a walking tour to see the city’s iconic landmarks: Isaac Cathedral, Kazan Cathedral, and the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood — one of the most powerful constructions in Russian Orthodox Christian architecture, and an enthralling must-see. Evening is free at leisure.

Day 4. Match day

You may have a day at leisure or attend one more Euro 2020 match

Day 5. Peterhof tour & Train to Moscow

Today, after the breakfast you visit the royal Peterhof Palace with a half-day guided tour. Gardens and parks there are spread over more than four hundred hectares and include thirty-one amazing museums and beautiful Versailles-style gardens. Interiors, as always in Russia, are all made of gold. Optional Faberge Museum Tour, channel cruise tours and more are available. Take a private transfer to the train station to board a high-speed train to Moscow (4 hours). In Moscow take a private transfer to a hotel in the downtown and check-in.

Day 6. Moscow city tour

After the breakfast we will take you for a full-day guided sightseeing tour in Moscow. Take a ride by the famous Moscow metro with its lavishly decorated underground stations. Visit the Moscow Kremlin, the very heart of Moscow and Russia! Walk along monumental walls, golden-domed cathedrals and towers with iconic red stars. Explore the treasure of its world-famous museums including the Armory. Then, make essential Russian photos at Red Square with Lenin’s Mausoleum & Saint Basil's Cathedral (outside), famous GUM department store, pass by the Bolshoi Theatre, KGB Headquarters & other attractions of the downtown. Take a walking tour in the downtown.

Day 7. Moscow city tour #2

Today, visit The Tretyakov State Art Gallery, the foremost depository of Russian fine art in the world. We continue with a trip to Novodevichy Convent, probably the best-known cloister of Moscow and take a guided visit inside its medieval walls. Unlike many other cloisters, it has remained virtually intact since the 17th century and is now the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Enjoy a panoramic driving city tour to see Sparrow Hills with the best iconic views, hear the stories behind famous Stalin's skyscrapers, and finally, visit the VDNKh Soviet exhibition with the outstanding Museum of Cosmonautics.

Day 8. Vladimir & Suzdal

Take a transfer to Vladimir for a short tour. You will visit the famous Dormition Cathedral, part of a World Heritage Site. The interior was painted in the 12th century and then repainted by Andrei Rublev, one of the greatest medieval Russian painters of Orthodox icons and frescos. Visit to a family of local blacksmiths is a an interesting break in our extensive sightseeing program. You will make your own Russian souvenir! After lunch, drive 30 km to ancient Suzdal, an unofficial “heart of the Golden Ring. Try different tastes of the famous local drink “medovukha” -meed. Suzdal produces the very best one! Proceed to the Suzdal Kremlin, dating from the 10th century. Like other Russian Kremlins, it was originally a fortress or citadel and was the religious and administrative center of the city. Check-in at the hotel in Suzdal and overnight.

Day 9. Rostov the Great

After breakfast, complete our Suzdal sightseeing program and transfer to Rostov the Great for a short guided tour of the Kremlin. Rostov the Great is famous for the 17th century Kremlin with numerous churches and gorgeous views from the Kremlin walls. (Unlike in Moscow Kremlin, here you might walk along the fortified wall). Take a transfer to Yaroslavl and take a Yaroslavl city tour. Evening at leisure at Volga River embankment.

Day 10. Yaroslavl, Sergiev Posad & Departure from Moscow

fter breakfast, take a transfer to Sergiev Posad to have a wonderful sightseeing tour around the most cherished treasures of Russian Christians, that includes a visit to the spiritual centre of Russian Orthodoxy - the Trinity Lavra of St. Sergius. This religious and military complex represents an epitome of the growth of Russian architecture and contains some of that architecture’s finest expressions. It exerted a profound influence on architecture in Russia and other parts of Eastern Europe. The property is a serial one, including buildings outside the main monastic compound. Take a private transfer to Moscow airport for your departure flight.

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What's included

Carefully selected 3,4 or 5-star hotel in the city center

Breakfasts daily

Private comfort class transfers on arrival/departure (Airport or train station)

All transfers as per itinerary

Public transport card for duration of your stay in St Petersburg

Guided sightseeing tours as per itinerary with all entrance fees included

24/7 support line

Not Included

International flights to/from St. Petersburg

UEFA Euro 2020 match tickets (contact our managers for booking assistance)

Meals not mentioned

Personal expenses

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