US$ 255 / pp
12, 16, 21 June / 2 July 2021
The UEFA European Championship, as its more formally known, takes place just once every four years and is always highly anticipated by soccer fans in Europe and around the world. Euro 2020 will make history as it will be held in 12 cities in 12 different countries for the first time. The tournament will also be commemorating its 60th anniversary and you can be sure all 12 host cities will be ready to celebrate.
Saint Petersburg hosts three Group B matches and one Quarter-final.
Experience one of soccer’s biggest events your way. Our 2020 European Football Championship Semi-Finals and Finals packages are customizable, so you can get the most out of your experience. Personalize your Euro experience with your choice of first-class accommodations, your preferred tickets, private airport transfers, and more.
12 June / Group B / Belgium vs Russia (21:00)
16 June / Group B / Russia - Finland (16:00)
21 June / Group B / Belgium - Finland (21:00)
2 July / Quarter-final
Saint Petersburg Stadium
Saint Petersburg Stadium can seat 61,000 people. Zenit moved there from Petrovsky Stadium in April 2017, beating Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 2-0 in their first game. The arena hosted four matches at the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, including the final, and will stage seven fixtures at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It was constructed on the site of the Kirov Stadium, home to Zenit until the early 1990s, on Krestovsky Island. The venue was designed by Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa, whose vision was for a spaceship that had landed on the shores of the Gulf of Finland. The nearest metro station is Krestovsky Ostrov on the purple line, which runs through central Saint Petersburg.
What to see
For culture: Founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great, the State Hermitage Museum houses over three million works of art and cultural artefacts, only a fraction of which are on display in 360 rooms. One of the largest museums in the world, the Hermitage is made up of five buildings, the most famous of which is the magnificent Winter Palace. For atmosphere: Thousands of tourists and locals gather on the banks of the river Neva every night from April to November to see the 'raising of the bridges'. The city has over 300 bridges, with 13 of them bascules (ones that can open and close to let river traffic through). Watching them go up – some in sequence, some alone, most lit up – is a great opportunity to explore the waterfront. For fresh air: Just off Palace Embankment, a short distance from Palace Square and the Hermitage, the Summer Garden is Saint Petersburg's oldest park.
You'll be provided with a 3 days public transport ticket
A 3 days public transport ticket is a valid multipurpose ticket for unlimited travel in any type of transport (metro, bus, trolleybus or tram).
Day 2 (match day)
Breakfast at the hotel. Optional sightseeing tours. Self-transportation to/from the stadium. Watch the match. Overnight at the hotel.
Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Optional sightseeing tours. Transfer to the airport. Please, contact us if you wish to stay longer at Saint Petersburg or travel directly to any other Euro-2020 host city.
2 nights at a carefully selected hotel in the city centre
Private transfer Airport - Hotel
Private transfer Hotel - Airport
3 days St. Petersburg public transport card
Travel tips brochure
24/7 support line
International flights to/from St. Petersburg
UEFA Euro 2020 match tickets (contact our managers to book)
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Iran / USA
We just returned from the World Cup in Russia where we followed Team Iran. This involved travel to three different stadiums many miles apart. Thank goodness we booked through World of Discoveries (Discovery Russia branch)! They arranged our lodging and transport. They even set us up with local English speaking guides to take us to see the interesting and historical sights of this beautiful land. We had a blast. We met new friends, ate great food, drank great vodka and cheered our team on. It was a trip of a lifetime.
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I was extremely satisfied with my trip. Everyone at the agency have been courteous and helpful from the very beginning, trying to organize our 17 day World Cup experience. The guides and drivers are very professional and friendly, and the accommodations were simply superb. I highly recommend World of Discoveries as I know they will turn your trip into an unforgettable experience.
I decided to use the Tour Service of the World Cup after some extensive research into the tour alternatives. These guys seemed to differentiate its tour Service by providing a more culturally based service with a healthy dose of Football and Fun. My experience was that it as well run ie they delivered on their promises. They have a health mix of local staff and Australian staff. The Russian staff had a great empathy for the challenges for us Aussies traveling in a country where you had no language skills they bridged that gap with there wonderful help. I know there are many alternative tours but this one certainly lived up to its name. I felt I discovered part of Russia but there’s plenty more to go!’ Overall just a great experience
We have finished our trip in Mongolia and I busted to say thank you very much for all your assistance while we were on the ground in Russia. By far the best guide we had was Yuri in Moscow - he was excellent. We had a very good visit to Novgorod where Natalia was an excellent guide too, and we learnt much about Russian history: It was very good to have the car to take us around the Golden Circle and Victor was a good driver. and the guide in Peterhof and Faberge museum was very nice, approachable, taxis were always waiting for us when we got off the boat etc. We both had a very good holiday and learnt a lot about Russian history and culture: thanks again.