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St. Petersburg - Faberge a "must tour"???

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Have only two days in St. Petersburg on our upcoming Baltic Sea Cruise.
We have tentatively scheduled a private tour with SPB Tours which includes: Grand Choral Synagogue, visit to metro, Heritage Museum, Church on the Spilled Blood, Peter and Paul's Fortress and Cathredal, and canal boat ride. (All in the first day.)
(Second day): Drive to Peterhof, subway ride; Peterhof lower fountain park and upper gardens; drive to Tsar's Village; special visit to the Amber Workshop; and qvisit to Catherine's Palice and Amber Room

Since this will probably be our only visit ever to St. Petersburg, are we missing out by not substituting one of the above, and going to the Faberge Museum instead???
(Very overwhelming!!!)

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