Nevsky Prospect B&B

Address: 11 Nevsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191065, Russian Federation | B&B
 
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This B&B, located in the Old City area of St. Petersburg, is near Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Nicholas' Naval Cathedral, General Staff Building, and Loft Project.
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        Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

        St Petersberg's Imperial Past

        A travel blog entry by peter_cheryl19 on Sep 26, 2015

        15 photos

        ... of Finland and a short ride back to the hotel. Some purchases from the nearby 24hr store and a second round of group drinks in our room to reflect upon the day and toast the Cowboys victory.
        After drinks some head towards the city centre in search of the recommended Russian pies (Stolle). Peter leads the group along the street he thought the guide indicated was the way to go however this street delivers us to the wrong ...

        Churches and the Romanov's

        A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 05, 2015

        48 photos

        ... been made. Yes, I was both abashed and annoyed. As the next English tours were 12.00 and 4.00 we settled for the 10.00 Russian tour with the English audio guide. Ah well, needs must. We put our bags in to a locker, no photos, and donned our paper overshoes for the tour. Basically we tagged along, and looked at the various exhibits with the help of some English labels and the audio guide. What can you say, the unsurpassed quality of the pieces is absolutely ...

        A Walk With Nadya: Absorbing St Petersburg

        A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 14, 2015

        1 comment, 34 photos

        ... with no visas, Armenian or Russian. It didn't bear thinking about.

        The Armenian Consulate was a miserable office located in Dekabristov Street in the south of St Petersburg. Even the three striped red, blue and yellow Armenian flag outside the building was frayed and sagging. Inside the Consulate was not much better, housing a depressing dark foyer and just a very small counter. Their were no seats at all. A number of dejected looking staff stumped by ...

        From Russia With Love

        A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 16, 2014

        108 photos

        ... ride back to Helsinki. It's nice to have a private bathroom and shower! The ferry had another entertainment show and this time we were more impressed with the dancing and music. It was geared more for young people than the Saturday night show, which had a lot of middle aged and older Russians. In the morning, we leisurely got up and ate breakfast on board while everyone else rushed off and waited in lines at customs. We learn pretty quick. You get ...

        Last Day in St. Petersburg

        A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 04, 2014

        12 photos

        ... Much of the palace was destroyed during WWII but most of the art etc was hidden in the Urol mountains and brought back. The building was reconstructed after the war. Amazing before and after pictures. We then came back into the city and went to the church of spilled blood. Looks a little like the church in Red Square in moscow. Amazing mosaics on the inside. then back to the ship! great 3 days in St. ...