5 Evenings Guesthouse

Address: Vosstaniya street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191014, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Peter and Paul Fortress (Petropavlovskaya Krepost), Dostoevsky House Museum, Red Arrow Express, and Stroganov Palace.
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TripAdvisor Reviews 5 Evenings Guesthouse St. Petersburg

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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

From Russia With Love

A travel blog entry by shunny81 on Jul 25, 2014

2 comments, 20 photos

... the underground from there. We went for the second option. After navigating our way around the underground, we somehow (with a bit of planning and a bit of luck) managed to get to our hostel. Another fact about St Petersburg is that due to its northerly latitude it stays light for nearly 18 hours during the summer and dark during the winter. It was fortunate then that the room t!titled "nice bright room" and had thin cream blinds instead of curtains. This ...

Adolf Wanted It Wiped From The Face Of The Earth -

A travel blog entry by sheilarickbevis on Apr 27, 2014

5 comments, 45 photos

... br> This place used to be called Leningrad. A million died in the siege. That means many of the buildings were damaged but they have been restored Here in the historic city centre things have been rebuilt like the original. Perhaps, outside the city there are poor people but wealth is very apparent with new, shiny cars and smartly dressed being the norm. We have yet to see a beggar even outside the churches. There are two pole-dancing clubs nearby... ...

Surreptitious and Stylish

A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 17, 2014

7 comments, 20 photos

... to the famous HermItage Museum, housed in part in the Winter Palace. Built and expanded for over 150 years starting with Peter the Great in 1711 (for whom the city is named), it was Catherine the Great who acquired a enormous art collection and coined the name Hermitage. Throughout this period the peasants were starving but each successive Tsar thought it would be a bloody good idea to keep on improving and building the most opulent Palace in Russia. ...

Stamps in the passport

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Sep 13, 2013

56 photos

... stickiest dance floor imaginable and smoking lounges we instead raided the duty free shop for chocolate and wine and then resided in our cabin to rest up for exploring the next day. Greeted by a Russian immigration official with teardrop facial tattoos was enough to ensure we would be making our return ferry. After the quick bus trip to our four star hotel we ventured forth. Stepping out into Russia is a culture shock not felt throughout mainland Europe. From the ...

Back in the USSR

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Jul 25, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... coin) and descend into the depths of the underground. And descend. And descend. Three minutes I was on that escalator - followed by another minute's descent on the next escalator. Four minutes down, I jump on and travel a few stops before surfacing like Monty Mole (we're full of ZX Spectrum games tonight) at the Vitebsky Station. It's all a bit native.

I will so look out of place tomorrow evening as I board that train.





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