EuroFriends Hostel

48 Sadovaya Street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190068, Russian Federation | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg


A travel blog entry by yaatraa


Arrivée pluvieuse à SPB, vite réconfortées par notre premier pirojki et une bonne nuit de sommeil à l'a auberge.

Première journée de balade dans cette magnifique ville. Visite des jardins et monuments sous un froid qui laisse présager le meilleur...

Coup de cœur pour la virée nocturne et la levée des ponts.

Hermitage Bound

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian


... shop, bought a couple of prints and a great book on St Petersburg.

I left the Hermitage footsore but very happy. I stopped off at the hostel for a bit before meeting Elena at Ligovsky Prospekt to go to a couch surfers get together she invited me to. We made our way to the bar "Afrika" where I met some very nice Russians, including one girl who I chatted with for ages because she is going to be doing her masters degree in Sydney soon and she wanted to talk to a ...

Like Paris... but more grand

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann


... of the girls poses, but failed… both Luke and I, and the rest of the group would attempt over and over to perfect the Russian Pose. I think only one of us in the Group truly managed it (and looked amazing doing it) and she could possibly out-pose a Russian woman. It truly is a skill.

Luke and I also attempted the selfie numerous times on this trip… you will never see them. In all there were either too many double chins,up nostril shots (to correct the double ...

Goodbye Russia, Hello Lithuania

A travel blog entry by graceandgary


... at ours she had a grim look on her face and called her superior. He could not speak English and we have no Russian but with the help of Tomas we were to discover that we had overstayed our visa (by a mere 2 hours!) and we would need to pay a fine and apply for a transit visa before we could leave the country. Instead of doing it on the spot, we needed to pack up all our things and get off the train in the middle of the night. Tomas apologized and reminded ...

Tour Day 6: The Hermitage

A travel blog entry by jeremymoss


Good grief, what an amazing place the Hermitage is! Five buildings, joined seamlessly together, filled with vases and pots of malachite, lapis lazuli and jasper; suits of armour mounted on horseback; paintings by da Vinci, Cezanne, and others; sculptures and incredibly detailed mosaics. We spent almost three hours on a guided tour, being shown the sights and treasures of the Russian Empire. Very tiring, but ...

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