Check rates and availability for this hostel
Find the best prices for Nevsky Hostel from HostelBookers.com.
Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg
... are dozens of mosaics. It’s impressive and worth checking out.
Our final day saw us fighting with Fedex over being charged twice for a delivery to Oz, and another joyous trip to the train ticket depot where we only had to go to 2 booths and queue up for 1 hour to finally get our train tickets printed!
Feeling quite knackered we headed off through the canals (Peter the Great wanted St Petersburg to be a Venice of the North) and caught a hydrofoil ...
... of silver and porcelain with which to adorn their palaces. The collection is packed with the works of western European masters like Rembrandt, Rubens, Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, El Greco, Murillo, and Van Dyck. The living quarters and gala halls of this palace are breathtaking in size and decoration. We also visited the Gold Rooms of the palace, an amazing collection of golden items and artifacts stretching back through the centuries. Our ...
... once I found how to make the shower work, a little tricky for an old lady.
We noticed 2 Trafalgar tours are also staying here plus bus loads of Japanese and Taiwanese tourists the first Asians we have seen on our journey, I think the attraction of Russia brings many people to this area and so this very large hotel can cater for multiple tours at any one time. In fact a lot of the rooms overlook the Baltic Sea and if you stick your head out our window and look to ...
... og tilbage mellem busserne. Det lykkedes
os at finde den rigtige bus, men til gengæld var det den varmeste bus
nogensinde. Kasper faldt i søvn efter ca 10 minutter med solbriller på og
hoveden hængende forover. Da han vågnede igen, havde han to hele søer sved på
indersiden af solbrillerne.
Vi kommer relativt tidligt tilbage til Skt. Petersborg og
finder en metro mod centrum. Af en eller anden grund, tager vi den forkerte
metro og havner ...
... religion museum, because the Soviets frown upon religion.Then it was blown to smithereens in World War 1 (I think), so they have been rebuilding it carefully ever since. Russia has gone through so much turmoil. It's really amazing that we are even able to visit, because I'm sure that there have been many times in history that people would not have believed we ever could.
After eating some dinner, it was time to pack up ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsNevsky Hostel St. Petersburg
cozy and quiant. Right next to the Hermitage and the Cazan. SUCH a great place for the location and price. The location is what really makes it worth it.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.