Right On Nevsk Hostel

45 Nevskiy Prospekt, Apartment 10, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Peter and Paul Fortress (Petropavlovskaya Krepost), Anichkov Bridge, House of Books (Dom Knigi), and Stroganov Palace.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Peterhof Palace

    A travel blog entry by kristin101 on Aug 06, 2014

    3 comments, 36 photos

    Apparently the summer tourist traffic in St. Petersburg is significant enough that many buildings are closed in the mornings to accommodate touring groups. The Silver Sea ship is smaller than the majority of cruise ships and was able to dock right downtown. That gave us a head start on some of the larger tour groups.

    We boarded our bus at 8:30 ...

    Day 13 St Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by jblackley on Jul 13, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... had an uneventful hour and half flight to Rome then we transferred to our plane to St Petersburg. Again the flight was uneventful and took three hours. We also moved forward two hours so we think we are now 7 hours behind AEST.

    We were met at the airport and driven to the boat in a very flash black Mercedes. We arrived just in time to catch the end of the briefing of how things work. We then just had time to find our cabin, quickly unpack and go to dinner, which was delicious. ...

    Venice of the North

    A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Aug 19, 2013

    50 photos

    ... rears a dramatic bronze statue of a supple youth trying to tame a fiery steed. These much loved statues were buried in the grounds of the Anichkov Palace during World War II to protect them from harm. The people of this area really suffered from the German blockade and were literally starving to death. Their sculpture Pyotr Klodt was plagued by Nicholas 1, who ...

    A Quite Russian Day in SPB

    A travel blog entry by yokojian on Jun 12, 2013

    5 photos

    After saying goodbye to Tom, I began my first exploration here. Another one hour coach trip back to downtown, but the weather was good.

    The first stop was The Church of the Our Savior on the Spilled Blood. 12th of June was the Russian Day, namely National Holiday of Russia. Some young people handed out national flags and promotion sheet in the street. They tried to give me one, but I asked were they free or not. No response back ...

    Day 19 St Petersburg, Russia

    A travel blog entry by allanbe on Jun 07, 2013

    50 photos

    ... for our evening outing we ended up having to go as we were without getting back onto the ship, because of the Russian customs holding things up. The show was billed as an Evening of Russian Folklore and, to us, was disappointing. Most of the show consisted of male military types singing Russian folk songs. No classic Cossack dancing and very little to get excited about. Some things have obviously not changed in Russia and they need to brush up on their entertainment skills.