Nikita

Address: Raziezjaya ul. 42, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191119, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Smolny Cathedral, Bank Bridge, Piskariovskoye Memorial Cemetery, and Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge.
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

Visit to the Hermitage and the Ballet

A travel blog entry by hulleys on Sep 24, 2014

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When we woke this morning, the ship had docked in Saint Petersburg. The docking area is not so pleasant as in Moscow and we are about an hour away from the city.

After breakfast, we set off for a guided tour of The Hermitage, one of the most famous museums in the world, founded by Catherine the Great. There are over two million objects in the museum and they say that if you stopped and looked ...

Hopefully, today was the worst of our journey,,,

A travel blog entry by jimwitmer on Aug 07, 2013

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... city seems a more vibrant, cleaner and perhaps wealthier version of Helsinki. The building styles and grand scale are similar and the streets are absolutely clogged with people, some foreigners but mainly Russians. We have heard only a smattering of English and other languages here and find almost no signage in English or other languages. I am very happy to report that I have retained a lot of the Russian I learned in college that has at least helped me to decipher signs written ...

The Hermitage

A travel blog entry by rucio on Sep 19, 2012

... 700-300BC. Most of the items came from several royal burial mounds. The art work subtle and interesting even to our eye, and they had varied tools and 'machines' like wooden carriages. Again, lots of pix, but can't display them at present.

The size is enourmous - the rooms numbered well into the 300's. Some have been restored to their royal splendour and are stunning on the eye, but would have been totally unlivable by modern standards ...

Borsch hangover cures

A travel blog entry by planetlars on Jun 15, 2012

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... in the tow of Katya and Anton. Apparently a terrorist act recently had ripped a hole in the massive bronze statue of Lenin. The explosion's hole was left right through him in the place where people would say hurts the most! Needless to say the statue was repaired rapidly to avoid Lenin's embarrassed state lingering in the public eye. Headed back to the 'hood via Metro and adjourned to a little vego restaurant hidden in a back alley. Very ...

Our Adventure in St.Petersburg

A travel blog entry by barbaraj90 on Sep 14, 2011

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... you can see the sea not too far away.

Wednesday morning dawned and we were off to explore St Petersburg. We took a morning tour of the city by bus stopping to take photos at several prominent sights.

Lunch was on a canal boat on the water and was a pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. Then it was off to the Hermitage Museum. What a wonderful experience that was, there is so much to see there, one could easily spend a week exploring all that this ...