Art-Hotel Rachmaninov

Address: Kazanzkaya St., 5, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the ?78 area of St. Petersburg, is near Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan (Kazansky Sobor), Nevsky Prospekt, and Immanuel Kant's Grave.
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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    Churches and the Romanov's

    A travel blog entry by vickia on Jun 05, 2015

    48 photos

    ... the Split Blood. As we went passed the gardens we passed a long line quing up for entry. Vicki read the signs; it was the St Petersburg version of the Chelsea Garden Show. Funnily the balustrades on the bridge across the canal had Fasces as posts, a surprise in what had been a Communist bastion for so long. Something to research! Back to the Church we were heading toward. It is a bizarre and very Russian confection built on the site of the assassination of Tsar Alexander ...

    St Petersburg to Rome

    A travel blog entry by ruthelspeth on Sep 01, 2014

    Well the 1st part of our tip has come to an end. We have had 3 days in Moscow, 6 days on the Volga Dream as we travelled to St Petersburg via the waterways & 3 days in St Petersburg. We are almost palace out, museum out & churched out. I vaguely remember some of the places we saw. Today we fly to Rome via Helsinki (about 4hr @ airport) It has been quite cool/cold here & yesterday was the last ...

    First Day in Russia!

    A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... It was purposely built by Peter The Great in 1703. Before then it was swamp land! The city feels very European and NOT Russian. Beautiful palaces everywhere, canals like Amsterdam but much bigger. Most of the city is on the Neva river. SO not what you would think of Russia, more like the Russia of the Czars. Most of the city is now a UNESCO site. We then went to the Hermitage which is a series of 5 palaces. The main building is the Winter Palace and the former ...

    Behind the Baroque Facades

    A travel blog entry by madanaki on Apr 28, 2014

    4 comments, 12 photos

    ... and Steve knocked on an office door and one surprised office worker, who spoke a modicum of English, escorted us back to the second floor, where moments before we'd been sent downstairs.

    A different staff member successfully printed us off our tickets. We bowed and scraped before the bemused third floor office worker, offering her our first born and tombs of gold, and we ran out into the sunshine, cartwheeling down the street. Take ...

    Struck by the clouds of cruel fate

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

    1 comment

    ... and posted updates of the poets condition. This note is still on the door today.

    After two days of agony, Pushkin opened his eyes and asked "life is over"? "Yes, life is over", replied one of his friends. With this the poet died on the 29th of January 1837. I don't know if it was just because they had Albioni playing on the audio guide but I admit I got a bit emotional at this point of ...