Empire Park Hotel

Address: Akademika Lebedeva St., 10G, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 195009, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Empire Park Hotel St. Petersburg

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    Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

    The second half of St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by travelnewz on Aug 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... with all sorts of tour groups the staff were very efficient. On our way out to the palace and back to the hotel we got a better perspective of growth in the city. There are construction cranes in clusters often 5 to 6 at a time building new apartments and saw lots of examples of new ones that were recently built. Yes there were some old style ones built in the older Soviet times but none that we saw were in that bad condition. One gets the impression of a city that ...

    To Russia with Love

    A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai on Jun 29, 2015

    10 photos

    ... how often I think I've seen it all then I'm blown away all over again! I walk into a memorial church (Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood) for Emporer Alexander II who was fatally wounded on the site where the church was built. As I enter the "church" I'm instantly blown away by the vibrancy of colour. Over 7000 square meters of mosaics! That's right, seven thousand mini tiles no bigger than a centimetre. Stories of the bible cover the walls, I ...

    Saint Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by lurk on Jun 26, 2015

    ... to Nicholas I, from the blue bridge across the Moyka, at 100 metres the widest bridge in St Petersburg. There were hundreds of tourists (and their attendant coaches blocking all possibility of a good photograph of the church) but, once inside, it was enough to just admire the interior. The painted dome was surrounded with huge gold statues, the chandeliers were magnificent and the amazing icon screen had the central door open to show the red robed image of Christ beyond. Next stop ...

    Study Trip in St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by jacqueline-k on Oct 15, 2014

    50 photos

    ... Russia through my own eyes and not just with the stereotypes known for Russia and its citizens. I went there with some prejudices but also with an open mind and could get rid of some of the prejudices, while others stayed.

    In some situations this study trip put me outside my comfort zone and I grew from experiences such as being lost in a subway system in a country where I can neither read nor speak the language.

    Most of my learning goals were achieved and I ...

    City of the White Nights

    A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 02, 2014

    31 photos

    ... Interestingly, despite the church’s very obviously Russian aspect, its principle architect, A. Parland, was not even Russian by birth.

    The church was closed for services in the 1930s, when the Bolsheviks went on an offensive against religion and destroyed churches all over the country. It remained closed and under restoration for over 30 years and was finally re-opened in 1997 in all its dazzling former glory. The view of the church from Nevsky Prospekt is absolutely ...