Grand Mark

Address: Galernaya St., 12, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190000, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Mark St. Petersburg

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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          Second Day in St. Petersburg

          A travel blog entry by wendler on Aug 03, 2014

          18 photos

          ... Putin's version looks more like a huge palace! surrounded by high fences for miles! its officially owned by the state but was built for and by Putin. mmmmm, looks more like a dictators palace. kind of scary!! he is from St. Petersburg. Then on to Peterhof. Built in early 1700's by Peter the Great. and then added on to by his daughter, Elizabeth. Amazing views over the gulf of Finland, about 20 miles outside of St. P. Palace was OVER THE TOP! The use of gold ...

          Struck by the clouds of cruel fate

          A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 04, 2013

          1 comment

          ... were rebuffed by Natalya, Pushkin received an anonymous letter informing him of being awarded membership in the "ancient order of cuckolds". This slight to his honour couldn't go unanswered so Pushkin challenged D'Anthès to a duel. On a cold January day in 1837, the two met with pistols drawn. His friends late recalled that Pushkin reached the firing line first, but D'Anthès fired early and hit ...

          Like Paris... but more grand

          A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jun 29, 2013

          1 comment, 53 photos

          ... br>
          Luckily the weather was lovely and we completed the walking tour which took us into a lovely working church, over a famous bridge with gilded griffins and into St Isaac’s cathedral which was just as impressive as the Church of the Spilled Blood. Once again the cathedral had to be restored after the Soviet regime destroyed bits of it, apparently it took 24 years to build and 27 years to restore. We were also able to climb the cathedral and see St Petersburg ...

          Days 20 to 22: St Petersburg

          A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Aug 20, 2012

          46 photos

          ... got an earful of angry Russian from a furious little old lady who worked there.

          Which brings us to our next point. Old ladies are a force of nature in Russia, they do not have to queue, they do not have to stand when a chair is present (occupied or not), they do not have to wait for anything. If you are sitting in the aforementioned seat, or object in any way to this little old woman barging her way to the front of the ticket office line, then you will be set straight, ...

          A bit Petersburg Tong... Part 2

          A travel blog entry by gdarmo on Jul 07, 2012

          2 comments, 36 photos

          ... everything else goes to rack and ruin...

          After some photos of the river, and the grand palace square, I went into the Hermitage courtyard to queue. It was 400 roubles to get in, but an extra 200 to take a camera. (600r = £12), so straight away I knew where this was going... the tourist trap here was in full effect, making you pay through the nose for the slightest advantage or luxury - It reminded me of Ryanair's pricing policy.. Audio tours 700r + 2800r or ...