Hotel Polikoff

Address: Nevskiy Ave., 64/11, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Anichkov Bridge, Gostiny Dvor, Monument to Catherine the Great, and Vladimir Nabokov Museum.
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        The Magnificent Hermitage & Catherine's Palace

        A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Sep 13, 2015

        1 comment, 17 photos

        ... had used the palace as their headquarters during the war and virtually destroyed it when they left. What we were now touring has been rebuilt. Luckily the paintings and furnishings had been mostly saved. Once again we saw that " it is good to be king (or queen, in this case)". The palace is large and elegant.

        Because we were visiting the palace after hours for a special event we were given special privileges like being able to take ...

        Day 10 of tour. 6-6-15

        A travel blog entry by wazzyol on Jun 06, 2015

        14 photos

        ... during the war. Too many dam tourists there though!

        We arrived back in St Petersburg to head off to the ballet to watch Swan Lake. The two parts I liked most was the intermission where we drank champagne and the final curtain. The only way I got through the 2hr 15 min performance was smirking as I thought of Disneyland's Fantasia. Anyway, I now consider myself cultured.


        Touring Saint Petersburg

        A travel blog entry by pruzka on May 25, 2015

        16 photos

        ... may get close.Its also set in 120 hectares of garden. Occupied and plundered and finally in an attempt to destroy it completely, set on fire by the Nazis during the war restoration started immediately after the war and was done mainly by women. As helen pointed out there weren't many men left! Pieces were collected after the fire and painstakingly copied; parquet floors, tiled ovens, chandeliers, painted ceilings, silk wallcoverings, and gold gold and more gold everywhere...check out ...

        Welcome to Russua

        A travel blog entry by adventureornone on Oct 09, 2014

        ... fortress there was a museum on the history of St. Petersburg up till 1917 when the revolution lead by Stalin took place. It detailed the history from early man through the ages where the cozily satin developed and grew. It was interesting even though most of the information was in Russian. At the beginning of each room a short synopsis of what the room was about was in English. There were clothes of different times, tools and utensils, everyday life stuff. St. Petersburg was a ...

        Palaces of the Romanovs, Faberge Eggs and Sable!

        A travel blog entry by colerumbough on Jul 29, 2014

        ... by Amsterdam and Venice, canals, maritime ports and the shipping industry. He literally brought over architects, artisans, sculptors, painters, and technicians from France, Italy and England to build St Petersburg and all of its churches, palaces, and canals.

        I had to wake up very early on my second day in Russia—4:30 am, to catch a 5-hour train to Moscow. I planned on sleeping on the train ride but I ended up engrossed in fascination conversation with the ...