Lyra Hotel

Address: Dnepropetrovskaya St., 57A, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 192007, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Lyra Hotel St. Petersburg

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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

3rd Stop- St. Petersburg, Russia

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 12, 2014

32 photos

... all of the Romanov’s after learning about them and visiting a couple of their palaces. While not the most ornately decorated cathedral it was still very impressive inside with an alter that was certainly suitable for the Tsars and Tsarinas buried there.

After the cathedral we headed across town and had the chance to make an unplanned stop at what is often considered the most beautiful church in St. Petersburg, the Church on Spilled ...

Running out of Superlatives

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 07, 2014

65 photos

... We were the second bus in the carpark at Peterhof and were able to go straight into the Palace and did the tour of the rooms with the place almost empty – what a difference it makes when you’re not shuffling along in a mass of people. The interior of the palace is beautiful but incredibly ornate and almost over the top with lots of the room done in the Russian baroque style. The palace was almost destroyed in World War 2 and it’s been ...

Russia at last

A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 27, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... rooms in each building. I never knew when we left one building for another. We just followed. We were shown the pieces deemed important. The guide is extremely knowledgable, but so much goes in it is hard to recall details. If we stopped to admire something not on the agenda we told it was not famous.There were Rembrandts and a Michelangelo. They were very small works, but lines formed to see each one. We moved about with other groups and individuals. There was little ...

Saint Peterburg, RUSSIA

A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 24, 2013

24 photos

... that first spotted on. Later on two were running across the paths and being close enough that we could take great photos. Yay for squirrel watching.

I am happy to report that we arrived back in Saint Petersburg after a much easier voyage than our initial one and were soon on the hunt for dinner. A very Russian food is a pancake or crepe called a Blini and this is apparently their fast food meal option. Pancakes for dinner sounds great to me so we ...


A travel blog entry by kerryb on Jul 31, 2013

10 photos

... so far. There is a Russian name for the ship and AmaWaterways assign it the name AmaKatrina. When we transferred from our hotel to the ship we could not find the AmaKaterina as it is known to other ships and ports and is listed under it sailing schedule as a completely different ship name. We also went to a lecture on Russian Tea that was held by our Cruise Director Inna. It was quite entertaining, but not particularly ...