Neva Hotel St. Petersburg

17 Chaykovskogo Ulitsa, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

The Allegro to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by suetrevsal


... the office, down the embankment and onto the boat moored adjacent to the wharf then through that boat and onto our boat which was moored alongside.

Our driver had certainly gone above and beyond the call of duty in making sure he delivered us safely to the boat. This man deserved a medal however as we didn’t have one handy - we rewarded him handsomely with euros instead. So, our first introduction to Russia and its people was a very positive one indeed. ...

A glimpse of Russia

A travel blog entry by peterandjane


... which is sometimes used for rock concerts. The Senate building is also within the grounds. We left the Kremlin and dashed back to get our packs before catching an early afternoon train to St Petersburg. We have found this city to be quite different to Moscow - not so hectic, and with many graceful older buildings.

Peter the Great created St Petersburg as his capital, starting ...

Through the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by paulcunningham


... their boss. Thankfully he got through, as they have a record of detaining people for a chat.

We reckon he's a spy.

Lots to see in St Petersburg, there are many old churches, stored from the Communist era and some rebuilt completely. They were in active use. I liked the story about 'The Church of the Spilled Blood'. It was used as a vegetable store by the communists, and referred to as 'The Church of the Spilled Potatoes'.

The Border Crossing & Wonders of St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by pverco


... of the year. Starting from around the last week of May through to mid-July, there is no darkness, hence the name. This would be really weird to experience. Apparently not even Moscow experiences this. They usually get dark around 12 midnight to 12:30am up to around 2 am. On the other hand in the middle of winter St. Petersburg gets light about 9:30 to 10am and once again gets dark around 3pm. That would be depressing!!!

In the morning ...

Watch out for pickpockets

A travel blog entry by mrsv14


... up which he did, but that only resulted in more sarcasm from the woman behind. It was as if she was the only person who mattered on the whole trip and every so often she’d make a comment that would make me want to turn round and ask her just who she thought she was (I didn’t but boy did I want to).

Dean and I didn’t take to Russia on this trip. That might have been partly because we were being herded around on and off the ...


This hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Blockade of Leningrad Museum, Admiralty (Admiralteystvo), Transfiguration Cathedral, and Applied Art Museum.
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