Palantin Hotel

Address: Rizhskiy Ave., 4/6, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190103, Russian Federation | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the ?6 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yusupov Palace, Oranienbaum / Lomonosov Palace, Trinity Cathedral, and Egyptian Bridge.
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    More Splendor...

    A travel blog entry by suncitygaltx on Jun 14, 2015

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... and other pillars covered in molded glass. Pretty impressive!

    Don and I had signed up for an optional evening tour to have dinner with a Russian family. So when the rest of the crew went back to the ship, Kate escorted us to the apartment of Oleg and Lydia, in their Soviet style building. Two more passengers, a mother and daughter, also booked this tour. Fortunately the apartment was on the second floor of the four ...

    Day 10, St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by msleanne on Oct 21, 2014

    8 photos

    We finally made it to St. Petersburg! We docked in the super early morning hours and by the time we woke up we were already here. There are 5 Viking ships that sail exclusively in Russia and we are the last one for the season so we had to moor off of 2 other ships. It's a very interesting experience. Our day started at 10:30 when we left for the Hermitage Museum. Wow, just wow. Not only is St. Petersburg a thousand times ...

    Tour and Sarina's Arrival

    A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 02, 2014

    4 photos

    ... killed and Britain didn't honour their commitment to offer sanctuary to Czar Nicholas. Oh and Britain has twice fought on Russian soil, including the Crimea, and yet they claim Russia is the aggressor!!!! I did not say anything, but I made a point in a later conversation to say that Alex's family were from Lithuania and mine were from Poland, to make sure she realised we had no British background at all. And talk to Lithuanians and ...

    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 ...

    St. Petersburg

    A travel blog entry by guytang on Mar 05, 2014

    16 photos

    ... particularly the dome. It's a shame I didn't take any pictures, I don't really like taking pictures in religious places, feels a little disrespectful. After Kazan cathedral I went to the church of the saviour on blood. Such a gruesome name for a church but the building was nice, it looked like St. Pete's own version of the St. Basil's cathedral in red square. Lovely building. Then it was on to the main event, the Hermitage. The Hermitage museum ...