Prima Sport Hotel

prospekt Dobrolubova 14, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 195002, Russian Federation | Hotel
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From Russia (St Petersburg) with Love

A travel blog entry by natgordon


Hello from St Petersburg St Petersburg is lovely, but unless you're careful a hell of a rip-off!! Got here on Friday, strolled though passport control without problem.....since then we've managed a few calamities!!!!! Spent 90 minutes finding our hotel as it had no signposts!!!! Best we can say is it's a bed for the has no windows …

"Venice of the East" to the "Venice of the North"

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... sunlight outside as our itinerary for the next few days doesn't seem to leave much time for frivolities like sleeping.

Later: Went around the corner to a restaurant recommended by an app I downloaded. It was down in a cellar, and very quiet which suited us well. We had a lovely young waiter who spoke a bit of English and was able to suggest some things off the menu - we ended up with Beef Stroganoff (served with a nice ratatouille) and Chicken ...

The Iron curtain is fimly in place....

A travel blog entry by wilbertine42


... Church of the spilt blood and the hermitage. As I walked down to the river it became clear just how cold the city was. The whole river was frozen and it was possible to walk from one side to the other, although I didn't do it. I eventually found the Zoom cafe and had some dinner. It was a really nice place and was recommended by numerous different people.

That night I helped some of the guys form the hostel move into their new apartment. Apparently getting a ...

Saint Petersburg

A travel blog entry by ludtjes


... rivers and canals criss crossing through the old (well not that old, nothing medieval to be seen there) town. There even is a part called Nova Gollandia, an old navy base with old brick warehouses along the canals.

Highlights were the very 'Russian' church of our Savior on spilled Blood. Built to commemorate the murder of one of the Tsars, it should look very Russian, and is thus quite unique in the not so Russian city; the interior and the view ...

Tour Day 7: Catherine Palace and Yussopov Palace

A travel blog entry by jeremymoss


Catherine Palace is a huge complex in Pushkin, a little way out of St Petersburg. Of course, a lot of its surfaces are covered in gold leaf. It has a beautiful room, the Illuminated Hall, which has mirrors on the walls and hundreds of candles (now replaced by light bulbs of course). Elton John once played a concert there. After Catherine Palace, we visited Yusopov Palace in the St Petersburg centre. This was bought by the Yusupov ...

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