Prima Sport Hotel

Address: prospekt Dobrolubova 14, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 195002, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

From Russia With Love

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 16, 2014

108 photos

... is a Communist backwater. They're doing very well here and it would put most American city centers to shame. They like to dress up here, especially the women, who wear heels and dresses as a regular outfit. A man we met later from England said they may not own anything else, but image is everything to them.

Our first tourist stop, was the Church of the Spilled Blood, named after Czar Alexander (the 2nd maybe?) who was assassinated on the spot ...

The Day I Got Pickpocketed

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 13, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... gypsies took it. After I got the camera back I realized that the friend was probably the guy that took my camera from my bag in the first place. While green t-shirt was distracting me with his postcards and arm-grabbing, his friend was reaching in my bag and taking my camera. I can’t believe they were able to do it so easily. I sometimes have trouble getting the camera out of my shoulder bag myself, but they managed to do it without me ...

Russian Christmas

A travel blog entry by lishinlondon on Dec 22, 2013

145 photos

... were taken to a pancake factory in a mall for breakfast before heading out sightseeing. Our first stop was Lenin's tomb. It was really scary how well preserved his body, goatee and all was, it looked waxy and small but apparently the size is due to the body shrinking in death, they even strategically place mirrors to make him look bigger.

Next up came the Red Square and St Basils cathedral. We had seen other churches in St Petersburg that were probably more grand or more ...

From Russia with love

A travel blog entry by kev_erin on Sep 06, 2013

2 comments, 20 photos

... continued past most monuments near to where we stayed but our tour guide pointed out to us some damages from World War Two, when Germany had taken over St. Petersburg for most of the war. It's strange because being from Australia you assume that because Russia wasn't on "the allies" side in World War Two that they must have been on Germany's side when in fact this wasn't the case. It seems nobody was friends with Germany during World War Two. Most of St Petersburg's ...

Yusupov Palace and the Russian Folklore Show

A travel blog entry by karenshaver on Aug 15, 2013

4 photos

... Czars and were very important in society. The palace was modest in size compared to the royal palaces but no less grand. It also had a surprising homey feel! ( for a home that happens to include a private theatre that seats a mere 150 people). It was the home where the conspirators murdered Rasputin and they have a couple of wax figures in the basement that are Rasputin and the Yusupov son who did the deed. We had some free time so a couple of us decided to remain in the area to ...