Prima Sport Hotel

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

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 …


A travel blog entry by allanmclaren


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It was then back to the subway & dining again at the shopping centre. On the subject of subways, St Petersburg has the deepest subways in the world & like Moscow they are like museums & art galleries.


St Petersburg, Russia ( & some details of Mosc

A travel blog entry by robyn4215


... of St Petersburg and that is in my opinion the only way to see the city. The traffic is at a standstill most of the time, and you see so much more by foot. Jeff and I used this first day as a bit of familiarisation with the city and the sights and tomorrow we will visit a few of the top sights and spend some time looking around, including the Hermitage within the Winter Palace , which was launched as Russia's first public art museum in 1852, and holds over 3 ...

Saint Petersburg

A travel blog entry by ludtjes


... bricks.
And indeed, we recognize a lot of dutchness in the city design, find it however at the same time also quite different. Russian orthodox churches are simply not the same as protestant ones. And although the city is not very Russian, but rather European, we were told, we clearly experience it as 'east'. We still remembered the Cyrillic writing, which was helpful when navigating the city with the metro.

We went with the train to ...

Vodka is not for the faint hearted.....

A travel blog entry by jegibbs


... up with world goings on! We hit the ground running and are on the bus by 8am. Ilya takes us to a shop to buy our treasures for the folks back home – a good selection at good prices. The included morning tour takes us along Nevsky Prospekt, to the church of the Spilt Blood, Isaacs Cathedral, various gardens, the statue of the bronze horsemanJ and we weave amongst the beautiful buildings that make up this city, split by ...

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