Mir Hostel Nevskiy
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMir Hostel Nevskiy St. Petersburg
Staff are friendly and helpful. The location could not be better: right on Nevskii Prospekt within 5 minute walk of The Hermitage and the Neva River. Breakfast is provided but simple.
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