Address: 136 Nevsky Prospekt 65, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation | Hotel
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Winter Palace and the Hermitage

A travel blog entry by kristin101 on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments, 24 photos

... the official residence of the Russian Monarch from 1732 to 1917. Peter the Great started construction on the first Winter Palace, apparently thinking it would be more comfortable wintering with frontage on the Baltic Sea. The palace was built and altered almost continuously between the late 1730s and 1837, when it was severely damaged by fire ...

Moscow and St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jul 15, 2014

4 comments, 17 photos

... Russian food, at reasonable prices. The other supermarkets in the vicinity of where we stayed were worth a visit just to see the wide range and choice of goods on offer.

We also enjoyed watching the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier alongside the Kremlin wall. Every hour the guards change and we saw it 3 times – as we were often in that area of the Kremlin alongside the Alexander Garden, which is a ...

Venice of the North

A travel blog entry by allanmclaren on Aug 19, 2013

50 photos

... but not very well as it was pretty noisy with a lot of light sneaking through the curtains. We were abruptly woken by the hostess at 7:00am with a breakfast that was not overly flash & hard to eat with out spilling everything in the cramped conditions.

Our hotel the Ibis was only five minutes walk from the train station & as the room ...

St Petersburg, Russia ( & some details of Mosc

A travel blog entry by robyn4215 on Jul 02, 2013

10 photos

... churches. Hope to have time tomorrow to also visit the Museum of Russian Political history, giving an insight in soviet era political and social life. Overall impression so far is this is a very pretty city , with a wealth of palaces, churches, museums, founded in 1703 by Peter the great. Many of these were damaged or destroyed in the nazi siege in WW2, but have been rebuilt. The issue is that underneath the surface of wonderful main streets of opulence and history, in ...

Day 19 St Petersburg, Russia

A travel blog entry by allanbe on Jun 07, 2013

50 photos

... Hare Island which is on the north bank of the Neva River. The fort served as the base for the city garrison and was also used as a prison for political prisoners. Although the fortress itself is rather unspectacular, the highlight of the visit was the Peter & Paul Cathedral which is the burial place of all of the Russian tzars from Peter I to Alexander III. The interior of the cathedral is quite impressive with extensive use of gilding and marble, including of course the tombs ...