St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg, Russian Federation

Hotels in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Accommodations (179)
Belmond Grand Hotel Europe St. Petersburg

Belmond Grand Hotel Europe St. Petersburg

4.50 1119 reviews

Nevskiy Ave., Mikhailovskaya St., 1/7, St. Petersburg, Russia

Park Inn Pulkovskaya St. Petersburg

Park Inn Pulkovskaya St. Petersburg

3.50 899 reviews

Pobedy Sq., 1, St. Petersburg, Russia

Original Sokos Hotel Olympia Garden St. Petersburg

Original Sokos Hotel Olympia Garden St. Petersburg

4.00 441 reviews

Bataiskiy Lane, 3A, St. Petersburg, Russia

Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota St. Petersburg

Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota St. Petersburg

4.00 1007 reviews

Moskovskiy Ave., 97A, St. Petersburg, Russia

Travel Blogs from St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Travel Blogs (2,090)
Aboard the Sapsan: From Moscow to St Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

Aboard the Sapsan: From Moscow to St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy

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... was still nerve wracking. The consequences of not having our Armenian visas were dire. We would be totally stranded in St Petersburg without Armenian or Russian visas (note: our Russian visas expired the very day after we were due to depart. Despite our ...

State Hermitage Museum & Adventures in St Petes, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation travel blog

State Hermitage Museum & Adventures in St Petes

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... we had corresponded for quite some time, we had not met Asif in person and it was just a pity that our travels to St Petersburg did not coincide with his trip there just three weeks before (refer Asif's blog: ...

The magnificent Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia travel blog

The magnificent Hermitage

A travel blog entry by danly

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... which I hope you all enjoy! After wandering the Hermitage for hours we were hungry and stumbled on a Russian franchise we'd spotted all around Moscow and St Petersburg. It’s called Teremok which is a modern Russian food outlet. They mainly do greasy ...

A Walk With Nadya: Absorbing St Petersburg, St Petersburg, Russia travel blog

A Walk With Nadya: Absorbing St Petersburg

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... park like surrounds on the busy Isaakievskiy Square. Widely regarded as one of the most impressive landmarks of St Petersburg, it is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in the city and the largest Orthodox basilica in the world. The cathedral was ...

Attractions in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg Attractions (143)
State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace

State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace

5.00

34 Dvortsovaya Naberezhnaya St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation

One of the most famous art museums in the world, this museum is housed in the Winter Palace, and contains over 2.7 million exhibits including some of the world's greatest works of art.

Peterhof Palace and Garden (Petrodvorets)

Peterhof Palace and Garden (Petrodvorets)

4.50

, Peterhof St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation

Once a formal garden built for Peter the Great, this popular park still has more than 80 of the original marble statues and sculptures and houses Peter's Summer Palace, a simply designed two-story building that now displays many of the ruler's own artifacts.

Yusupov Palace

Yusupov Palace

4.50

94 nab reki Moiki St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation

The horrific murder of Rasputin, the notorious "mad monk," took place in this stately palace, which offers guided tours of the scene of the crime.

Catherine Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo

Catherine Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo

4.50

7, Sadovaya Str., Pushkin St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, Russian Federation

Filled with 18th-century paintings and ornate rooms, this white and gold palace is surrounded by a 1400-acre park complete with fountains, bridges, the Agate Pavilion bathhouse and the Great Pond. The Palace also has a famous Amber Room, stolen by Nazi troops during WWII, but now recreated by Russian craftsmen.