The Neva Panorama is a sightseeing walking route that runs along the roofs of the former fortifications of the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg (Zayachy Ostrov).
Nevsky panorama-one of the two viewing platforms in the Peter and Paul Fortress; the second-in the bell tower Peter and Paul Cathedral.
The walking route "Nevsky Panorama" has a length of 300 meters and is laid on a wooden bridge on the roof of the former fortress wall of the Peter and Paul Fortress - Nevsky Curtin (part of the fortress wall): from Gosudaryova do Naryshkin bastions.
Walking along the "Neva Panorama", you can admire the ensemble of the Peter and Paul Fortress itself from the height of the fortress wall, also see the Memorial sign on the Sovereign Bastion marking the beginning of the construction of St. Petersburg, view the Flag Tower on the Naryshkin Bastion from the outside, crowned with a 14-meter mast-flagpole with a huys-the fortress" all-day " flag.
The route offers panoramic views of the Neva River and part of the historical center of St. Petersburg, including: The Palace Embankment with the Winter Palace, the Arrow of Vasilievsky Island, Troitsky and Palace bridges, which are drawbridges, and St. Isaac's Cathedral and The Admiralty.
In addition, every day at 12: 00 hours from the bridges of the "Nevsky Panorama" you can see the ceremony of the symbolic midday shot, which is made from the Naryshkin bastion and announces the onset of half a day in St. Petersburg.
View of the Neva facades of the bastions and the fortress wall of the Peter and Paul Fortress, along which the route "Nevsky Panorama"is laid.
You can visit the Nevskaya Panorama sightseeing route on your own for a fee.
Ticket offices are located on the territory of the Peter and Paul Fortress at the Gosudarev and Naryshkin Bastions.
In the Sovereign's Bastion
In the Naryshkin Bastion
If you do not want to climb the Neva Panorama, you can see the same views of the Neva River and parts of the historical center of St. Petersburg for free from the territory of the island off the banks of the Neva River, located behind the bastions and the fortress wall. Here is the beach of Hare Island.
The cost of visiting the walking route "Nevsky Panorama" - 350 rubles, children under 7 years-free of charge.
We recommend that you check the opening hours of the Nevsky Panorama and the cost of tickets before visiting the website of the Museum of the History of St. Petersburg: spbmuseum.
The route Nevsky Panorama runs from the south-eastern to the south-central part of the Peter and Paul Fortress-near the waters of the Neva River.
The entrance to the territory of the Peter and Paul Fortress is free (free of charge).
You can also visit the Peter and Paul Fortress with one of the excursions
Nearest metro stations: "Gorkovskaya" and "Sportivnaya".
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