The Lion Bridge is one of the most beautiful, visited and photographed bridges in St. Petersburg.
The bridge is completely pedestrian and decorated with sculptures of large white lions.
Vorontsov Palace is a former palace with a chapel in the historical center of St. Petersburg, distinguished by the Baroque style.
Derzhavin's Estate Museum is a complex in St. Petersburg, where G.R. Derzhavin lived.
The estate includes Derzhavin's mansion with a home theater, a greenhouse, a garden and a hotel.
The Krasin icebreaker is a historical Arctic icebreaker, which is now a museum ship with an exposition located in St. Petersburg.
The memorial sign "Triumph of the Russian Fleet" is a stele with a large-scale mosaic panel in Kronstadt, symbolizing the revival of the tradition of holding the main Naval parade on the Kronstadt raid.
The Makarov Monument is a monument in honor of Vice Admiral S.O. Makarov, located in Kronstadt.
The monument is placed on a granite rock with bas-reliefs showing episodes from the life of Makarov.
The Naval Cathedral is the main naval temple of Russia.
A small exhibition is open in the cathedral hall. You can go to the second tier and visit the bell tower of the cathedral.
The house of Peter I is a wooden house, which is the former royal mansions and the first building of St. Petersburg.
Today it is a museum where artifacts of the Peter the Great era and authentic things of Peter the Great are presented.
Shaaken Dorf is a private cheese factory in the village of Nekrasovo, Kaliningrad region.
The cheese factory specializes in the production of cheese, there is also handmade chocolate and sweets. You can visit a tasting tour.
Shaaken Castle is a former order castle in the Kaliningrad region.
Now it is a museum with expositions, a tavern and entertainment on the territory, where various events are also held.
The article contains a selection of the best hotels in the center of St. Petersburg, including according to the estimates of vacationers.
All hotels are located in the city center - near the main attractions of St. Petersburg.
There are many ways to get to St. Petersburg from the cities of Russia and abroad: by plane, train, buses, by car or taxi, as well as by water on cruise liners.
The distance from Moscow to St. Petersburg is about 700 kilometers, which can be overcome quickly and comfortably in 1 hour 30 minutes by plane or 3 hours 40 minutes by high-speed train.