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Moskovsky Prospekt 97V • St.Petersburg, 196084 • Russia
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Top Attraction

Hermitage & the Palace Square


The best place to get acquainted with St. Petersburg is the elegant Palace Square. Its scale alone can hardly fail to impress. The Winter Palace, the main building on the square, is home to the Hermitage, the best reason to come to Saint-Petersburg. Renowned as one of the world's leading picture galleries, it also served as a residence of the Russian Imperial family, and now hosts some of the greatest old Western master paintings in the world.

  • distance 5.3 KM/3.9MI
    4 metro stops + 15 minutes walk

Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood


The Church was built on the spot where on 1 March 1881 Tsar Alexander II was assasinated. Almost 7000 sq.m of colourful mosaics and elaborate stone carving are the main features of the church's exterior, which emulates traditional 17th-century Russian style. Inside, more than 20 types of minerals, including jasper, rhodonite, porphyry and Italian marble are lavished on the mosaics of the iconostasis, icon cases, canopy and floor.

  • distance 5.5 KM/4MI
    4 metro stops + 3 minutes walk

Russian Museum


The Museum is housed in the Mikhaylovsky Palace, one of finest Neo-Classical creations built in 1825. The Museum hold one of the world's greatest collections of Russian Art.

  • distance 5.5 KM/4MI
    4 metro stops + 3 minutes walk

St. IsaacТs Cathedral


The magnificent golden Dome of the Cathedral is visible all across the city. 100 kg (220 lb) of gold leaf were needed to cover the dome's surface. It's one of the world's largest cathedrals opened in 1858. It's filled with hundreds of impressive 19th-century works of art. From the Dome there are panoramic views over the city which include the Admiralty and the Hermitage.

  • distance 5.1 KM/3.7MI
    4 metro stops + 15 minutes walk

Mariinsky Theatre


The Mariinskiy is better known for its ballet company and the name of it's Art Director Valeriy Gergiev, it is also one of the country's leading opera houses. Neo-Renaissance facade, the pale blue and gold auditorium, where so many world famous dancers have made their debut, creates a dazzling impression. Its architectural decoration of twisted columns, atlantes, cherubs and cameo medallions, emperial eagles in the Royal box has remained unchanged since the theatre completion in 1896

  • distance 4.7 KM/3.3MI
    15 minutes drive by taxi