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  • State Hermitage Museum, St.Petersburg

    State Hermitage Museum

    This world famous art museum is one of the oldest of its kind. Housing the highest number of paintings in the world, it's a must see place!

  • Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood, St.Petersburg

    Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood

    The marvellous church with golden domes has very nice mosaic interior. The church was completely restored after WWII.

  • Winter Palace, St.Petersburg

    Winter Palace

    It was the main residence of the Russian Tsars from the 1760s. An iconic symbol of St. Petersburg. It now houses the Hermitage Museum.

  • St. Isaac's Cathedral, St.Petersburg

    St. Isaac's Cathedral

    One of the most impressive buildings in St. Petersburg. The golden cupole dominates the skyline. The interior is incredible.

  • Palace Square, St.Petersburg

    Palace Square

    Visit the site where the October Revolution took place. The square with the Alexander Column is directly connected to many historical events.

  • Nevsky Avenue, St.Petersburg

    Nevsky Avenue

    The main avenue and one of the most famous streets in Russia. It is lined with beautiful buildings. The very center of this vibrant city.

  • Peter and Paul Cathedral, St.Petersburg

    Peter and Paul Cathedral

    The cathedral famous for tombs of Russian Emperors is an iconic structure dating back to the early 18th century. Check out its bell tower!

  • Peterhof, St.Petersburg


    Learn about the era of Peter the Great in the municipality with beautiful gardens as well as palaces. The city center is listed by UNESCO.

  • Bronze Horseman Monument, St.Petersburg

    Bronze Horseman Monument

    When in the city, it's a must to see this statue which inspired A. Pushkin to compose one of his poems. It portrays Peter the Great.

  • Anichkov Bridge, St.Petersburg

    Anichkov Bridge

    The most famous bridge across the Fontanka River. Admire the amazing horse sculptures in the corners. Nice view from the bridge.

  • St. Nicholas' Naval Cathedral, St.Petersburg

    St. Nicholas' Naval Cathedral

    This Baroque church is one of the city's most beautiful. It is topped with splendid white and blue spires with golden domes.

  • Mariinsky Theatre, St.Petersburg

    Mariinsky Theatre

    World-famous theater best known for its Kirov Ballet. A splendid interior and stunning performances are simply a must-see!

  • St. Petersburg Mosque, St.Petersburg

    St. Petersburg Mosque

    Early 20th-century mosque with a capacity of about 5,000 people. Make sure to check out its absolutely breath-taking interior.

  • Russian Cruiser Aurora, St.Petersburg

    Russian Cruiser Aurora

    A 1900 cruiser battled in the Russo-Japanese War. The shot fired from Cruiser Aurora marked the start of the October Revolution.

  • Catherine Palace, St.Petersburg

    Catherine Palace

    The 18th-century summer residence of Russian tsars boasts a stucco façade featuring gold. It will impress you with its length of 325 m.

  • St. Michael's Castle, St.Petersburg

    St. Michael's Castle

    The edifice used to serve as the official Emperor's resi­dence. Walk around the palace, you won't believe your eyes – each side is different.

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