St. Petersburg, Russia City Guide
The Winter Palace of Peter 1 is a large building with vibrant colors all around it. It also houses of the State Hermitage Museum. The State Hermitage Museum has over 3 million marvelous items in its collection.
The last historical site/museum is The Hermitage Pavilion. The pavilion is a somewhat small building in a nice lush park. The building has many dining halls and has very unique decorations. The building was built in the 1800s and still marvels people to this day.
The Academy of Fine Arts Museum features artworks from local artists, artists abroad and even art from students at the Academy of Fine Arts.
The State Russian Museum is most famous for its art that was made in the 19th century. Although those are enough to stun you, there are many other items from all different places in the world and also time periods.
Historic Sites and Museums
With the rich history that St. Petersburg has, comes many interesting museums filled with astounding artifacts and masterpieces. When you go you should make sure to go to these astonishing museums and historical sites.
Transportation and Neighborhoods
In every city there is a certain type of transportation that works the best for getting from place to place. In St. Petersburg the best way to get around is not to use your car, but instead it is to use one of many of the busses, trolleys, and even the metro. It is quick and you can find them all around town.
There are many nice neighborhoods all throughout St. Petersburg and here are just a few nice ones. Admiralteisky is a good neighborhood if you want more restaurants than hotels but it still has nice hotels like the Astoria Hotel. Smolny is a roughly small neighborhood but has many parks all throughout it. Last but not least, Nevskiy. Nevskiy is one of the biggest neighborhoods and has a lot of hotels, restaurants and even attractions.