You can stroll endlessly along the district’s many canals, pop in to one of the arts and history museums or delight your tastebuds in one of the cafés, bars or restaurants located on or just off the splendid Konnogvardeysky Boulevard.
It’s hard to find a place in St. Petersburg that has not been touched in one way or another by the city’s extremely rich cultural and literary heritage. The Idiot Restaurant - situated in the historical part of St. Petersburg between St. Isaac’s Square a
Typically, a ryumochnaya is a stand-up, spit-and-sawdust kind of a place where working men wash down cheap vodka with salty snacks. This sophisticated fin-de-siècle inspired place is as far away from that kind of establishment as you ca
The Derzhavin Institute is a great place to throw yourself into the romance of Russian culture. Situated in two historical buildings (one of the 18th century, another of the 19th), the school has a beautiful setting. The classrooms are with high-ceilings
Edged by canals, and covering an area of 7.6 hectares, New Holland Island was created in the time of Peter the Great as a center for shipbuilding. Over succeeding centuries, it has served as a naval prison, been home to a naval radio station and durin
If steak is your thing, a visit to this deluxe ranchhouse, perfect for the modern sophisticated cattleman, is sure to satisfy. The rich leather upholstery, the green bankers lamps, the sepia pictures from the bygone era are nothing compared to the delici