Neva Panorama and Foundation Stone

  Petropavlovskaya krepost 3      (+7) 812 230 64 31     more than a year ago
This is a walking route along the top of the fortress wall from Naryshkin to Gosudarev Bastion, which opens gorgeous panoramic views of the other Bank of the Neva river and historical centre of St. Petersburg. Here you can view the magnificent facades of St. Petersburg and the palace embankment, including the Hermitage Museum, Marble Palace, spit of Vasilevsky Island, the Admiralty, the Dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral and the bridges of St. Petersburg. The pathway is made of wood and goes on for 300 metres, fenced on both sides with handrails, and in the very same position it was in during the time of Peter the Great while the fortress still operated as a fortress, and from here you can also view the foundation stone, which symbolises the moment when Peter the Great laid down and crossed two pieces of turf, and declared that here will be placed his city.


City centre location




Open 10:00 - 19:30.

Price/Additional Info

Admission 250 - 300Rbl.


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