If you’re looking to spend the day out in the nature, this is where the trains to the seaside towns and villages such as Zelenogorsk, Sestroretsk, Repino, Komarovo and further north into Karelia depart from. Though perhaps not as bustling as the other parts of St. Petersburg, you’ll still find plenty of cafes and restaurants for any taste and budget.
Finlyandsky station station was the only one which functioned at the time of blockade, the Road of Life started here. Also it is famous for having been the location where Vladimir Lenin returned to Russia from exile in Switzerland on 3 April 1917. The tr
This was the first restaurant to offer authentic Greek and Serbian food in a refined atmosphere and with quite a view. Apart from finding on the menu everything you’d expect of a true Greek tavern (think dips, dolmadakia, feta, salads, olives, saganaki,