see the Eremitage!
- go during winter to get the real Dr. Schiwago Feeling!
- you absolutely must take min. 1/2 day to see the extraordinary Eremitage!
- see Newsky Prospect and the very traditional Shopping passage
- go to the famous Café Singer for coffee
- visit The Cathedral of our Savior on the Spilt Blood
- go to see a ballett and combine with an excellent dinner at the Grand Hotel Europe
- stroll around the food market Kusnetschny Rynok
Grand Hotel Europe
Go for a ballet including an excellent and traditionnal dinner to this Landmark!
A cultural landmark, Belmond Grand Hotel Europe is located on Nevsky Prospekt and is surrounded by the world’s greatest cultural treasures, including the Russian Museum and Hermitage. The hotel offers 266 sumptuously appointed rooms and suites and convey an elegance unseen since the days of the Tsars.
The terrassa is a panoramic view restaurant located on the rooftop of one of the city center’s tallest buildings. The city’s main landmarks – Nevskiy Prospekt and the Kazanskiy Cathedral – could be observed here whilst having a meal. The terrassa’s menu caters to all tastes. It includes dishes of American, French, Italian, Thai, Chinese, Japanese cuisines and delicious French Desserts.
and get the best crablegs ever.....!
More Yachts & Seafood
romantic Riverside Restaurant serving excellent seafood
Hotel Radisson Royal
Know the city as the locals know it by staying at the very center of St. Petersburg. The Radisson Royal Hotel, perfectly located on Nevsky prospect, is only a short distance from all major
cultural and historical world famed attractions, including the Hermitage, and offers one of the finest facilities for an enjoyable city stay. With its close proximity to the shopping and
business areas, the hotel is also conveniently located within a 5-minute walking distance from metro stations.
Dating back to the 18th century, the building housing the Radisson Royal Hotel has a colorful history. The interior of the building was completely reconstructed in 2001, and the original façade has been restored to its former glory while retaining original features, many of which are almost 300 years old.