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Holidays To Saint Petersburg

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St. Petersburg is the second biggest city in Russia following its metropolis- Moscow, with the inhabitants of around 6 million people. It is one of the most stunning cities in the world. The Winter Palace is one of the most beautiful constructions in St. Petersburg you should visit. Nearly all the Romanovs beginning from Catherine the Great lived there. The palace has hundreds of rooms; most of them are State Halls the inside of which are conserved till the current days and open to tourists. The Historic Centre of Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments form a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Saint Petersburg is residence to The Hermitage, one of the biggest art museums in the world. Other emblems of Saint Petersburg consist the weather vane in the form of a tiny boat on top of the Admiralty's golden steeple and the golden angel on top of the Peter and Paul Cathedral. The Palace Bridge drawn at night is yet another emblem of the city. Book holidays to Saint Petersburg with Travel Center, offering you cheap flights, affordable accommodations and flexible booking choices. So go ahead and organise your holiday to Saint Petersburg right now!


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Time Zone

UTC +4:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Lufthansa, Vueling Airlines, Swiss Airlines, KLM



Best Time to Travel

June to September

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 107.82 RUB

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State Hermitage Museum

Mostly positioned in the splendid Winter Palace and neighboring structures, the Hermitage completely lives up to its excellent status. The huge selection (around three million artefacts, only a selection of which are on exhibit in about 360 rooms) nearly sums to a full past of Western European art.


Also famous as the Museum of Ethnology and Anthropology, the Kunstkamera is the city's initial museum and was established in 1714 by Peter himself. It is popular mainly for its gruesome selection of monstrosities, conserved ‘freaks', two-headed mutant foeti, abnormal animals and odd body parts.

Mariinsky Theatre

Playing an important role in Russian ballet ever since it was constructed in 1859 and still one of Russia's most adored and esteemed artistic organization. It’s pretty green-and-white chief structure on relevantly titled Teatralnaya pl (Theatre Sq) is a must for any tourist wanting to view one of the world's great ballet and opera platforms.

Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art

The museum splits elegantly into two sections, dispersed over five floors. On the left-hand part is the lasting selection of around 2000 works of Russian art created amid the 1950s and the current day, on the right-hand part the same amount of floors holds permanent displays and profitable galleries.

St Isaac's Cathedral

The golden vault of St Isaac's Cathedral controls the St Petersburg horizon. Its suggestively luxurious inside is open as a museum. Many people avoid the museum to ascend the 262 steps to the kolonnada (colonnade) surrounding the drum of the dome, offering brilliant city views.

Alexander Nevsky Monastery

Titled for the patron saint of St Petersburg – is the city's most historic and distinguished abbey. An active abbey that lures the most committed worshippers – a respected and sacred site – and the gravesite of some of Russia's most popular artistic people, you could roam about openly on most of the grounds.

Peter & Paul Fortress

Containing a church, an old prison and many displays, this huge protective castle on Zayachy Island is the seed from which St Petersburg evolved into the city it is today. There are sweeping sights from top of the castle walls, at the base of which rests a sandy riverside beach, a major location for sunbathing.

Church on the Spilled Blood

This five-arched eyeful is St Petersburg's most detailed church with an elegant Russian Orthodox inner and outer parts adorned with about 7000 sq m of collages. Formally known as the Church of the Resurrection of Christ, its far more noticeable informal title cites the murder attempt on Tsar Alexander II here in 1881.

Hermitage Storage Facility

Visits of the ultra-modern repair and storage facility are greatly endorsed. Not a traditional display as such, but the escorts are educated and the samples picked for exhibit (portraits, furniture and carriages) are marvellous. The main feature is the beautiful wool and silk decorated Turkish ritual tent, bestowed to Catherine the Great.

General Staff Building

The east part of this spectacular structure, cloaking around the south of Dvortsovaya pl and created by Carlo Rossi in the 1820s, weds repaired insides with modern constructions to produce a sequence of galleries exhibiting the Hermitage's astonishing selection of imitators and post-Imitators works. Modern art is here, as well, frequently in permanent demonstrations by leading artists.