Arriving St. Petersburg

Saint Petersburg Travel Blog

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St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is often referred to as the Venice of the North or the Paris of the East, but its beauty is really a brand all its own. From the White Nights festival during the mysterious summer twilight to top theater and ballet productions and concerts on magical winter evenings, the city offers a vibrant cultural life that is second to none.

We plans to visit The Hermitage, The Winter Palace, St. Isaac Square, The Cathedral of the Resurrection and walk down Nevsky Prospekt.  Nevsky Prospekt is the most important street in the historical centre of St. Petersburg.  And will bee seted in Ice Placa Hall to support our handboll team.


anjok says:
Just came back, went there for the weekend. two days is such a small time...
Posted on: Aug 06, 2007
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