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As well as the Hermitage with its baroque and rococo styles, and Voltaire’s library which was bought out by the educated Catherine, the Kunstcamera museum is a must for visitors to St Petersburg. After looking at two-headed dogs and embryos preserved in alcohol, visit the monument of Peter the Great which is surrounded by a fence of champagne bottles. No matter how many times the place is cleared, newlyweds still hang their “trophies” on the fence.

Palace Square is at its best at night, whereas the interiors of Saint Isaac’s and Kazan Cathedrals look better in daylight when rays of light play on the mosaics and paintings. However, the best mosaic collection is in the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood.
For a true feeling of the city, make sure you go and see a ballet in Mariinsky Theatre, watch the bridges raise, take a stroll along Nevsky Prospect, and don’t forget to go into backstreets, as in Venice. There is a reason why the city is called the “Venice of the North”.

See all our tours to St Petersburg with G Adventure and experience the magic of the city yourself.

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FOUR SEASONS HOTEL ST. PETERSBURG

Within a 19th-century Russian royal palace, its entry guarded by two marble lions, Four Seasons reveals a restored luxury hotel treasure in the historic Admiralteysky district – just two blocks from the Hermitage Museum and close to Nevsky Prospekt and the Mariinsky Theatre.

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DINING

With three St. Petersburg fine-dining venues, Four Seasons promises the city’s most fashionable restaurant destinations for drinks and exquisite dining in style, inviting international travellers to mingle with the local Russian elite

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