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Trezzini Palace Hotel
Trezzini Palace Hotel - dream vacation

University Embankment 21, St Petersburg

Martin Hotel
Martin Hotel - dream vacation

12 Marata Street, St Petersburg

Station Hotel G73
Station Hotel G73 - dream vacation

Gorokhovaya Street, 73, St Petersburg

Roses Hotel
Roses Hotel - dream vacation

Vosstaniya Street 13-4, St Petersburg

Broadsky Hostel
Broadsky Hostel - dream vacation

Rubinshteyna Street 15/17, St Petersburg

Adagio B&B on Zhukovskogo
Adagio B&B on Zhukovskogo - dream vacation

Ulitsa Zhukovskogo street 41, St Petersburg

Angleterre Hotel
Angleterre Hotel - dream vacation

St Isaac\'s Square, Malaya Morskaya Street 24, St Petersburg

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. F.C. Cincinnati

Thursday 6th of July 2017 08:00PM to 04:00PM at Al Lang Stadium

City Pub Crawl Saint Petersburg

Friday 23rd of June 2017 08:30PM to 12:30AM at Central St. Petersburg

Every Friday and Saturday. City Pub Crawl - Sain Petersburg - it is a bar party-tour for visitors and residents of Moscow. Guided by expert of pub crawling, participants move from one bar to another, get to know each other, play funny games and contests, get bonuses and cocktails in bars. Every time we plan our route in order to visit the most exciting events: parties, concerts or dancing on the bar! Things included in the price: - Show programm - 4 Welcome drinks - 4 Bars - English-speaking guide - Games, contests, prizes - Photo More info: https://www.facebook.com/Citypubcrawl https://www.citypubcrawl.ru Phone: +7-926-663-10-30

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Charleston Battery

Saturday 22nd of July 2017 07:30PM to 04:00PM at Al Lang Stadium

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. New York Red Bulls II

Wednesday 4th of October 2017 07:30PM to 04:00PM at Al Lang Stadium

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Charlotte Independence

Saturday 23rd of September 2017 07:30PM to 04:00PM at Al Lang Stadium

Tampa Bay Rowdies vs. Bethlehem Steel F.C.

Saturday 30th of September 2017 07:30PM to 04:00PM at Al Lang Stadium


Saturday 1st of July 2017 11:00PM to 04:00PM at Dot Interloft

Line-up /

Nick Muir, Guy Mantzur, Jon Rundell, Denis A, Dao Dar, Denis Shubin, Munt Berry, Alexey Pankov

Kolford - Meduza

Saturday 24th of June 2017 11:00PM to 04:00PM at Dot Interloft

2017 FIFA Confederations Cup: New Zealand vs. Portugal

Saturday 24th of June 2017 06:00PM to 04:00PM at Krestovsky/Saint Petersburg Stadium (Zenit Arena)

Nabucco - Mariinsky Theatre

Sunday 25th of June 2017 08:00PM to 04:00PM at Mariinsky II (New Stage)

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St Petersburg is the birthplace of a number of legendary Russian groups, from the New Wave Kino to the Bob Dylan-inspired Akvarium, and there are a number of clubs where you can check out the next generation of stars. The city also has a growing number of bars and nightclubs.

Fish Fabrique

The grandfather of St Petersburg’s underground clubs, Fish Fabrique continues to attract the city’s hipsters with its unpretentious mix of cheap drinks and good music.

best places to go out in St PetersburgFish Fabrique continues to attract the city’s hipsters with its unpretentious mix of cheap drinks and good music

Address: Ligovsky Prospeky 53 (Metro: Ploshchad Vosstaniya) Contact: 00 7 812 164 4857; fishfabrique.ru Opening times: daily, 3pm-6am. Concerts Tue-Sat, 11pm


Dance club in a renovated Soviet-era bunker, gigs in an above-ground café… Griboedov is one of St Petersburg’s oldest and best nightclubs.

Address: Voronezhskaya Ulitsa 2A (Metro: Ligovsky Prospekt) Contact: 00 7 812 764 4355; griboedovclub.ru Opening times: daily, 5pm-6am

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Two suggestions for an ideal day out in St Petersburg – whether you are new to the city or know it well.



Start the day bright and early with a visit to the Hermitage museum (00 7 812 710 9079; hermitagemuseum.org; tickets R400/£4). With masterpieces by artists including Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Picasso, Renoir and Matisse, it is one of the greatest – and most daunting – museums in the world. Queues are usually lengthy, but not outrageously so; allow 30 minutes or thereabouts to buy your ticket. Don’t try to do too much on a first visit; after two or three hours, you will be overwhelmed. Before you leave, be sure to check out the souvenir shop, which has a great stock of prints and posters.


Stroll across the vast expanse of Palace Square – the setting for such significant events in Russian history as the 1905 Bloody Sunday massacre and the 1917 October (Bolshevik) Revolution – to Nevsky Prospekt. From here, it’s a five-minute walk to the Church of the Saviour on Spilt Blood and its otherworldly onion domes. Then make your way to the other end of Nevsky for lunch in the sumptuous surroundings of the Palkin restaurant (Nevsky Prospekt 47; 007 812 703 5372; palkin.ru). A two-course meal costs about R3000 (£30) a head – but it’s a great institution, and serves high-quality, traditional Russian food, from beetroot soup (better than it sounds) to sturgeon and pancakes. If it’s too early for alcohol, order some of the local kvass, a fermented soft drink made from rye bread.

529798007See the beautifully designed interior of the Church of the Saviour on Spilt BloodCredit:Wendy Rauw


After lunch, spend the rest of the afternoon people watching on Nevsky Prospekt. You can explore its many churches and monuments, but if you feel like a break from all the culture, pop into the Gostinny Dvor shopping centre, where you will find clothes, food and more souvenir shops.


Head to the Mariinsky Theatre to catch some ballet or opera. You can get a ticket (from R800/£8) in one of Nevsky Prospket’s many ticket outlets, but best to do so at least a day or so in advance. After the show, round off the day with a drink in one of the nearby bars or head back to Nevsky Prospekt for a meal in the Literary Café (R2500/ £25 dinner) Nevsky Prospekt, 18; 00 7 812 312 6057.

The best hotels in St Petersburg

Where to go

No trip to St Petersburg is complete without a visit to the world famous Hermitage museum, which contains masterpieces by Leonardo da Vinci, Picasso and Rembrandt. A big art city, St Petersburg also boasts the splendid Russian Museum, which displays homegrown talents. Aside from art, St Petersburg is also full of fantastic architecture, from the psychedelic domes of the Church on Spilled Blood to the imposing façade of St Isaac’s Cathedral. If you get bored of art and architecture, take a walk down bustling Nevsky Prospekt, a sight in its own right.

Know before you go

All western visitors to Russia need a visa. Real Russia (020 7100 7370; realrussia.co.uk) offers a quick and easy service.

St Petersburg overviewA big art city, St Petersburg also boasts the splendid Russian Museum, which displays homegrown talents

British Consulate: (00 7 812 320 3200; ukinrussia.fco.gov.uk/en), Ploshchad Proletarskoy Diktatury 5 Emergency numbers: dial 01 (fire), 02 (police), 03 (ambulance) – though English is not generally spoken

The basics

Currency: Rouble Telephone code: dial 00 7 812 for St Petersburg numbers from abroad. To make international calls from a fixed phone line in St Petersburg, dial 8, wait for the dial tone, then 10, then the country code, city code and number Time difference: +3 hours (which means +3 from UK in winter, but plus +2 in summer) Flight time: London to St Petersburg is four-and-a-half hours

Local laws and etiquette

Although things have improved greatly, Russian police are still notorious for shaking down foreigners for “paperwork infringements.” Carry your documents with you at all times.

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