There are so many things to see and do along Saint Peterburg's river. Choose one of our many boat trips and enjoy your. Here are four places you can stay during your visit.
Saint Isaac's Cathedral
Saint Isaac's Cathedral is the largest cathedral in the city and was the largest church in Russia when it was built. It is 101,5 meters high. It took 40 years to built and opened in 1858. It is very richly decorated inside.
The Winter Palace
The Winter Palace was built between 1754 and 1762 as the winter home for the Russian tsars. It has 1786 doors and 1945 windows. This is home to the Hermitage Museum which holds one of the world's greatest collections of art.
Rostral columns appeared on Vasilevsky Island in 1810. One of them was a beacon for ships on the Small Neva , the other - pointed the way to the Big Neva river. Beacons were lit at night and in fog, and served until 1885. Rostral columns are monument naval glory of Russia.
Peter and Paul Fortress
The Peter and Paul Fortress is an old fortress and prison which was built in 1703. It contains some churches where many of Russia's tsars are buried. It is now a museum.