The Russian city of St. Petersburg is known for its numerous monuments, streets and buildings of great beauty and a great cultural and artistic offerings.
We can stroll through the Castle Square and Nevsky Avenue, where the famous Casa del Libro and the Senate Square with the statue of Peter the Great.
For the city, which we can do at night, a boat trip through the canals or the Neva to see the white nights, lifting bridges and night lighting, but only performed in the summer, since in winter the water is freezing. We can also see the bridges connecting the canals that are amazing.
One of the most coveted places is the Hermitage, the largest of the country and one of the best in the world. We can not miss the subway has a spectacular decor. The train station Vitebsk Art Nouveau is also an interesting visit and the main post, where we see a brand of 0 km and has a very nice terrace.
We must approach the Cathedral of San Pedro and San Pablo, a place where you can see the graves of the Russian tsars. Another interesting temple is the magnificent Isaac’s cathedral, distinguished by its decor and from where we can enjoy an incredible view of the city. It is also recommended to visit the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, known for its beautiful mosaics.
St. Petersburg has known in its surroundings with some of the best residences of the tsars, such as Peterhof, an amazing complex of palaces and parks like the Russian Versailles.
Visit also the Katharinenpalast in Pushkin was the summer residency of the Russian tsars and where the amber room and a beautiful park is.