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This is also one of the enormous landmarks of Russia! As I have said many times, I don't really enjoy visiting historical and cultural places...including churches! But this cathedral is different, it's grand. When you have an possibility to visit St Petersburg, spare enough time, because there are so many awesome places to see.
I know that many people hate cabbage, but I also know that they haven't tasted cabbage soup in Russia! It was my appetizer in one restaurant in St Petersburg (but I can't remember the name of it) and I really loved it! Never have tasted so delicious soup! Slurps.
One of the must-see sights in St Petersburg. The church was built with tax money from all of Russia. Hence the name. It's more fabulous on the outside than on the inside. And the queues are looong...
We took a train from Helsinki to St. Petersburg. The trip takes a few hours but is definitely one of the best train experiences I've had. The athmosphere was that of old times with curtains and white textile tablecloths in the restaurant car. And the food was proper russian food with a soup starter and a beer on the side. Happy traveling! :-) Oh btw. make sure you take the russian train Repin. The finnish train Sibelius is just a normal train with no added eastern ambience.
If visiting Saint Petersburg, you should make a day trip to Peterhof, Peter the Great's summer residence. It's a magnificent place!
I'm not so keen on history, but Hermitage museum is an enjoyable way to get to know Russian's history and cultural. There you almost forget that you are in a museum, because there are so many special things to see...over 3,000,000 items! In my opinion, the most interesting collection of the museum is The treasure Gallery, where gold and diamonds are the main points.
Like dancing? Be sure to visit @ Metroclub, 174 Ligovsky Prospekt. 3 floor dance club and lot of good-looking russian girls and international people, too! You just can't stop girls surrounding you all the time, and why would you!
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Usually I think it's a waste of time to go to the museums. I hate art and history! Hermitage really changed my mind, because words almost failed me there. Museum is huge, so you can visit only a small part of it in one day. But it was really worth seeing, because I was running out of time, and that is totally unusual for me in a MUSEUM!
The town is absolutely on of the most beautiful and amazing towns I’ve ever visited in Europe. Everything is huge. Try circus, pantomime theatre, river trip in Neva, shopping in the local market, take an unofficial taxi from Nevskii Prospekt. Live in a hotel in which all the rooms are different.
There is everything that you need to spend your time in a cultural nightlife! But everyone has to remember that those bridges in the town really open after midnight one at the time! So you have to plan earlier how to get back :)
Before you go, download the St. Petersburg In Your Pocket city guide for free from http://st_petersburg.inyourpocket.com or grab a hard copy when you are there.