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For those of you out of the loop, back in July, the Russian President announced that a new e-visa program would be implemented for tourists traveling to St. Petersburg.
Find out why The Hermitage Museum is the top destination in St. Petersburg and what you can expect to see there. Below, we outline the history of the museum,
Applying for a Russian visa is a notoriously inconvenient and expensive process, with no guarantee that you will be granted a visa. Further, tourists are often required to show
If you are coming to St. Petersburg by cruise ship, check out our ranking of the Top Ten Best Things to Do in St.Petersburg and find an answer for what to see and do in this beautiful city.
St. Petersburg is a unique city — European, Russian, Soviet, and Asian influences have shaped its architectural styles. And it is fantastically beautiful — it boasts hundreds of shining spires, monumental cathedrals, grand palaces, gilded domes, and endless canals….
What is Pavlovsk Palace?
Pavlovsk is the name of the summer palace, as well as the name of the town where the palace is located. Pavlovsk
Church on the Spilled Blood is the most magnificent cathedrals in St. Petersburg, and definitely is the most memorable. See for yourself why this cathedral is called the ‘Jewel’
Kokoshnik is the most important and beautiful part of Russian National dress. Historically, a kokoshnik is a headdress worn by married women. This kind of head garment was extremely heavy and expensive. This is why Kokoshniks were used as a dowry that was always handed down with care and reverence from generation to generation.
Maslenica (mas-len-EAT-sah) is a unique Slavic holiday, and is a mix of Orthodox and pagan traditions. It lasts for an entire week and takes place during the last week before the Great Lent and is followed by Easter.
The Eliseyev Emporium (sometimes spelled Elisseeff ) is the cherry on top of Nevsky Prospekt in St Petersburg and inspires that sense of “childlike wonder” for visitors of all