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St. Isaac's Cathedral

With its golden dome which dominates the city skyline and which sits opposite Angleterre Hotel. The interior is decorated lavishly with marble and mosaic, and you can climb the 43-metre colonnade for breathtaking views of the city.

Nevsky Prospect


The 'Champs Élysées' of St Petersburg, lined with fine buildings and shops and thronged with people during the midsummer 'white nights'. Here you will see the Kazan Cathedral, the statue of Catherine the Great and the Historical Museum of Wax Figures in the Beloselksy-Belozersky Palace.

The Russian Museum

A must for those wanting to discover Russian art and learn more about the country's culture.

The Peter and Paul Fortress

The oldest building in the city, built in 1703 and used as a political prison whose inmates included Dostoevsky, Gorky and Trotsky. Most of Russia's Romanov rulers are also buried here. It is considered good luck to rub the right forefinger of the statue of Peter the Great.

Vasilyevsky Island


Houses many of the city's museums, including the Central Naval Museum and Academy of Arts.

Palace Square


One of Europe's greatest squares and for 200 years the centre of Russian government. Dominated by the green, white and gold rococo Winter Palace, residence of the tsars from 1762 until 1917, the Admiralty and the Hermitage Museum, for many the main reason for a visit to St Petersburg. The size of a small town, the museum is packed with treasures.