If you'd like to spend your trip to Saint Petersburg in an economical way, select a hotel among 249 budget-friendly deals, such as Apartamenti Kolibri Na Ligovskom 68 or Sky Hotel. Emily Guest House apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 10-minute walk of the center. Hostel Days is a simple budget hostel, settled next to M.M. Kudryavtsev Profitable House with room rates from only 26US$ per night. Sofiya is a budget-friendly apartment that is a 20-minute walk from Nevskiy Prospekt subway station.
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Where to stay in Saint Petersburg?
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Staying at Wonderhostel On Nevsky Retro or Goodrest On Griboyedova will place you at a reasonable distance from Saint Petersburg's city center. Food-lovers looking for hotels and restaurants in Saint Petersburg will find Petrovskaya Pristan that features Tandoor, a 10-minute walk from the city center. If you're hoping to stay in Admiralteyskiy district, think over booking Tourist Hotel Econom or Ekaterinhof in Saint Petersburg.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Saint Petersburg
Luxury accommodation, such as Park Inn By Radisson Pulkovo Airport and Golden Age Hotel, offer upscale experiences in Moskovskiy district, next to Rider. If you are looking for a boutique hotel in Saint Petersburg, then check out Roses in Frunzenskiy district. If you're looking for chain hotels in Saint Petersburg, there are 6 excellent options, such as Nevsky Breeze Hotel or Nevsky Hotel Fort.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
A trip to Saint Petersburg would not be complete without seeing Memorial Sign to D. S. Likhachevu, so you may consider staying at the comfortable apartments, such as Apartments On Makarova and Studio Avrora. Stn Apartments By The Hermitage B&B apartment is a 5-minute walk from the city center and beside Memorial Sign Anchor of the Peter the Great Age. For travelers planning on visiting Saint Petersburg with family, think of Petr Hotel next to Monument to Shostakovich, a kid-friendly hotel that features a steam room, a treatment room and a swimming pool. Make sure to choose Bolshoy 45 near Monument to Nizami Ganjavi in Saint Petersburg - a top-rated resort with views of the lake.
City Guide: Discover the best of Saint Petersburg
''The most abstract city on earth'' uttered famous writer Fyodor Dostoyevsky about his hometown St Petersburg.
A cradle of Russian literature, it is too diverse to be able say something exact to capture the entire city. St. Petersburg is a real blend of personalities, stories and ideas. It is here the plot of ''Crime and Punishment'' was thought through by Dostoyevsky, and the most aristocratic form of dance – ballet - first appeared.
How would you describe the city if on a trip to St. Petersburg? First of all, your stay there should be comfortable, thus from cheap hotel in St. Petersburg to luxury all hotels come with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net. While Booked.net takes a hassle out for you, classics will help to understand the entire city better.
Famous German writer Goethe was the first who named St Petersburg as ''Venice of the North'' because of canals likening it to the Italian city, and its pastel palaces and candlelit cathedrals scattered throughout. Thus, it is true that St Petersburg sometimes is too European to be Russian.
But everything is done there "...for the glory of Russia solely" - those were the words once uttered by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, designer of famous Hermitage museum.
Other attractions include:
- St.Isaac's Cathedral was sanctified in 1858 and became the main church in Saint-Petersburg;
- Nikolskiy Naval Cathedral, a masterpiece done in baroque style with elements of traditional Russian architecture;
- The Peter and Paul Fortress, architectural and historical heart of Saint-Petersburg.
This is a city with a face to Europe, but a back to Russia that is best reflected in its Imperial past. It was the initiative of Tsar Peter the Great that the city was built stone by stone in 1703. When the struggle against tsarist oppression started in 1917, it led to the demise of the then-ruling Romanov dynasty. After that St Petersburg became a part of Soviet Union, surviving World War II and Nazi blockade.
Today, St. Petersburg has grown into the second largest city in Russia located alongside the waters of Neva River and stretches down to the shore of the Baltic Sea. All of the land is inhabited with 4.7 million-strong population, multicultural in its essence.
This ethnic composition includes Russian 84.72 percent, Ukrainian 1.87 percent, Jewish 0.78 percent and on. All of them live in one city, but everyone calls it distinctly from Petrograd, Leningrad and simply Peter.
It doesn’t matter what you name it, it matters what you remember about it as your trip to St Petersburg is going to become unforgettable with Booked.net.