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History comes to life here. So much to see and experienc. If you only have a day or have travel companions that have limited attention spans then I suggest a guide that has customized a tour to see what is most important for your group....More
This museum combines extraordinary exhibits with dazzling rooms and no crowds, at least in December.
Extraordinary to be in a room with two Da Vincis and maybe three other people.
The Diamond room tour in English was fantastic value at 350 roubles.
A surprising highlight...More
Out of this world museum.
Sure the queue to get tickets is extremly long. And sure it's quite crowded.
But everything is worth seeing the splendor and beauty this outstanding place has to offer.
Trully a must-see.
You could spend there a few days, and still won’t be able to see everything. 2nd biggest museum in the world, you should definitely pay a visit there. Beautiful paintings, interesting stories, and breathtaking palace apartments.
It is absolutely one of the most important museums in the world. Few hours of interesting visit. Try to do it with a guide, It will help you to navigate in the complex, and will give you a better understanding of the place.
My husband and I celebrated our first anniversary in the beautiful city of St. Petersburg and had an amazing time. We witnessed the beautiful Swan Lake Ballet. The memories we made are unforgettable. The art, culture and heritage in St. Petersburg is gorgeous and totally...More
The State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is one of the most impressive buildings anywhere in the world. Situated on the banks of the Neva River, if one looks across the river from the Peter and Paul Fortress, the sight of the Hermitage and...More
This is not something you can effectively write a review about. As with so many things this must be experienced first hand. As a unique world class attraction, its beauty and depth transcends more simple natural, beauties. It represents a part of the soul of...More