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A cool parkland on a hot day. The fountains are varied as are the statues. Yes, confined mainly to the wide paths and also busy BUT unlike places abroad there is no-one behaving behaving either selfishly or loudly - just people enjoying the peace and...More
Generally, the parks in Petersburg are so beautiful! The date back to 18-19 th century, the trees as quite witnesses remember mostly the tsar epoque, generously producing fresh air to the visitors needing some relax. You will meet there a lot of P' s inhabitants,...More
2-floor "summer" home for Peter I (he lived on the bottom floor ) and Catherine (she lived upstairs).
His aim was for this to look like Venice. You be the judge (we've been to Venice and, in our opinion... not so much).
Peter-party-head like to...More
This is a good place to come, just to sit for a while and chill. There are lots of seating area's, some ponds, lots of flowers, and loads of fountains, and many statues. Even if there are lots of people around, you can usually find...More
Splendid place, regreshing. Statues, fountains, history and culture, source for celebrated Pushkin Queen of Spades. Nicely renovated, with plates explaining about every object/building/garden. Entrances from the 2 opposited sides, from the Neva embarkment or from the Mikhailovsky Palace. No parking.