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This is one of the main avenues in Saint Petersburg. On our last day in town it was raining lightly but we still enjoyed our walk along the street. There were a number of souvenir shops all of which had attentive but polite and not...More
Large 7 km street in the Centre of St. Petersburg with a lot of Russian restaurants, international shops, interesting old buildings, coffee's and museums. Street music of young Russian people and street art culture.
Main Street in St Petersburg, will take you from the main railway station to St Isaacs cathedral. Will take about 45/50 mins to walk end to end, but you will find many interesting sights on your way which means you will stop. There are plenty...More
There are a lot of boutiques along the street as well as restaurants and souvenir shops. But the main point to go through the street is to observe architecture of different times and to reach main sightseeing attractions.
If in St Petersburg a must visit area. It's an education to see the mix of famous names and local shops. Also don't miss the opportunity, if you have free time, to wander some of the streets leading off Nevsky Prospekt. Russian people are warm...More
This is the main shopping street with stores, restaurants and historic sights. The road is always lively but even more at night when several live bands can be seen and heard performing. A pleasant surprise we had not expected at all.
It seems that after the football World Cup the major decided to give the city a facelift as there are a big number of buildings in the process of restoration. The front of this building and colonnades is very striking but some of the sides...More