Golden Triangle Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Nevsky Prospect 22-24, St. Petersburg, 191186, Russia
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Value Score Poor Value

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Train or Bus from Airport to Hotel

by viajador06

Hi!

I will be in St. Petersburg on Dec. 26 for a few days. Is it possible to take a bus/shuttle/train from the airport to the city?

I am staying at the Rennassaince St.Petersburg Baltic Hotel located at Pochtamtskaya Str. 4

Thanks!

Re: Train or Bus from Airport to Hotel

by stevemt

Have a look at this earlier discussion. I think this answers your question. I would also say that the same would apply to your moscow question as well

http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-348754-1-1-Travel-0-0-Saint_Petersburg-discussion.html

Re: Train or Bus from Airport to Hotel

by bugulma

for the airport, there is nice option to have airport suttle bus that goes to the nearest metro station as well as to the central part of the city (Pushkinskaya metro station). look at www.airportexpress.ru to check the time service (English is available)
Wow, location is great. it is near of Isakievsky Cathedral and centrally located, in some minutes by walk from Nevsky Prospekt and other main attractions of the city. but i use metro usually in StP and your hotel is not near of metro stations at all. if you're first time in the city, I think it will be better to have a taxi (check rates in Rennassaince Hotel).

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If you stay in St.Petersburg...

by Tanechka

If you stay in St.Petersburg for a long time,have seen Hermitage,Russian museum,Kuntscamera,zoological museum, dozen times walked in Letny sad...go outside to see the fountains of Petrodvorets,museum complexes in Tsarskoe selo (Pushkin)or in Pavlovsk. Earlier,even after mooving to live in Kiev(in 1985),I oftenly visited St.Petersburg.City was changeing on my eyes from visit to visit :one year and no sign of a socialist poor heritage.Dirty shops with empty shelfs were replaced by modern supermarkets.I like boiling life of this city, ecpessially you can feel it on the Nevsky prospect,when flow of the people carries you and if you need to turn you can even forget that.

Canals (Part III)

by Canadienne

A new perspective on the city can be gained from water-level. . .and the boat trips visit some areas of the city that might not be reached on ground. The Sheremetev Palace (1750's) is located on the Fontanka ~ outside of the central core of the city. It's another example of the beautiful Baroque palaces that can be found throughout the city, but we wouldn't have seen it without the trip through the canals.

Cruiser Aurora

by bugulma

The symbol of Russian revolution of 1918 is situated on Petrogradskaya Embankment, not far from Troizky Bridge. October 25, 1918 in 9.40 pm it fires as a signal for the beginning of the revolution. Although the ship, built in 1900, took part in Tsusima Battle near of Japan, we know it as a part of revolution times.

Kirov Apartment-Museum

by keichi

Here you can see how life was in 1930.
Serguei Kirov was the first secretary of Leningrad's communist party, it's the only chance to see with your own eyes an important part of the revolution history, you can visit his office with all the leader's portraits, his library, the living room, the bedroom and even a "made in america" General Electric refrigerator.
In the museum you can learn more about this man who was considered a hero among the population and that was killed in 1934.

Kresty Prison

by bugulma

The most famous prison in St Petersburg that is situated on Arsenal'naya Embankment. The history of the prison starts since Anna Ionavna Empress (middle of XVIII century). The image we see nowadays was given in 1884-1892 by A.Tomishko architect.

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