Korona Hotel

7 Malaya Konyushennaya, St. Petersburg, 190000, Russia
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Skateboarding in Moscow and St Petersburg

by KateFromCT

I'm going to Moscow and St Petersburg in August with my two sons, ages 12 and 16. Can you recommend any places for skateboarding? Is it legal? How do the locals feel about skateboarding? Any and all help you can give me is really really appreciated!

Re: Skateboarding in Moscow and St Petersburg

by manuna

It's absolutely legal:) Depending on what your children want. For general rides you can use either Luzhniki territory (metro Vorobjovi gori) (good pavement but absolutely even) or Park Pobedi (metro Park Pobedi) with different slopes. If they prefer extreme skating they use anything they find suitable. If you are interested I can look for places on Russian internet. I think they should have special territories as well.

Re: Skateboarding in Moscow and St Petersburg

by Pablos_new

1. Yes, the most popular place for skateboarding in Moscow is Park Pobedy (AKA Poklonnaya Gora or Lowbow Hill).

http://maps.google.ru/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=3493781668952602230,55.728092,37.540861&saddr=&daddr=&mra=pr&ie=UTF8&ll=55.731194,37.506638&spn=0.011623,0.03665&t=h&z=15

2. Also, if you prefer to go only downhill you can skate at Vorob'ev Hills near Moscow University, as there is a cable-way working all-year-long.

http://maps.google.ru/maps?f=d&hl=en&geocode=3493781668952602230,55.728092,37.540861&saddr=55.70915,37.5423&daddr=%D1%88.+%D0%92%D0E%D1%80%D0E%D01%D1%8C%D05%D02%D1%81%D0A%D0E%D05+%4055.728092,+37.540861&mra=mi&mrsp=0,1&sz=15&sll=55.710794,37.54303&sspn=0.011629,0.03665&ie=UTF8&ll=55.713526,37.545004&spn=0.011628,0.03665&t=h&z=15

From sighting point one can go along boulevard Kosygina str. to Vorob'evskoe shosse and along Vorob'evskaya emb. back to the elevator. All way is pedestrian area.

Re: Skateboarding in Moscow and St Petersburg

by conmarsden

Hi there, as far as I know its totally legal to skate (at least there aren't any restricted areas)... Most kids skate on the streets, but watch out for cars. I think one may skate even around Palace Square for all I know. Cheers, have good time in St. Pete.

Re: Skateboarding in Moscow and St Petersburg

by balkan1

Please don't go there, because in Russia people eat little child! Maybe some another member can ask if is legal to go to pie. I can see that u watch a lot TV! It's not halty!!!

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

St.Petersburge is famouse of...

by Milanna

St.Petersburge is famouse of its museums,theaters,palaces and fontains.One of the most interesting museums is Hermitage but they say You need around 11 years if to see each art work exibition during 1 minute for 8 hours every day. Photo:Peter I The Great grave in Petropavlovsk fortress.

Join one of Peters walking...

by K1W1

Join one of Peters walking tours. For USD8.00, you will be led around the city and given a very informative and interesting tour for about four hours. The tours are always different as the guides try to vary them so it's possible to do more than one. The tours start at the St. Petersberg international hostel around 10.30 every day. There are sometimes night tours where the local information on the 'in' night spots can come in very handy. One of my favorite memories is a day trip out to Pushkin and Pavlovsk. Catherines Palace at Pushkin and the grounds at both Pushkin and Pavlovsk are very impressive.

Baltik Beer

by Leipzig

Over the past years beer has become quite popular in Russia. It seems "Baltik Beers" is the most popular brand in the region around St. Petersburg. I saw advertisement of this brand everywhere.
The beer has a pleasant malt taste and is very refreshing.

Cheers!

Tavrichesky Palace

by bugulma

On Shpalernaya Street you can see Tavrichesky Palace, the residence of the favorite of Ekaterina II the Great, Grigory Potemkin-Tavrichesky. It was built in 1783-1789 by Stasov. During Pavel I times it was destroyed and even rider-school was here. In the beginning of XIX century the palace was reconstructed and the theatre was situated inside. In the beginning of XX century the parliament was placed in the building.

Now THIS is a bookstore!

by tiganeasca

Not so far off the beaten path, I guess, because it is located smack in the heart of the Nevsky Prospekt, is Dom Knigi--the House of Books. This multi-level bookstore is in the Singer Building, a turn-of-the-century factory for the Singer Sewing Machine Company! Its art-nouveau aspects (and especially its corner decoration) make it quite impressive. But go inside an feast your eyes and pocketbook on this wonderful bookstore. Art books, especially, tend to be of high quality and less expensive than in the West. There is even a small foreign-language section. You may be amazed, as I was, at the number of people in bookstores generally. Reading is a popular pastime in Russia and I never visited a bookstore that wasn't crowded.

The store is located at Nevsky Prospekt 28. It is open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.

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