Mini Hotel Pushkin

Pushkinskaya Str.15, St. Petersburg, 191040, Russia
Mini Hotel Pushkin
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Mercury Hotel

by Ceolman

I am staying one night in the Mercury Hotel. Can anyone give me some details on this hotel. In addition what sights are close by. And Final Question, can someone recommend a suitable fun restaurant which is suitable for a 12 year old. She is mature and will try most things. We can always get a MCD on the way home if she does not like it.

RE: Mercury Hotel

by Natalya2006

See pictures of your hotel at
In 10 minutes walk from you hotel there is Smolny Cathedral (closed on Wednesday) - a very beautiful blue and white church. You can climb to the cupola to see the city from the top. Another nice temple in 15 minutes walk - Trasfiguration Cathedral (Preobrazhensky Sobor).
You can walk also along Chaikosvkogo street or Pestelya street (from Preobrazhensky Sobor) to the Fontanka River to Mickhailovsky Castle, Summer Garden and Field of Mars and then walk to very beautiful church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood with mosaik decorations.

RE: Mercury Hotel

by dimtan

I believe you can go for ART-CAFE SUNDUK /42 Furshtatskaya Ul./
This would be 15 minutes walk (max) from your hotel
Please have a look at
This's pretty cosy spot (there're two different rooms for smoking-not smoking guests) with Russian and European cuisine + live Jazz/Blues music in the evening. You can ask guys in your hotel to make a reservation for you on 272-31-00

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg Tip

by wench25

My fondest memory was meeting up with a friend of mine who lives in St. Petersburg after not having seen her for 8 years. It was great to finally see her again, and to spend most of my vacation with her showing me the nightlife!

Cash desk payment.

by alectrevor

I found in some places that you go to cash desk first , say what you want to buy, pay and then given a receipt to another counter assistant. This takes place at a shop cum cafe in Nevskiy Prospekt. I felt pleased with myself the second time i went there and got it right.


by sophiebeans

While I was in St. Petersburg, I witnessed a lot of wedding parties walking around town. Apparently it is a tradition for newly married couples to visit various monuments around town after the wedding ceremony.

Dostoevsky Museum appeals to literature lovers

by hslowe

As Dostoevsky is one of my favorite writers, I just had to make a pilgrimage to the Dostoevsky Museum. It's located in what was his last flat in St. Petersburg, where he wrote The Brothers Karamazov.

The museum consists of two parts, one focusing on his life (in the five-room flat), and the other on his art (another exhibit with manuscripts and artifacts from his working life).

I felt it was a good value for the modest fee and it brought me closer to the spirit of the writer. It's worthwhile to rent the English tour on headphones.

Pushkin House - Museum of Literature

by sennaya

Insitute of Russian Literature, Pushkinskiy Dom, Museum of Russian Literature

This museum of for serious buffs of Russian Literature. The left half of the building is a university devoted to Russian Literature. On the right are the arichives and museum devoted to Russian writers.
Collection started with original manuscripts of Pushkin now includes many major writers.
The Museum has whole rooms devoted to Pushkin, Tolstoy and Dostoevsky and many artifacts and portraits. The furniture is all antique and you can get up close. It is not yet all roped off and unaccessible, but hsi is because you can only visit by guided excursion.
You can ask at the front desk for a tour of the museum and you will be allowed upstairs. Cost about 150 rubles for foreigners. The guide speaks only Russian but will give a personal tour and answer questions. This is off the beaten path and has not so many visitors.

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