Old Nevsky House Hotel

147 Nevsky Avenue, Perekupnoy Pereulok, 3-1, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191024, Russia
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Meeting people in St. Petersburg in April

by Tavso9

Hey everyone,

I'll be in St. Petersburg in April for four days (it will be my first time in Russia), and I'd love to meet people who live there. I'm a student traveling on low budjet and staying in Hostels, so it would be great to meet other students (but,of course, not a must) I don't speak ANY Russian, but English, German and French, so hopefully this will do ;-)
Anyone interested?

Happy to hear from you :)


Re: Meeting people in St. Petersburg in April

by sennaya

You will have a nice visit but expect rain and blustery weather!
We can suggest a nice place to meet Russian people who want to speak english and many are students, is at the St. Petersburg English Communication club.
Contact them through their website before you go or wite us and we can give you their e-mail privately.

Re: Meeting people in St. Petersburg in April

by solver13

I live in Moscow but can visit Spb in this date.

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

See of course:- Hermitage -...

by Raffmo

- Hermitage - must see it
- Jusupow Palace (very nice inside !)
- Aurora cruiser
- Spas Na Krowi church
- St. Isaac church
- Petropawlowsk Island !!! When I was there a lot of buildings were renovated and I could not see everything.

I was shocked by roads' poor condition. I lived in a hotel near a port and the road was very terrible. But they started renovated it.

Palace Square and Winter...

by Perugia

Palace Square and Winter Palace is the heart of the city. Great October Revolution took place here in 1917. Winter Palace, the former Residence of Russian Emperors was built in 1762 (architect Rastrelli) during the reign of Elizabeth, Peter the Great's daughter.The Palace is one or the Hermitage buildings now.

Alexander Column is situated in the very center of the Palace Square. It was erected to commemorate Russian victory over Napoleon. Alexander I reigned Russia at that time, thus the Column was named after him. It is crowned with the figure of an Angel holding a cross - a symbol of peace. The Angel has the face of Alexander I.

If you're recognized as a...

by CptKangaroo

If you're recognized as a group of tourist without a destination in a pub, there will be soon someone to show you around the nightlife. Normally they all are named Boris, and you'll find yourself paying them all the drinks, but as a Vodka is about 50US-cent just don't care about it, you'll find some intereting pubs that way.
At some stage Boris will offer you something else weed, woman or whatever but just ignore him if you don't want anything.
A friend of mine bought weed from Boris and found himself with a nice amount of green tea for 300 Rubel (15$), but, hey, he really asked to be cheated...

WARNING: I would recommend this experience ONLY, if you're in a group of 5 or more people, don't be so silly to follow any stranger if you're alone! And don't get TOO drunk!

You won't believe it is not Britain

by Assenczo

This is the Cesme battle commemorative church. It is seldom on the itinerary of any tourist because it is off the main tourist area and there is too much to see for the little time tourists have in St. Petersburg anyway. What amazes me is this typical Petersburgian cross of European influences and Russian input, in this case Gothic style church, reincarnated as something very local, material and colour wise - imagine this structure in Rouen and Claude Monet reproducing it - he would go mad. Location? Just off the new “communist” center of Petersburg, on Moskovski prospect. One can visit on the way to the airport.

Pravda Street

by bugulma

I was there because Anya's university is placed there. Although the place is interesting in architecture and some modern statues along the street. First of all, the building of the university is intersting. It was built in 80-s of XIX century and it was the church, there is the special silhouette of the church architecture you see. The church was rebuilt in the university in 1918.


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