Pushka Inn

Moyka Embankment, 14, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russia
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Forum Posts

River cruise SPB to Moscou or viceversa

by menzio

1. Is it better SPB to Moscou or the other way around ?
2. Is end of May a good period or September is better ?
3. Any suggestion about a good tour operator doing this type of cruises ?

Thanks a lot !

Gian from Roma

Re: River cruise SPB to Moscou or viceversa

by sshirokov

When it comes to Russian river cruises, it really does not matter which way you go, from St. Petersburg to Moscow or vice versa. The period from May to September is the best as it is warm outside. I would recommend June for St. Petersburg's white nights though and July - August as they are the nicest in terms of weather. If you want to see amazing golden leaf colors of Russian fall, go in September.
As for who to book your cruise with, I would recommend booking with All Russia Cruises (www.allrussiacruises.com) or Viking (www.vikingrivercruises.com).

Re: River cruise SPB to Moscou or viceversa

by jerryatric

Will be going Aug. 5 with Grand Circle Travel
We heard it's better from Moscow to St. Petersburg from a few people.
Weather? WHO KNOWS?

Travel Tips for Saint Petersburg

Summer and Winter are like day and night......

by sswagner

This visually appealling city is most likely to be visited by tourists in the summer. The "White Nights" take place in the summertime. Literally, there is very little night since you are at such a high latitude. It will be light out at 10PM as well as long before you wake up in the morning. Therefore, make sure you have thick curtains in your hotel or a way of blocking the light from coming in.

Conversely, if you visit in the winter, it is going to be cold and dark. The nights will be much longer then, and daylight will be scarce. However, I believe that the wintertime would have its own beauty here. Also, you can expect to visit the major sites minus the crowds. Just make sure you are well dressed for it. This is the same Russian winter that helped stop the advance of the French and German armies into this land. I really enjoyed everything about this place. It produced quite a few pleasant memories. Obviously, getting engaged at Peterhof was the single most important memory of this place.

Aleksandro-Nevskaya Lavra, Blagoveshenskaya Church

by bugulma

The oldest church of the ensemble is Blagoveshenskaya Church, built in 1717-1725 by Tresini. It is a bury vault for famous people of XVIII century such as Shuvalov, Vyazemsky, Naryishkin as well as Suvorov.

Mind your tongue

by bobs12

If you're learning Russian, or happen to know some Russian phrases, be sure to watch what you say.

If you don't have full command of the language, never swear at anyone for any reason, ever. Even 'milder' expletives such as 'kozel' (goat) may have hidden cultural meanings.

Calling someone a goat may not seem hugely offensive, and in most cases it isn't. But it has a second meaning- in Russian prisons, 'kozel' is the guy who always gets abused in the showers by the other inmates. Enough said.

Call anyone who has been to prison a 'kozel', and you may be lucky to get away with fractures and concussion.

Never use the contraction 'devka' to refer to a 'devushka'. 'Devka' is generally used to refer to sluts and prostitutes.

Russians are singularly unforgiving to foriegners' linguistic mistakes, and are easily offended by such unintended 'insults'.

Fitness Centers

by multi

At last time it is very popular to visit fitness centers. Now we have some huge centers wich have some points in different districts of the city and many small sport clubs.
The most known clubs are:
Planeta Fitness http://www.fitness.ru/
Sport Life www.sportlifeclub.ru
Reebok http://www.r-fitness.ru/
New Age Fitness http://www.newagefitness.ru/
Lider Sport http://www.lider-sport.ru/

you can buy year card, half year card or single visit..

Samson

by Sharrie

Ok, you can't clearly see Samson due to the jets of water.
This fountain statue is the main one that no one will miss if he/she enters Peterhof.
Designed by Mikhail Kozlovsky in 1802, it features Samson rending open the jaws of the lion.

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Address: Moyka Embankment, 14, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191186, Russia