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Jewish Saint Petersburg Tour
"Visit the Grand Choral Synagogue is an important part of the tour: Designed in Moorish style by architects Shaposhnikov and Shreter the Synagogue opened in 1893 by which time the Jewish community had reached  16500 nearly 2% of the city’s population. Accommodating over 1200 persons the Synagogue was the only Jewish place of prayer to survive the repressions of 1930s. It continued to function even during the Siege of Leningrad 1941-1944. Today the Synagogue still has an active community. St. Petersburg has a well developed Je dozens of Jewish centers and community houses welcome visitors from all over the world. You will meet locals there learn about activities and tasks of the community and see for yourself how Russian Jews live today -all this in your  visit to one of the local Jewish community centres (e.g. famous Yesod). After that lunch/snack/coffee-break in a local venue of you
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Russian Ballet Evening and 3-course Traditional Russian Lunch in Saint-Petersburg
"A driver will pick you up at the hotel lobby and drive you to the centrally located Russian restaurant. Here you will taste the famous courses of Russian cuisine such as fresh cabbage salad with apple vinegret (Old-style Russian salad with cooked and pickled vegetables) Shchi (Russian cabbage soup) with sour cream chicken cutlet ""Pozharskaya"" with tomato sauce hot pancake with fruit spread chicken fricassee in mushroom sauce Kasha (buckwheat porridge with onion). And of course
From $149.00
 
One Day Private Tour: City Tour with Skip-the-Line Hermitage
"Itinerary:9am:  Meet your guide at the hotel9am - 12pm: City Tour (Photo stops at famous sights of the city including inside visit to Peter & Paul Fortress + St. Peter & Paul Cathedral)
12:15pm - 1:15pm:  Lu Rostral Columns Egyptian Sphinxes and the Academy of Fine Arts Saint-Petersburg State UniversityPeter & Paul’s Fortress + Cathedral - inside visit; photo stops at the Artillery museum Trinity square Cabin of Peter IPhoto stop St. Isaac’s Square: Monument to Nicholas I Mariinsky Palace
From $290.00

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Garcon

This is a French bistro in a very convenient location for newly arrived or with a train to catch near Moskovsky Station. It has various different menu formulas offering a main course plus drink or an...
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Mama Roma

Mama Roma is a chain of small Italian restaurants in St. Petersburg that offer excellent value for the money, and work especially well with children not familiar with the Russian cousine.We visited...
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Stolle

A friend of mine who had lived in St. Petersburg for many years recommended Stolle for any and all quick and tasty eats. The café chain that has several stores around the city is focusing on...
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Don't know

Half the time, my girlfriend and I would just randomly walk into some place, crossing our fingers that it was a restaurant. When you have a map with English writing in Russian and Cyrillic writing on...
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Kashmir Cafe

One of the best moderate priced places to go for a tasty dish.Nice decor, good service and gourmet without being overly spicy.Nice and pleasant music Business lunch 120 rubles or 160 rubles for with...
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Boston rolls with cinnamon

Finally, a real cinnamon roll has appeared that you can find in St. Petersburg.Until this time there were on dry sparsely sprinkled circular rolls purported to have cinnamon but without taste. No...
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Gulf Cafe

On Krestovsky Ostrov, where walking is such a pleasure, you can also stop at a remote patio cafe along the Finland Gulf.They offer blankets if it is cold and hammocks for a unique peaceful...
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Business Lunch

You can get a good sampling of food for a good price by going between noon and 4 pm. Many restaurants place business lunch sign on the street. Some meals are less than 100 rubles, good meals less than...
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Russian M&Ms:

M&Ms have a special flavor in Russia, they are now made locally and have a Russian chocolate flavor. They are not as smooth-round as American made M&Ms but they are delicious and make a good...
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grocery stores

Russian ice cream has its own flavor. You can buy Baskin and Robbins or Ben and Jerry's in bigger grocery stores, but local ice cream is cheaper and arguably better. I especially like Plombir,...
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Tandori

All I wanted was a clean piece of chicken, no mayo, no sourcream, no sauce. I happened upon this restaurant and will now return each time I am back. I live in San Francisco and am familiar with Indian...
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Sportivnaya Outdoor cafes

Near Sportivnaya Metro is the sports stadium and in between are open air cafes. They are often open at night with live music. It is free. You can by simple food and beer and sit and enjoy. It is...
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Street Life

A wide variety of dishes /Russian pancakes, Italian pasta, Chinese salads, sea-food, vegetarian soup etc/Pleasant set-up with 3 different /in terms of its interio design/ spotsLife music !! /jazz or...
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WasabiKo

Disign is very fantastic. I like this place very much. Food is standard for Japanese restoraunts but very delicious.beer around 2.3euro, wine around 4.6euro.open every day 12:00 - 06:00There are...
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Top Hotels in Saint Petersburg

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Mikhailovskaya Ulitsa 1/7, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191011, Russia
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Bolshaya Morskaya ulitsa 39, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 190000, Russia
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11-ya Liniya, Vasilievsky Ostrov, St. Petersburg, 199178, Russia
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11 Marata street, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 191025, Russia
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Emb. Reki Moiki, 99, 190000
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25 Bol'shaya Morskaya, St. Petersburg, 190000, Russia
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Top Things to Do in Saint Petersburg

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Cathedrals and Churches

We had a tour of the city of St. Petersburg, and when I got back home, I found that I had taken photos of Kazan Cathedral aka (The Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan) similar to the ones that my father...
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Hermitage

As any Great Museum of the World Class, the State Hermitage has collections representing human culture from pre-historic times till XX century. At the ground floor you are going to find hall #65 the...
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Palaces

We arrived at the Yusupov Palace by boat after a scenic cruise beginning in one of the canals and ending on the Moika almost directly in front of the palace! The somewhat austere exterior of the...
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Admiralty

This huge complex of buildings can be seen from the three main thoroughfares of the city. You can see this tower with the old spire crowned with a weather vane shaped like a caravelle. The spire...
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Nevsky Avenue

When you are strolling along Nevsky Prospect toward the Admiralty pay you attention on the wall of house number 14 built in 1939. On the right hand side from the main entrance you are going to find...
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Museums

Construction of this castle started in 1796 according to the order of new Emperor of All Russia Paul I. Paul believed that he had to fear conspiracy and I think he had real reasons for that....
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"St. Petersburg: a City for all Seasons"
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"St Petersburg : City of Peter the Great"
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Canadienne

"St. Petersburg in Spring"
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"STUNNING ST. PETERSBURG!"
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HORSCHECK

"St. Petersburg - City of cathedrals and bridges"
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