2 Days in St. Petersburg, Russia | Nina Camille
This was our first time visiting St. Petersburg, Russia.
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There are many things to do in St. Pete and if you are wondering on what to do— here’s a few places to visit for your Day 1 itinerary.
We made sure to book a hotel in the main avenue Nevsky Prospekt which is their city centre.
From here you can walk towards Kazan Cathedral, go inside its FREE!—Singer House—Stroganov Palace—State Capella—Hermitage and Winter Palace(there is a small tourist truck on the left go inside you can learn so many things about the places and history of St. Petersburg)—Admiralty Building—St.Isaac Cathedral(this isn’t free but one should go inside or at least go up, we wanted to go up and see the view on top from the Colonnade but missed this chance because it was raining—tip: the Colonade and St Isaac Cathedral has a different charge you can just choose the Colonnade—Bronze Horseman—Dvortsky Palace Bridge—Vasilevsky Island—Kanstkamera—Stock Exchange—Birzehevoy Bridge—Peter and Paul Fortress—Troitsky Bridge—Marble Palace—Field of Mars—Summer Garden—Church of Savior Blood—Russian Museum—Mikhailovsky Theatre
We saved the places (in google maps) before leaving the hotel so we won’t get lost, too bad it was raining the weather was really terrrible i think we dropped by cafes more than the places i have listed. It was still raining the next day, the worse part was there’s no sun (or it wouldn’t be a bit bright until 1130am at least) so 12 in the afternoon we leave in the hotel.
But i love RAIN i’m a sucker for coffee and rain—saddest part though was WE MISSED SNOWFALL😞
it only snowed while we were boarding lol hence the next travel will be somewhere COLD—cold enough not to miss snow!HAHAHA Happy birthday again Babe!
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