A Walking Tour of St. Petersburg: Sightseeing and Interesting Places
Around Isaakievskaya Ploshchad
St Isaac’s Cathedral.
Alexander and Necropolis
The Alexander Nevsky Monastery is the oldest and most important in St Petersburg.
Along Nevsky Prospekt
The pulsating central artery of St Petersburg, Nevsky Prospekt could rival any major street in the world for length, beauty or activity.
Palace Square and Surrounds
The first stop of many tourists to St Petersburg, it’s hard to imagine a more arresting architectural ensemble than that of Palace Square.
Peter the Great’s Cabin.
The Summer Gardens and Surrounds
The beautiful Summer Gardens make a superbly serene setting for a stroll.
The Peter and Paul Fortress
This is where it all began – the spot where Peter the Great started building a fortress on May 27th 1703, thereby founding the city that would become one of the most beautiful in Europe.