Alexander Pushkin, Russia’s national poet, had his last home here on one of the prettiest curves of the Moyka River. He only lived here...
Winter Palace of Peter I
Excavations beneath the Hermitage Theatre in the late 1970s revealed remains of the principal residence of Peter the Great, including a...
Under wraps for restoration, the buildings along the north side of Stables Square is where the imperial court once kept its horses and...
There's a very warm welcome at this charming pay-by-the-hour cafe. In summer there's outdoor seating in the courtyard as well as two...
Whitewashed brick walls and a lime-green bike (seemingly a currently obligatory piece of decor for all local hipster joints!) set the...
Millionnaya ul 18 · interesting places nearby
Double B information
The young baristas are friendly and take their coffee brewing seriously at this serene hipster hangout, with specially roasted beans from Ethiopia, Costa Rica and Kenya and methods including Aeropress and drip. They also do various artisan teas, too.