Stolle - Mariinsky
Grand Choral Synagogue
Restored to its full Byzantine-styled glory, the Grand Choral Synagogue was designed by Vasily Stasov and opened in 1893. Its...
Except for one day in 2000 – when an exhibition of avant-garde art was held here – this island has been closed to the public for the...
This spectacular palace on the Moyka River has some of the most perfectly preserved 19th-century interiors in the city, in addition to a...
Mariinsky Concert Hall
In April 2007, Mariinsky director Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra opened the new Mariinsky Concert Hall –...
Chances are you’ll have this classy kosher restaurant beneath the Grand Choral Synagogue to yourself despite it being the city’s best...
Lonely Planet review
One of several outlets throughout the city, Stolle is a great place to come for coffee or dessert after an evening at the theatre. Black-and-white photos adorn the light-coloured walls, while jazz music wafts in the air. There is another outlet further up ul Dekabristov, although its basement setting is not quite as inviting.