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free things to do in st. petersburg, russia

Here`s collected the best attractions & places of St. Petersburg, which you can visit absolutely free
FREE THINGS TO DO IN ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Here`s collected the best attractions & places of St. Petersburg, which you can visit absolutely fre
St. Petersburg is a quite expensive city. However, as in any other metropolis, here you can find a lot of free entertainment. For example, take a walk in beautiful parks, visit churches, galleries & some other interesting places. Here`s our pick of the most interesting free things to do in St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg is a quite expensive city. However, as in any other metropolis, here you can find a lot of free entertainment. For example, take a walk in beautiful parks, visit churches, galleries & some other interesting places. Here`s our pick of the most interesting free things to do in St. Petersburg.

Take a walk at the Nevsky Prospect

Nevsky Prospect is the main street of our city. Hundreds of shops, great architecture, attractions, best restaurants, - everything is here. On Nevsky Prospect we recommend you to visit the Zinger house, the Kazan Cathedral, the Catherine Garden, the Eliseevy Merchants' Shop, and also just walk and see the beautiful buildings around you.

Visit St. Isaac's Square

The magnificent architectural ensemble will amaze you with its beauty and scale. The Legislative Assembly, a monument to Emperor Nicolai the First, one of the best hotels in our city, a small park, and of course, one of the main symbols of St. Petersburg— St. Isaac’s Cathedral, it’s all located here. We guarantee, that you will be pleased even simply from being in this unique place.

Take a look at the bridge openings

One of the brands of our city is bridge openings. This is really impressive. As a rule, the bridge openings is accompanied by live music and various performances (especially in summer). Very romantic! Take your soul mate and come to our beautiful city to see it with your own eyes.

By the way, the navigation season in St. Petersburg lasts, usually, from March-April to November. In winter, bridges are not opening.

Walk in the Summer Garden

Wonderful garden decorations, the Coffee and Tea Houses, the Magnificent Lattice and the Palace of Peter the Great, the monument to Krylov and the white marble sculptures, the porphyry vase and fountains… Summer Garden in St. Petersburg can be called a museum of art.
Visit Alexander Nevsky Monastery
This place is called the heart of St. Petersburg. Holy Trinity Alexander Nevsky Monastery ordered to build Peter I on the supposed site of the famous Neva Battle. Later, historians have proved that the battle took place above the Neva. Nevertheless, the monastery is dedicated to the feat of the Novgorod prince and the Holy Trinity.

Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress

The place where our city was founded. Inside there are a lot of interesting architecture monuments that can be seen absolutely free. In the summer, we recommend you to go to the beach of the Peter and Paul Fortress. From there opens an incredible view of the Neva.

Stroll around 300th Anniversary Park

The youngest park in St. Petersburg was founded in 1995 to perpetuate the anniversary date — 300 years since the founding of the city. The green zone, located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, although it appeared in the city not so long ago, however, has already become for many a favorite meeting and walking place.


You can download our free St. Petersburg visitors guide, in which presented even more places to visit in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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Take a walk at the Nevsky Prospect

Nevsky Prospect is the main street of our city. Hundreds of shops, great architecture, attractions, best restaurants, - everything is here. On Nevsky Prospect we recommend you to visit the Zinger house, the Kazan Cathedral, the Catherine Garden, the Eliseevy Merchants' Shop, and also just walk and see the beautiful buildings around you.

Visit St. Isaac's Square

The magnificent architectural ensemble will amaze you with its beauty and scale. The Legislative Assembly, a monument to Emperor Nicolai the First, one of the best hotels in our city, a small park, and of course, one of the main symbols of St. Petersburg— St. Isaac’s Cathedral, it’s all located here. We guarantee, that you will be pleased even simply from being in this unique place.

Take a look at the bridge openings

One of the brands of our city is bridge openings. This is really impressive. As a rule, the bridge openings is accompanied by live music and various performances (especially in summer). Very romantic! Take your soul mate and come to our beautiful city to see it with your own eyes.

By the way, the navigation season in St. Petersburg lasts, usually, from March-April to November. In winter, bridges are not opening.

Walk in the Summer Garden

Wonderful garden decorations, the Coffee and Tea Houses, the Magnificent Lattice and the Palace of Peter the Great, the monument to Krylov and the white marble sculptures, the porphyry vase and fountains… Summer Garden in St. Petersburg can be called a museum of art.
Visit Alexander Nevsky Monastery
This place is called the heart of St. Petersburg. Holy Trinity Alexander Nevsky Monastery ordered to build Peter I on the supposed site of the famous Neva Battle. Later, historians have proved that the battle took place above the Neva. Nevertheless, the monastery is dedicated to the feat of the Novgorod prince and the Holy Trinity.

Visit the Peter and Paul Fortress

The place where our city was founded. Inside there are a lot of interesting architecture monuments that can be seen absolutely free. In the summer, we recommend you to go to the beach of the Peter and Paul Fortress. From there opens an incredible view of the Neva.

Stroll around 300th Anniversary Park

The youngest park in St. Petersburg was founded in 1995 to perpetuate the anniversary date — 300 years since the founding of the city. The green zone, located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland, although it appeared in the city not so long ago, however, has already become for many a favorite meeting and walking place.


You can download our free St. Petersburg visitors guide, in which presented even more places to visit in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Prepared my Most.Petersburg, 29.10.2018