TRAVEL CULTURA — YOUR GUIDE TO SAINT PETERSBURG

ABOUT TRAVEL CULTURA

Travel Cultura is a blog about Saint Petersburg, one of the most beautiful Russian cities. It helps independent travellers to plan their vacations in Saint Petersburg, guides them through must-see places, and introduces them to the fascinating cultural life of the city.

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Saint Petersburg City Guide

Saint Petersburg is a TOP travel destination in Russia. Millions people from all over the world visit the city each year. They come to admire Saint Petersburg palaces and cathedrals, stroll along Nevsky Prospect, gaze at drawbridges, and witness the white nights.

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    Hello, I’m Anna

    and I am a blogger and photographer.

    If you came to this blog, then you are probably interested in Saint Petersburg. Or are you already planning to come to Saint Petersburg?

    Travel Cultura helps independent travellers to know more about places to visit and things to do in Saint Petersburg — and to plan great holidays! 

    I am sure that you will be fascinated by the beauty of imperial palaces, parks and squares, drawbridges and cathedrals. But what if I told you that the majority of tourists see less than 1% of the city’s treasures!

    I invite you to go further and to see more. Let’s stroll along the endless embankments, glimpse into courtyards, reveal the hidden gems, and savour the flavour of the ‘real’ Saint Petersburg.

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    The Blog

    List of historical and leisure parks for a great walk.

    Unusual guide to the most picturesque part of Petersburg

    Guide to the legendary church known for its unique decoration

    Stylish dedication to the 200th anniversary of the birth of the writer

    Take a look at the last home of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II

    Explore the oldest building and the first palace of the city