Attractions

St Isaac's Cathedral

St Isaac's Cathedral is the biggest Orthodox cathedral in St Petersburg.

Kazan Cathedral

Kazan Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of Kazan, is one of the biggest Cathedrals in the city. Its architecture was designed according to Empire Style.

Kunstkamera

Located on the embankment of the Neva in St Petersburg's historical centre, Kunstkamera has been a symbol of the Russian Academy of Sciences since the beginning of the 18th century.

Mikhailovsky Castle

Mikhailovsky or Inzhenerny Castle is the former imperial palace in St Petersburg's city centre. It was built on the orders of Emperor Paul I at the turn of 19th century and was ultimately where he died.

Russian Museum

St Petersburg's Russian Museum was the first state museum of Russian visual art, and was founded in 1895 in St Petersburg on the orders of Emperor Nicholas II.

Hermitage Museum

The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg is the biggest in Russia and one of the greatest artistic, historical and cultural museums in the world.