11, Apraxin pereulok

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The apartment is located in 11, Apraxin pereulok, in 3 minutes walk from Sennaya metro station. The hall of the apartment features a tall shelves set full of books, which makes you feel at home in this cozy, but a little old-fashioned apartment. The living room has a pull-out sofa and comfortable armchairs. It has nevertheless all modern conveniences: there is a bathtub in the bathroom, the kitchen is equipped with a gaz stove, an electric tea-kettle and a refrigerator. A very nice apartment to stay at!


Electric tea kettle
Washing machine


Nevsky Prospect/Gostiny Dvor
This part of the historical center of the city is known as the Golden Triangle. In Tsarist times, the majority of nobility lived in this area in palaces – most of which still exist today. Nevsky Prospect, the main thoroughfare of St. Petersburg is a short walking distance. The Neva Embankment with its spectacular views of the city islands is also not far. If you have the opportunity, stroll along the embankment or along any of St. Petersburg´s famous rivers and canals – Moika, Canal Griboyedovna, Fontanka to experience the full beauty of the city. Other sites nearby are the Palace Square, the Hermitage Museum, the Russian Museum, the Field of Mars, Summer Gardens, Savior on the Blood Cathedral, Kazansky Cathedral, Dom Knigy (the House of Books located in a magnificent building). There are also many interesting shops including Gostiny Dvor and Passage along Nevsky Prospect as well as good restaurants and nightlife. If you are in the city during the white nights season, between mid May and mid August, don´t miss a chance to stroll along the embankment and watch the many bridges across the Neva rise – it is really a spectacular site that you will never forget.

Sadovaya/Sennaya Pl.
This area was formerly the haunt of the Russian writer Dostoevsky. His novel Crime and Punishment took place very near the place where you are staying. Walk the twisted, narrow streets of this region to get a feel of the St. Petersburg of the 19th century. You can also enjoy many of the other attractions that this area has to offer such as Nikolsky Cathedral, the Marinsky Theater the embankment of Canal Griboyedovna, or the rivers Moika or Fontanka. St. Isaacs Cathedral is also not far as is Russia´s main synagogue. This is a truly interesting and unique area of the city.


Low Season:
Jan 11 - Apr 14, Oct 01 - Dec 22
$67 / night

High Season:
Apr 15 - May 31, July 11 - Sept 30
$105 / night

Peak Season:
Dec 22 - Jan 10, June 1 - July 10
$127 / night

[upd: 09.Jun.10]

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