Suburbs of St.Petersburg

Founded by the Swedes at the end of the XIII century, it once belonged to the Finns. In 1710, Vyborg was captured by Peter I, and in 1721 officially became part of the Russian Empire. There are more than 300 attractions in Vyborg… Read More

The pearl of the Leningrad region and a favorite place for recreation of the Tsar Dynasty, all this combines to make Gatchina and its ensemble of palaces and parks. Russian flavor and local architecture, as well as unusual landscapes… Read More

Kronstadt was a naval base and a closed city – island. Now its open for visitors. You will need a whole day, because there are more than 400 monuments of architecture and art tucked away in various parts of the suburb.… Read More

Pushkin (Tsarskoe Selo), located 25 km to the South of St. Petersburg, is one of the brilliant country residences. It was created by celebrated architects, experts of landscape art, sculptors. For 200 years it belonged to the Russian royal family… Read More

Peterhof is one of the most fascinating former royal residences in the suburbs of Saint-Petersburg located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland about 30 km from the city. It is famous for its beautiful parks with numerous fountains… Read More

The Pavlovsk is one of the former royal summer residences situated 32 kilometers south of Saint Petersburg. Catherine II presented her son Paul one thousand acres of land… Read More