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Designed in an eclectic neo-Byzantine and Moorish style, the Grand Choral Synagogue is not only a place of worship but a registered landmark and an architectural...
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The state-run Hermitage Museum is one of the largest and oldest museums in the world, founded by Catherine the Great in 1764. The collection of over three million...
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Overlooking Nevsky Prospect and constructed between 1801 and 1811, the Kazan Cathedral is an impressive Orthodox church modeled after the Basilica of St. Peter's in Rome...
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A café, library and art gallery, Café Zoom is open from breakfast until midnight and popular with a local student crowd, which means it is sometimes hard or a wait to...

Nightlife

Central Station has been the city's largest gay club since 2005, most popular with gay men but increasingly also with a straight crowd that equally enjoys the nightly...

Nightlife

Holy Water has gone for a Berlin brothel feel in the historic city center and attracts a creative if not queer crowd. There is music most every night with a sprinkling...

Restaurant

Located in the Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, this historic restaurant's setting is as luxurious as the menu. Blinis topped by Beluga and Oscietra caviar are served under...

Nightlife

Look for the metal door marked by the number 69 between the tobacco shop and the pharmacy on Lomonosova Street and you've found The Blue Oyster. Inside is a fun laid...