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Dear guests, the qualified and attentive staff of the Gogol House Hotel will be happy to assist you in organizing your trip. We will do our best to make your stay unforgettable and comfortable. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Gogol House Hotel!

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Organizing excursions
Organizing excursions

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We offer memorable, picturesque and informative excursions to the magnificent and mysterious St. Petersburg and near towns (Pushkin, Pavlovsk, Peterhof), rivers and canals. Our team can organise individual and different thematic excursions.

We will prepare for you an exclusive program and an individual excursion route with great pleasure. Plannin the excursion we are taking into account your preferences. Excursion service will include the provision of individual transport, accompanying guide, and the entrance tickets to your chosen museums or palaces.

For more information, please, contact us: 8 (812) 315-65-74; 8-921-374-28-10.

 

Sights of Saint-Petersburg

  1. Kazan Cathedral
  2. St Isaac’s Cathedral
  3. Izmailovsky Trinity Cathedral
  4. Hermitage (Winter Palace
  5. Piter and Paul's Fortress
  6. Savior on Spilled Blood
  7. The Summer Garden
  8. The Anichkov Bridge
  9. The Lions’ Bridge
  10. The Pushkin town/ the Amber Chamber
  11. The Pavlovsk
  12. The Peterhof

Day off: Wednesday

www.kazansky-spb.ru

Kazan Cathedral (Cathedral of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God) - one of the largest churches in St. Petersburg, made in the style of Russian classicism. It was built on Nevsky Prospekt in 1801-1811 by architect A. N. Voronikhin for keeping the honorable list of the miraculous icon of the Mother of God of Kazan. After the Patriotic War of 1812 acquired the value of a monument to Russian military glory. In 1813, the general MI Kutuzov was buried here and the keys to the taken cities and other military trophies were placed.

In 1932 it was turned into the Museum of the History of Religion and Atheism, since 1991 it has been a functioning temple that coexisted for several years with the museum exposition. Since 2000 - the cathedral of the St. Petersburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church. The abbot is Archpriest Pavel Krasnozvetov.

The cathedral gave the name Kazan Street, Kazan Island in the Neva Delta and Kazan Bridge at the intersection of Nevsky Prospekt and the Griboedov Canal.

Open Hours: 10:30 am – 6 pm, day off – Wednesday

www.cathedral.ru

St. Isaac's Cathedral (the official name is the Cathedral of St. Isaac the Dalmatian) is the largest Orthodox church in St. Petersburg. It is located on Isaakievskaya square. It has the status of a museum. Registered in June 1991, the church community received the opportunity to perform divine services in the cathedral. Today, services at the St. Isaac's Cathedral are held daily, except Wednesday. Sanctified in the name of St. Isaac of Dalmatia, revered by Peter I the saint, as the emperor was born on the day of his memory - May 30, according to the Julian calendar. Museum complex "State Museum-monument" St. Isaac's Cathedral. "

Built in 1818-1858 by the architect Auguste Montferrand; The construction was supervised by Emperor Nicholas I, the chairman of the construction commission was Karl Opperman. On May 30 (June 11), 1858, the new cathedral was solemnly consecrated by Metropolitan Grigory (Postnikov) of Novgorod, St. Petersburg, Estland and Finland.

The creation of Montferran is the fourth temple in honor of Isaac of Dalmatia, built in St. Petersburg.

Izmailovsky Trinity Cathedral - Orthodox Cathedral on Troitsky Prospekt in the Admiralteysky District of St. Petersburg. The full historical name is the Cathedral of the Holy Life-Giving Trinity of the Life Guards of the Izmailovsky Regiment.

The parish of the church belongs to the St. Petersburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, it is part of the Admiralteysky deanery district. The rector is Mitred Protopriest Gennady Bartov.

Open Hours: 10:30 am – 6 pm, on Wednesday and Friday – up to 9 pm. Last Thursday of the month – free entrance

www.hermitagemuseum.org

The Winter Palace in St. Petersburg - in the past the main Imperial Palace of Russia, located at Palace Square, 2 / Dvortsovaya Embankment, 38. The current building of the palace (the fifth) was built in 1757-1762 by the Italian architect BF Rastrelli in a lush style Elizabethan baroque with elements of French rococo in interiors. Since the Soviet era, the main exposition of the State Hermitage has been housed in the palace.

Since the end of construction in 1762 to 1904 was used as the official winter residence of Russian emperors. In 1904, Nicholas II moved his permanent residence to the Alexander Palace in Tsarskoe Selo. From October 1915 until November 1917, a hospital named after Tsarevich Alexei Nikolayevich was working in the palace. From July to November 1917, the Provisional Government was located in the palace. In January 1920, the State Museum of the Revolution was opened in the palace, dividing the building from the State Hermitage up to 1941.

The Winter Palace and the Palace Square form the most beautiful architectural ensemble of the modern city and are one of the main objects of domestic and international tourism

Open hours: 9am-8pm

 

Piter ans Paul's Fortress was founded on the May 27th 1703. According to the legend, Peter the Great has chosen this place for the new fortress by himself on the Hair Island. The island is situated in the estuaire of the Neva river. During the 1731 - 1858 period Peter and Paul's cathedral used to be the main eglise of the city and used to belong to the governmental departament. Later on the cathedral hsas become the Romanovs' (tsar dinasty) burial vault.

Day off: Wednesday

www.cathedral.ru

Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ on Blood, or the Church of the Savior on Blood in St. Petersburg - Orthodox memorial single-altar church in the name of the Resurrection of Christ; was erected in memory of the fact that on this place 1 [13] March 1881, as a result of the assassination, Emperor Alexander II was mortally wounded (an expression on the blood indicates the blood of the king). The temple was built as a monument to the tsar-martyr with funds collected throughout Russia [1].

Located in the historical center of St. Petersburg on the bank of the Griboedov Canal near the Mikhailovsky Garden and Konyushennaya Square. The height of the nine-headed temple is 81 m, capacity is up to 1600 people. It is a museum and a monument of Russian architecture.

The temple was built by the decree of Emperor Alexander III in 1883-1907 on the joint project of architect Alfred Parland and archimandrite Ignatius (Malyshev), who later left the construction. The project is executed in the "Russian style", somewhat reminiscent of the Moscow Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed. Construction lasted 24 years. On August 19, 1907 the cathedral was consecrated.

Open Hours: 10:00 am – 10 pm, Tuesday – day off

 

Summer Garden - a monument of landscape art of the early 18th century. The garden was broken in 1704 near the summer residence of Peter I and was planned by the king himself. The territory of the Summer Garden then stretched from the Neva to the modern Nevsky Prospekt. At that time, so-called regular parks with a strict geometric layout of avenues, lawns, and clipped trees were popular. To drain the swampy ground, channels and ponds were dug, the Moika River was connected to the Fontanka River.

The bridge received its name from the name of the builder, Lieutenant Colonel-Engineer M.O. Anichkov, whose battalion was stationed in the days of Peter the Great at Fontanka, in Anichkovaya Sloboda.

This is truly one of the most famous bridges in St. Petersburg. A fame Anichkov bridge was mainly given sculpture group "Tamer of horses" by PK Klodt. The image of the tamed horse became one of the symbols of the city.

It is interesting that statues of horses that "look" towards the Admiralty have horseshoes on their hoofs, while statues of horses looking towards the Square of the Rebellion do not have horseshoes. A common legend explains this by the fact that in the 18th century on Liteiny Prospekt there were foundry workshops (from where the prospectus actually got its name) and smithies. Therefore, savvy horses "go" from the smithies, to the beginning of the avenue, and the unkempt horses are on the contrary located in the direction of Liteiny Prospekt.

Anichkov Bridge is a monument of the blockade: on the granite of the pedestal, an unrecovered track was left of the fragments of the German artillery shell.

In the Anichkov Bridge area there is Anichkov Palace, Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace, Fountain House.

The lion bridge connects the Kazan and Spassky islands through the Griboedov channel. The bridge was opened in 1725 and was originally called "The Bridge of Four Lions" or "The Bridge of Four Lions" because of the decorative sculptures installed on it. As in the case of other pedestrian chain bridges, these sculptures conceal the cast-iron parts of the bridge's supports connected by metal chains that stretch out of the open lions' mouths. Designed such a design engineer G. Tretter and the creator of cast-iron lions sculptor P. P. Sokolov. Lion Bridge survived several restorations. The last restoration of the Lion Bridge took place shortly before the celebration of the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg. The bridge tried to completely restore its historical appearance, to recreate even the smallest, minor ones did.

Day off: Tuesday, last Monday of the month

www.tzar.ru

The city is named after Pushkin in honor of the famous Russian poet, whose life was closely connected with these places. Until 1918 the city was called Tsarskoe Selo. For two centuries, since the XVIII century, Tsarskoe Selo was the grand summer residence of Russian emperors. Here is the famous Amber Room, lost during the Great Patriotic War and restored to the 300th anniversary of St. Petersburg in 2003.

In the reign of Catherine II, the Alexander Palace, the Agate Rooms, the Cameron Gallery and the Grand-Ducal Corps were built; were expanded and decorated with many new buildings and monuments in honor of the empress's associates. Construction in Tsarskoe Selo continued under Alexander I and Nicholas I. According to Alexander's decision, in 1810 the Lyceum was opened, in which ASPushkin and other prominent figures of Russian culture studied.

In the Alexander Palace since 1905, the last Russian autocrat Nicholas II was permanently living, until his arrest in 1917.

In Tsarskoye Selo in all its completeness there is a variety of artistic styles of baroque (in the buildings of F.-B. Rastrelli) and classicism (in the buildings of Charles Cameron, J. Quarenghi, V. Stasov and others). Pushkin is listed in the list of cities protected by UNESCO.

Day off: Friday, first Monday of the month

www.pavlovskmuseum.ru

In 1777, Catherine II presented the land in the valley of the river Slavyanka to her son Pavel and his wife Maria Feodorovna on the occasion of the birth of their first-born - the future Emperor Alexander I. The estate was named "Pavlovskoye village". Pavlovsk is famous for its outstanding palace and park ensemble of the late XVIII - early XIX centuries. Here was the summer residence of Paul I. The ensemble of the palace and park was created for 50 years. Formation of the collections of the Pavlovsk Palace is associated with the travel of the owners of Pavlovsk across Europe in 1781-1782. They bought paintings, furniture, bronze ware, silk fabrics, porcelain sets, antique sculpture from Italy. Architects of the Palace: C. Cameron, V. Brenna, D. Quarenghi, A. Voronikhin, K. Rossi, sculptors M. Kozlovsky, I. Martos, I. Prokofiev, F. Gordeev, G. Demuth-Malinovsky. Pavlovsk is listed in the list of cities protected by UNESCO.

Day off: Monday, last Tuesday of the month

www.peterhof.ru

Architects: I. Braunstein, J.-B. Leblon, N.Miketti, M.Zemtsov, P.Eropkin, T.Usov, I.Ustinov, F.Isakov, water technicians V.Tuvolkov and P.Sualem, sculptor K.Rastrelli, gardeners L.Garnikhfelt, A.Borisov.

Petrodvorets originally arose because of the regular trips of Peter I from the under construction Petersburg to the under construction Kronstadt. For the rest of the king on the territory were built parelitsy. For the first time this place is mentioned in 1705. Later, in 1714 Peter had a plan to create a suburban residence, which in its luxury would not be inferior to the French Versailles. In the years 1720-1921, a unique water conduit is being designed by engineer Vasily Tuvolkov. Peterhof is listed in the list of cities protected by UNESCO.

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