Venice of the North
Venice of the North
St. Petersburg is often referred to as the capital of Russian culture or northern Venice that overcomes with time and distance: a cultural miracle above revolutions and wars. It is the second largest city in Russia and the third largest in Europe. It was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great and for a long time it was the capital of Russia.
Enjoy multiple places of interest such as museums, opera houses and theaters, palaces, parks and monuments. Among them, the world famous Hermitage, the Mariinsky Theater, the Kazan Cathedral, the Grand Peterhof Palace, the St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood and many others. It is a unique city with its own ingenious atmosphere.
The literary and musical heritage of this city is incredible: many writers, poets and composers worked in this mysterious and nebulous place next to Neva. Along with Paris, Rome and Venice, the historic center of St. Petersburg is under the patronage of UNESCO. In addition, here you can find the temples of 42 confessions, including an incredible mosque with a porcelain dome and one of the most beautiful chapels of the Order of Malthus.
Well known for its "white nights", it is also the city of bridges.
This city is famous for its remarkable atmosphere, which boasts of having fortunes with class, heirs of the good taste of the nobles who helped lift it, to the warmth of the creative genius of Pedro I El Grande, lover of unprecedented challenges. Visitors can often hear: "Open your heart to the city and it will open for you and remain in your heart forever." And it really happens when you come to St. Petersburg; It does not matter if it rains or if the sun is fierce, if it is elegant or frozen, the city will give you a warm welcome. It will warm you, calm you and give you hope.
In addition to its cultural values, Saint Petersburg can boast of its new places. Strolling here and there you can see trendy bars, elegant restaurants and interesting places that are up to the times and where you will definitely enjoy spending a few hours.
The local people are romantic and prefer to leave the fast pace of life to Moscow. In their free time, they prefer to sit in a cozy cafeteria, recently opened, in absolute privacy with a book or a glass of wine, talking with a close friend.
Being multilateral, St. Petersburg is enriched with unforgettable impressions, brings pleasant memories and Uemura will surprise you every day.