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5 voyageurs
2 chambres
3 lits
Par nuit
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Strictly functional, modern design 2 bedroom apartment in the historic center of St. Petersburg. One of the main advantages of the apartment - its location: close to the embankment of the Moika River, near the Palace Square and the Hermitage Museum, a short walk from Nevsky Prospekt. The apartment windows overlook the landscaped private courtyard, double-glazed windows. The apartment has everything necessary for living.


Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 5
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 2
Lits : 3
Arrivée : À partir de 16:00
Départ : 15:00
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Caution : 114€
Conditions d'annulation : Flexibles

Description

Strictly functional, modern design 2 bedroom apartment in the historic center of St. Petersburg. One of the main advantages of the apartment - its location: close to the embankment of the Moika River, near the Palace Square and the Hermitage Museum, a short walk from Nevsky Prospekt. The apartment windows overlook the landscaped private courtyard, double-glazed windows. The apartment has everything necessary for living.

with modern design 2 bedroom apartment in the historic center of St. Petersburg. One of the main advantages of the apartment - its location: close to the embankment of the Moika River, near the Palace Square and the Hermitage Museum, a short walk from Nevsky Prospekt. The apartment windows overlook the landscaped private courtyard, double-glazed windows. The apartment has everything necessary for living.

1st room (isolated, 12 sq.m.): 2-bed, recliner chair, chair, wardrobe, LCD TV on the wall, a desk lamp.
2nd room (isolated, 13 sq.m.): 2 double bed, sofa, chair, wardrobe, reading lamps, a small tube TV.
Kitchen (non-insulated): kitchen, dining table and chairs, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, washing machine, small electric stove.
WC (separate): sanitary, shower.
Hot water: electric boiler.

What's around

One of the first foreign traders settled in the Stables. What makes the area appear Lutheran church of St. Peter on the Nevsky Prospekt, the Finnish and Swedish on the Big and Small Stables streets. At the beginning of the XVIII century as a result of a dispute between the Finnish and Swedish settlers Big Stables was "Finnish", and Minor - "Swedish". Today on Malaya Konyushennaya is "Swedish House" and the Swedish consulate.

On Nevsky Prospekt from the Sinks to Great Stables extended house of the Dutch church. At the beginning of the XIX century in this house lived the Dutch ambassador Baron von Gekkern along with his stepson Dantes - historical personalities who have left a sad trail of Russian history and culture.

Not far from the house number 1 is B.Konyushennoy Palace Square. Its grandiose ensemble was finalized by Carlo Rossi in 1829, when the celebrated architect built the two long buildings for the General Staff, the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, interconnected majestic arch. This triumphal arch - the personification of Russia's military glory won in the 1812 war (the victory chariot with figures of warriors). Legend has it that when, after the completion of the Emperor Nicholas I questioned the reliability of facilities and expressed their concerns to the architect, Rossi climbed the arch and there told the emperor that if the arch will fall, he is "ready to fall with it!".

In the center of Palace Square in 1834 was a monument to Alexander I - the winner of Napoleon in the war of 1812 Alexander Column Alexander Column or, as we know, is not dug into the ground and fixed to the foundation, and holds its own weight only due to precise calculation. In St. Petersburg, there is a legend that supposedly to be subjected to a column slope or sediment, in its base buried a box of excellent champagne ... Alexander Column - a popular place for meetings and communication among Petersburgers and guests.

Bolshaya Konyushennaya Street connects Konyushennaya Square and the Nevsky Prospekt. Nearby is the Art Square, where the Russian Museum (Mikhailovsky Palace), St. Michael's Theatre, Grand Hall of the Philharmonia. At the corner of Nevsky Prospect and Griboyedov Canal House is the book, where you can not only find any book, but also read a small cafe for a cup of tea or coffee. But best of all, "St. Petersburg" fun - water, or hiking, or biking (for fans of the "little extreme") walk along the embankments of the Neva, Moika, Canal Griboyedov. Or promenade along Nevsky Prospect - one of the symbols of the imperial city.


Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
Pas de fête ni de soirée
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait après 16:00

Disponibilité
Les vendredis et samedis la durée de séjour minimale est de 1 nuit.

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Andrey

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