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1913 Hotel

Nearest metro: Sadovaya, Sennaya Ploshchad, Spasskaya

Located in an attractive 19th century apartment building on Voznesenskiy Prospekt, one of central St. Petersburg's major avenues, the 1913 Hotel is in the very centre of the city, surrounded by historic architecture and a few steps from St. Petersburg's famous canals and many of the city's most popular visitor attractions.

The nearest metro station to the 1913 Hotel is the interchange of three stations (Sennaya Ploshchad on the blue line, Sadovaya on the purple line and Spasskaya on the orange line) on Sennaya Ploshchad, approximately ten minutes' walk from the hotel. For St. Petersburg's mainline railway stations, the journey between Moscow or Vitebsk Railway Stations and the 1913 Hotel will take less than 20 minutes by car in reasonable traffic, while Finland and Ladoga Stations can be accessed in closer to 30 minutes.

Pulkovo International Airport is approximately 15 km from the hotel, and can be reached by taxi or transfer in 30-45 minutes in reasonable traffic.

Local Sightseeing

The 1913 Hotel is within comfortable walking distance of many St. Petersburg's most famous visitor attractions, among them St. Isaac's Cathedral, the fabulous neoclassical church that was the life's work of French architect Auguste de Montferrand. Completed in 1858, the cathedral's interiors are lavishly decorated in marble and malachite, with intricate mosaics, while the gold dome is a city landmark. Equally essential is the cathedral colonnade at the base of the dome, which offers spectacular panoramic views over the historic centre.

Other sites on St. Isaac's Square include a famous equestrian statue of Tsar Nicholas I, designed by de Montferrand and the celebrated German-Russian sculptor Peter Klodt and the Mariinsky Palace, built by court architect Andrey Stackensneider as a wedding present for Nicholas I's daughter, Maria Nikolaevna. It now houses St. Petersburg's Legislative Assembly.

Heading south from the 1913 Hotel, it only takes around ten minutes to walk to the Mariinsky Theatre, St. Petersburg's world-renowned theatre of opera and ballet, which continues to wow audiences with its stunningly ornate interiors and high performance standards led by flamboyant conductor Valery Gergiev. Near the theatre, the St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral is one of St. Petersburg's most beautiful baroque churches.

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