Location & Directions

Neptun Business Hotel

Nearest metro: Zvenigorodskaya, Pushkinskaya

Although the Obvodniy Canal, on which the Neptun is situated, is far from being the prettiest of the city's waterways, the hotel is still very central, and Nevsky Prospekt is only just over 20 minutes on foot or 5-10 minutes by car.

The hotel is very close to the Vitebsk Station, and the neighbouring Pushkinskaya Metro Station. To all other mainline stations it is a 20-minute drive, and the drive to/from Pulkovo-1 and Pulkovo-2 airports should take no more than 40 minutes.

Local Sightseeing

Vitsebsk Station was the first train terminal in Russia, opened in 1837. It is still the most beautiful, a glorious art nouveau building dating from the turn of the last century, with fine recently restored interiors. Trains run from here to Byelorussia, Ukraine and the Baltics, and also to the suburban palaces at Pushkin and Pavlovsk.

A little further from the hotel is the yellow, baroque Vladimirskiy Church, the center of an area that is most famously associated with Feodor Dostoevsky. The Dostoevsky Museum is located in his former apartment near the Kuznechniy Market, which is probably the best in the city and worth visiting for the atmosphere alone.

Zagorodniy Prospekt, also nearby, is one of the city's main streets, with a number of good shopping opportunities.

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