Location & Directions

Park Inn by Radisson Nevsky St. Petersburg Hotel

Nearest metro: Ploshad Vosstaniya

The Park Inn Nevsky is situated a few steps from Moscow Railway Station (Moskovsky Vokzal) in the commercial centre of St. Petersburg. The hotel has entrances from Nevsky Prospekt, St. Petersburg's famous central avenue, and Goncharnaya Ulitsa, a busy side street. The hotel is convenient for scores of dining options, bars and clubs, and two of St. Petersburg's main central shopping malls, where guests will find well stocked supermarkets and souvenir stores, as well as a wide choice of clothing and electronics.

It is possible via Moscow Station to access two metro stations, Ploshchad Vosstaniya on the red line and Mayakovskaya on the green line. This, combined with the numerous bus and trolleybus services running in both directions along Nevsky Prospekt, means that the Park Inn Nevsky has unparalleled access to public transport for every corner of the city.

As well as being a short walk from Moscow Railway Station, the Park Inn Nevsky is within a 15 to 20-minute drive or metro ride from all other St. Petersburg mainline railway stations.

Pulkovo International Airport is approximately 17km from the hotel. The journey by car will take around 40 minutes, depending on traffic.

Local Sightseeing

The Park Inn Nevsky is just outside the main sightseeing area of St. Petersburg, which begins at the Fontanka River, around 500m up Nevsky Prospekt. However, top attractions such as the Hermitage Museum and St. Isaac's Cathedral are very easily accessed by bus from the hotel in less than 20 minutes.

A few meters from the hotel, Ploshchad Vosstaniya is home to an impressive obelisk that was the last memorial erected in the city to commemorate victory in the Second World War. Across from the obelisk, illuminated letters on the Oktyabrskaya Hotel declare the St. Petersburg-Leningrad's status as a Hero City, one of the Soviet cities that was on the front line of the Nazi invasion. Also on the square, Moscow Railway Station, built by Konstantin Thon, is a fine example of mid-19th century municipal architecture.

Heading east along Nevsky Prospekt, a 15-minute walk will bring you to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, St. Petersburg's main religious centre, with several impressive 18th and 19th century buildings, as well as a cemetery that is the final resting place of several famous Russian cultural figures.

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