St Petersburg: The Rough Guide

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Rough Guides, 1998 - Saint Petersburg (Russia) - 408 pages
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St. Petersburg is the linchpin for travel to and around Russia, and this guidebook covers it all in this detailed city-guide format. From the historic Peter and Paul fortress to the remarkable art collection at the Hermitage, "The Rough Guide to St. Petersburg" brings this extraordinary European city fully up-to-date and makes it the most timely guide available. Four pages of color maps. 35 maps and plan.

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A leisurely guide to the main sights of interest, this guide also provides listings for more active pursuits such as nightlife and sports. A chapter of recommended visits within easy reach of the city, such as the Imperial Palaces and the medieval city of Novgorod, rounds out the volume. Read full review

Contents

Basics
34
sport music
41
The Guide
49
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About the author (1998)

Rob Humphreys has written for Rough Guides since 1989. He haRob Humphreys has written for Rough Guides since 1989. He has travelled extensively, writing Rough Guides to Prague, Vies travelled extensively, writing Rough Guides to Prague, Vienna, the Czech and Slovak Republics and St Petersburg. Rob inna, the Czech and Slovak Republics and St Petersburg. Rob is also the co-author of the Rough Guides to Scotland and Scos also the co-author of the Rough Guides to Scotland and Scottish Highlands & Islands. ttish Highlands & Islands.

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