Many of St. Petersburg’s most popular attractions are located close to Lomonosov, making it a great place to base yourself while you are in town. Among the most interesting places to explore are the fabulous Navy Cathedral and the incredible Konstantinovsky Palace. And if your schedule allows, be sure to visit Petrolesport Terminal and the Lenexpo Exhibition Complex.
To better understand St. Petersburg, take a trip to one of its museums and theaters. Spend a quiet afternoon admiring the exhibits at Menshikov Palace, Yelagin Palace and the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts.
When it’s time to escape the bustling streets of St. Petersburg, head to the nearby outdoor areas. Go for a long walk in the New Holland Island.
While you are in and around Lomonosov, stop by the Grand Choral Synagogue and the Narva Triumphal Arch. Peer back through the mists of time by seeing some historic sites, such as the Narva Triumphal Arch.
If you have a passion for sports, don’t miss the opportunity to see local legends, the Zenit Saint Petersburg, take to the field at Petrovsky Stadium. To look like a local, don’t forget to pack some blue and white, the colors of the Zenit Saint Petersburg.
To really get to know this fascinating part of the world, consider staying at one of the area’s charming bed and breakfast or hotel options. Take your pick from the Solo Sokos Hotel Palace Bridge, the Solo Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky, or the Courtyard by Marriott St. Petersburg Center West Pushkin.