To feel the real pulse of St. Petersburg, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore nearby areas such as St. Petersburg, Malaya Okhta, and Grazhdanka.
Vacationers in Polyustrovo, looking for something a little out of the ordinary, should head to the nearby cultural attractions. Wander through the exhibits and savor the quiet atmosphere of Planetarium, the Museum of the Defense and Siege of Leningrad and the Pushkin Museum and Memorial Apartment. Enjoy seeing the region’s best and brightest live on stage at the St. Petersburg Philharmonia, the Baltic House Theatre and the Alexandrinsky Theatre.
Looking for things to amuse the kids? Let them run around at the various child-friendly destinations close by. If you enjoy wildlife make sure you add the St. Petersburg Zoo on your itinerary.
St. Petersburg offers a range of interesting sights including the St. Michael's Castle. Those with a passion for religious history should make a trip to Vladimirskaya Church. Learn more about St. Petersburg’s past by visiting heritage sites, such as Marble Palace.
For some retail therapy, explore Gostiny Dvor.
Spend a few hours with fellow sports fans at Petrovsky Stadium, cheering on local favorites, the Zenit Saint Petersburg. On weekends the stadium becomes a sea of blue and white, as soccer fans gather to support their beloved team.
Finding somewhere comfortable to stay in the Polyustrovo area is easy. If you’re looking for a warm welcome and a good nights sleep check out the Corinthia Hotel St Petersburg, the 3 Mosta Hotel, and the popular Hotel Vera.