About 1 mile south from the bright lights and excitement of downtown St. Petersburg, Russia, is the much-loved neighborhood of Admiralteyskiy.
With superb attractions like the Catherine Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo, Summer Garden and the State Russian Museum, you'll never have to look too far for things to see and do in and around St. Petersburg.
Admiralteyskiy is conveniently located close to some great St. Petersburg sights, such as the Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood and Kazan Cathedral.
If you would like to find a place to sleep that is not far from the State Russian Museum, you're spoiled for choice in Admiralteyskiy. Check out the packages at the Rocco Forte Astoria Hotel, Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, Four Seasons Hotel Lion Palace St. Petersburg, Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 and The Taleon Imperial Hotel.
Bread Museum is bound to be a remarkable experience. After a busy day of sightseeing, you won't need to commute far to get to a hotel. The Grand Hotel Emerald and Martin Hotel are two great options to choose from nearby. Check out the exhibits at Loft Project Etagi. Accommodation choices to investigate around here are the Hotel Novotel Saint Petersburg Centre and Nevsky Forum Hotel.
There's a wide range of hotels and apartments in Admiralteyskiy. Among Admiralteyskiy's most budget-aware accommodation options are the Hostel Yes and Simple Hostel Gorokhovaya.
For a place to base yourself that is a bit more upmarket, check out Admiralteyskiy's the Ambassador Hotel and Red Stars Hotel.
Have a break from discovering the sights of Admiralteyskiy and relax over a coffee at R-2. Рибай Бар/ Ribeye Bar is the food joint to head to when it's near dinner time. After a busy day, grab an icy beer and mingle with the locals at The Tramp.