Explore & Experience: Money, Honey, & Glamour on Nevsky Avenue in St Petersburg, Russia
From the beginning of XVIII century, the Nevsky Avenue or Prospekt was destined to become the central avenue of St Petersburg, the glamorous capital of the Russian Empire. Every building here has a story to share.
Join my virtual tour to learn why the Nevsky is called the Street of Tolerance and the Street of Banks at the same time. We will see palaces and churches that witnessed important historic events and survived all the turmoil of the past three centuries.
Some landmarks we’ll see together: Admiralty, Kazan Cathedral, Peter and Paul Lutheran Church, and the Singer Building.
Come join this live tour with our fantastic Russian tour guide, Anna, followed by a Q&A.