Visited the museum and the dinner at the attached restaurant, even though touristy, had great food! Do try.
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My hotel receptionint recommended this restaurant as meeting my wishes. I was certainly not disappointed, a wonderful gastronomic experience. I had an English speaking waiter and the room was filled with Russian families enjoying the food. I had some superb borsht with lashings of sour...More
Fascinating museum charting the history of Vodka, various options available but I did guide and tasting. Not a large museum but very interesting and my guide was excellent. Had 3 different shots of vodka with 3 local style snacks. You'll only need an hour if...More
Intersting museum of Vodka! Very versatile with intresting stories of Vodka and its history. The personnel represented the museum with good skill of telling many stories. In the end there was a possibility to taste three different Vodkas.
Small, one room museum. You can explore the museum in a few ways: audio guide and tasting, a real guide and tasting, just walk around the museum... we did audio guide and tasting since we wanted to learn something- otherwise you won't get any information....More
Not far from the St Isaacs, good wee tour of the museum from the lovely Veronika, very interesting on how the vodka business was started and the history of it through past years. The amount of vodkas is unbelievable. The ambience of the restaurant was...More
If you want to know anything and everything about Russian Vodka....this is the place to visit. They have a info tour, various types of vodka, tasting, history, everything.....including a vodka bottle like a kalashnikov
Probably a nice museum but did not get much from it. We wanted to get a visit with tasting and audio guides, but all of the audio guides were occupied. We decided to take just the visit and the tasting for 450rub, whereas the visit...More