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A visit to the cathedral alone is not justified in my opinion but if you are already exploring the Peter and Paul Krepost then you should stop by.
The tickets for the cathedral can be purchased separately like all the other sites at the krepost....More
Peter & Paul Cathedral is the tallest building in St Petersburg's historic area and is the focal point of the Fortress. This beautiful Cathedral dates to the 1720s. Many of the Romanov tsars are buried in the Cathedral, including the last rulers Nicholas & Alexandra.
The reason most people visit this cathedral is because it is where the Tsars and their families are buried. The cathedral is in the Peter and Paul Fortress. It was a nice stopover, but if you have limited time, visit some of the other cathedrals...More
The Cathedral is the first stone church in St. Petersburg, raised in the time of Peter the Great and designed by Domenico Trezzini. The bell tower of Cathedral is the tallest world's Orthodox bell tower. Inside are the imperial tombs. The cathedral's architecture also features...More
Dont believe them that the 600руб ticket includes everything. IT DOESN'T!!
They rent various parts of the museums to 3rd party companies. You have to pay extra for many other exhibits and to walk on top of the wall, etc.
We left feeling very ripped...More
The Peter and Paul Cathedral is within the Peter and Paul Fortress, however its thin golden spire is a very visible landmark form up and down the Neva.
A cool and shady interior is an impressive open space, with no fixed seating increasing the available...More