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To reach St. Petersburg from Moscow, the nation's capital, you'd need to head 390 miles to the northwest. Another good point of reference is Koltushi, which lies 11 miles to the east.
Looking for a few family-friendly activities? Treat the kids to a visit to the Horrors of St. Petersburg Museum and Divo Ostrov. The St. Petersburg Wax Museum is yet another fun-filled spot that will put a grin on everyone's faces!
Keen to encourage your children's curiosity about the world of wildlife? Take them on a trip to the Leningradskiy Zoopark, where inquisitive young minds will discover what an animal likes to eat, the types of sounds it makes and a whole lot more!
For a pleasant morning out, head over to the St. Petersburg Botanical Garden or the Tavrichesky Garden. The wandering pathways and beautifully presented gardens are sure to please.
Nestle in with a novel, play a game or just watch the clouds drift by at Summer Garden and Peterhof Palace and Garden. If you're after more options, find a nice spot and let a few hours pass lazily by at New Holland Island or Petrovsky Park.
Don't spend all your time hitting up shopping centres and museums. Venture into nature! Kirov Park is an awe-inspiring pocket of beauty where you can get some much-needed clean, fresh air.
After compelling exhibits? Look no further than State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace and the State Russian Museum. Remember to ask the friendly staff about group tours. Museum enthusiasts also need to go to Planetarium and Menshikov Palace.
From the design and construction of different ships to the artefacts found inside the hull, the interesting displays at the C-189 Submarine Museum and the Icebreaker Krasin will entice anyone who's interested in St. Petersburg's seafaring history.
The fantastic scientific objects and displays at Pulkovo Observatory and the Vasily Dokuchaev Museum of Soil Science are bound to get your mind into gear. For even more from the realm of science, make the trip to the LabyrinthUm. Don't forget to enquire about any special exhibitions that are on.
You'll uncover all kinds of specimens and other items from the natural world at the Arctic and Antarctic Museum and the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography. The earth's treasures are almost infinite, and you can dig up some more of them at the Zoological Museum and the Russian Museum of Ethnography.
In a place that's filled to the brim with impressive art collections, the Hermitage Storage Facility and the Academy of Fine Arts Museum shine brighter than the rest. More one-of-a-kind canvases and striking sculptures await you at the Museum of Applied Art and the Erarta Museum and Galleries of Contemporary Art.
Take a journey back through time and uncover the events and people that have contributed to this region at the Matyushin House and the Kirov Apartment Museum. The Kirovsky Zavod Museum of History and Technology and the State Museum of the Political History of Russia are also worth a day out for an even greater insight into the past.
Gain a deeper understanding of the past when you explore St. Petersburg's history-filled attractions. Though you're spoilt for choice, Catherine Palace and Park in Tsarskoye Selo and Kazan Cathedral are wonderful places to begin. If you have time up your sleeve, Peter and Paul Fortress and Alexander Palace should also be on your itinerary.
Italian Bridge and Blagoveshchensky Bridge have stood guard over the waters of St. Petersburg for what feels like forever, so the least you can do in return is pay them a brief visit. They aren't alone. Liteyny Bridge and Lions Bridge have also been awaiting you for a long time.
Travellers with an interest in military history must see Kronstadt Fortress and Gosudarev Bastion. Picture the intense sieges that happened there and see the ingenious design that made them hard to attack.
They were certainly trying to be extravagant when they created Yusupov Palace and Tauride Palace, and it certainly worked! Of course, they aren't the only shiny residences you'll find in St. Petersburg. Anichkov Palace and Yelagin Palace are also worth a visit.
With its impenetrable walls and grand turrets, St. Michael's Castle is a charming fortification. Gaze upon its exterior or simply close your eyelids and imagine what it was like in its glory days.
Visitors interested in learning about the city's religious background should make a day of Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood and St. Isaac's Cathedral. Trinity Cathedral and the Grand Choral Synagogue also interest many spiritually curious travellers.
You'll probably feel as though there's nothing left to do after exploring St. Petersburg's most popular tourist attractions, but don't check in for that flight home just yet. There are still plenty of surprises left. Why not spend time at Red Bridge and the Loft Project Etagi? Palace Bridge and Birzhevoy Bridge also offer something for everyone.