Nevsky Prospekt

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St. Petersburg's most famous street, the Russian Champs-Élysées, was laid out in 1710, beginning and ending at different bends of the Neva River and just short of 5 km (3 miles) long. Full review →


Lonely Planet

Nevsky Prospekt is Russia’s most famous street, running 4km from the Admiralty to Alexander Nevsky Monastery, from which it takes its name. The inner 2.5km to Moskovsky vokzal is the... Full review →

The traffic and crowds can become oppressive and, after a while, you’ll find yourself going out of your way to avoid the street.

Michelin Guide 53

Nevsky Prospekt, a long 4.5 km straight line laid out in 1710s, is the city's most beautiful avenue and Petersburgers are very fond of its cafés, shops, theatres and cinemas. Full review →


The Telegraph

It’s possible to spend the entire day exploring this three-mile stretch of St Petersburg that was cut through thick woodland in 1718. Full review →

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