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 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 55

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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