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Petersburg during your stay, then it should be Peterhof, the greatest of all the city's suburban estates.
While the best time to visit Peterhof is of course the summer season, when all the varied buildings in the park are open to visitors and the famous fountains are in operation (early May to early October), this is also the time when Peterhof is most crowded, with long queues for some of the major attractions, and for transport back to the city.
There are various transport options to get to Peterhof from central St. Electric trains run from Baltiskiy Station to Noviy Peterhof, and take around 45 minutes.
The station is about 20 minutes' walk from the gates to the Upper Garden across Proletarskiy Park, or there are several buses.
At the end of a day’s sightseeing you may relax in the hotel’s wellness centre.
On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
Other highlights include the world famous Bolshoi Theatre, Lubyanka Square - erstwhile home of the KGB!
, Tverskaya, Moscow’s main thoroughfare and the legendary Red Square, home to the GUM, renowned in Soviet times as a place to queue for one’s paltry allocation of pots and plates, now however a thoroughly modern and upmarket department store!
There is also a spa where you can book a traditional massage or just relax after a days’ sightseeing.The style of the hotel is modern with all the facilities you would expect from a hotel of this class, and all rooms are ensuite with air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and a safe.The four-star Mercure Moscow Paveletskaya is located in the centre of Moscow, close to a metro station and a 15-minute walk from the renowned Tretyakov Gallery, the national treasury of Russian fine art.* To see what is included in the price, see what's included below.** Calls to 03 numbers cost no more than calls to geographic numbers (01 or 02) and are included in inclusive minutes and discount schemes in the same 4* Marriott Courtyard City Center is located in a residential area in the historic centre of the city, the hotel is just a short walk away from Red Square, the Kremlin, the city’s main shopping area and a variety of local restaurants which cater to all tastes and preferences.