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Saint Petersburg sightseeing and things to do in city
Saint Petersburg can be literally called the repository of the greatest heritage of its nation. There you will see the sights from different epochs. For example, the Heritage, which is listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site, was built in 1764 as the gallery for numerous paintings collected by Catherine the Great. Peter and Paul Fortress was erected earlier that century at the order of Tsar Peter I. Initially meant to be used as defensive construction, it later served for a prison, but currently this is an impressive museum and architectural landmark. Saint Petersburg is usually associated with canals and numerous bridges, but this Venice of the North is also known for incredible number of churches and temples. There are temples of 42 different confessions, including the amazing mosque with a porcelain dome. The Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood is the most visited by tourists. It was built by Tsar Alexander III to eternalise the memory of Alexander II killed on that very place. Picturesque place location – the bank of Griboyedov Canal – highlights its pompousness and beauty. It would take hours to describe each of 8,000 attractions of the city, so you should better book a flight from Austin and see them with your own eyes.
Flight information and flight map
Departure from Austin, arrival at Saint Petersburg airport
The distance between destinations is 5554 miles
Approximate flying time from Austin to Saint Petersburg is 11h
Some possible flights from Austin: to San Francisco, to Sao Paulo or to Saint Petersburg: from Denver, from Chicago