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This simply designed bridge crossing the Neva River is best known for the magnificent view it creates when its elevated platforms frame the gilded spire of the SS Peter & Paul Cathedral rising in the background.
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This is one of the most famous things in the city. Outstanding bridges that go up during the night to allow movement of passing ships.
Amazing sight indeed and you can see the timing when the bridge will be up, depending of the day and...More
If you are outside late night, it is worth to watch the Palace Bridge in all opening process It splits in two parts, and by this way the boats can pass and proceed their route in the river. The all happening is like a celebration...More
The Palace Bridge is a short walk from our hotel in St. Petersburg, Solo Sokos Vasilievsky. It is a good place to view the Neva River and the boat cruises. We did not walk the bridge at night, but someones told us the night scene...More
The Palace Bridge spans the Neva River between Palace Square and Vasilievsky Island. We drove back and forth across this bridge on our excursions in St. Petersburg. It provides great views in both directions.
One of nice attractions specially at night in Saint Petersburg watching the bridge and the beauty of light of the city
Weather was raining at around 8:30 pm but still we have great time then we rent a boat for 90 minutes with 650 Rebel’s...More
The Palace Bridge opens up at night at about 2:00 am. There were lots of tourists there and it was quite a sight. I had never seen a bridge open up like that before. Magnificent sight. You must see it when you visit St. Petersburg.
There are lots of boats moored outside the Hermitage. Stroll along the riverside and pick the one you fancy for a night when there is no rain forecast if possible. Our trip included a visit to the Fortress.