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Traveled from the cruise terminal in St. Petersburg to Kronstadt and enjoyed getting out of the city for a visit to this amazing Cathedral. Did a city tour before needing out of town and was thrilled to see how much progress has been made in...More
You can go to Kronstadt by public transport, it’s very cheap! You will meet young naval soldiers, original soviet like cafeterias and a large Lenin statue. From the harbour you can take a trip to the fortress ruins. Only in Russian. I really enjoyed our...More
Kronstadt is probably the most under-visited (by foreigners) attraction in St. Petersburg. That makes it wonderful. It is a bit of a “specialist” interest. If it is your first time in St. Petersburg, you should probably instead visit the other obvious, world renown, glitzy attractions...More
It is the site of St. Petersburg`s main seaport, also the site of the Kronstadt rebellion. The Navy was busy with a exercise in front of the Cathedral and it was interesting. In the late 1930`s it was an important tranining centre for the Soviet...More
At the time of Sovietr Union it was closed place you may get inside just with special permit. Now there are tours, and it possible to see military ships ,but the city at all required refurbishment ,there is just one glamour point -Naval cathedral just...More