A cowboy saloon-bar just off Nevskii Prospect, Fort Ross sports swinging doors, country and western and rockabilly sounds, a ... More
A cowboy saloon-bar just off Nevskii Prospect, Fort Ross sports swinging doors, country and western and rockabilly sounds, a wooden eagle perched on the bar and a stuffed, scowling wolve's head just above the dartboard. During the day however, Fort Ross feels very far from the wild west, with only a trickle of customers making the effort to sample its very well-presented and competitively-priced meals. The atmosphere in the evening is nevertheless very different and a youngish crowd can be found, quaffing beer and being entertained, perhaps by a credible-enough blues band. Open daily from noon onwards.
The ground floor of this well known club is the home of big band jazz in St Petersburg; upstairs, more
intimate jazz concerts entertain those looking to sip a cocktail rather than cut a rug. The Philharmonic isn't nearly ...
The Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 is situated in the cultural hub of St Petersburg, near the Palace Square and the
Hermitage Museum . The hotel is housed in a Petersburg mansion, designed by Basil von Witte in 1853, and ...
Sometimes known outside Russia as the Kirov, this is the city's premier cultural venue. Named after Maria Alexandrovna, the wife
of Alexander II, the building dates from 1860 but stands on the same site as a wooden theater erected ...