If it is raining, Gostiny Dvor is a shopping mall offering more than 50 shops. You can walk inside for 2 hours. There are souvenir shops, caviar shops, and jewelleries.
About Gostiny Dvor
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Located along Nevskly Prospekt is the Gostiny Dvor Departmental Store. There are many shops for selling souvenirs and other commodities and most of the tourists come here to take a rest or using the toilet facilities there after visiting other tourist spots in the vicinity....More
Laid out as a series of concessions, this is a sprawling shop, with lots of different things for both locals and tourists. However, our walking tour did not allow for much time indoors, mainly using the building as a toilet stop for those that required...More
I walked and walked through small shops With staff and hardly any customers. On the ground floor it was mostly souvenirs, purses, shawls, toys, pens and some groceries, and on the first floor there were in one part very boring women's clothing and fur shop...More
From the outside and from the historical perspective - it is OK and even interesting. Just don't go inside. Please. Once you are in, it is almost impossible to get out. And you walk through miles of goods that are of absolutely no interest to...More
This place has over 300 years history, it is quite big,and there you can find any souvenir, from a simple fridge magnet to a sophisticated jewel. Elegant shops selling ceramics, hand painted, caviar and so on. The perfectest place to find everything under one roof.
So this is the old shopping centre and has been modernised for today's shopping needs. It has everything. We found a great vintage camera shop and souvenir shop with babushka half the price of Moscow! The building is amazing. Take a walk on the top...More
Gostiny Dvor is one of many architectural sites in St. Petersburg in general and on Nevsky Prospect in particular. The building houses a number of stores selling mostly items of interest to tourists such as souvenirs or jewelry. This is certainly worth a walk-though, especially...More
Our private guide took us by St. Petersburg's largest and oldest department store, Gostiny Dvor. It is one of Nevsky Prospekt's most famous landmarks, and has been at the center of trade in the city for 250 years. You might say that Empress Elizabeth created...More
Used to be (and still) central department store with dozens of shop. But if you are not into shopping, it is worth to come just to see the building.