First day in St. Petersburg was amazingly relaxing. I checked into Cuba Hostel at 7 in the morning. Despite its central location, the place was average and so was the staff in terms of hospitality. After freshening up, I went out for breakfast at a cafe nearby then I took a walk around the neighbourhood.
I spotted a number of popular tourist locations in Petersburg within a short span of time. Perks of living at the city center. 🙂
It’s hard not to fall in love with the vibes in this city. The architecture, the people, the atmosphere. Everything! ❤
I also met some pretty friendly people right from the first day. My favourite was this cute guy who jumped into my frame and held up a peace sign ready for a picture as I was trying to get a shot of some building. He had a really gorgeous smile. 🙂
That’s St. Issac’s Cathedral at the background.
The Kazan Cathedral.
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood.
Matryoshka dolls, most popular Russian souvenirs.
St. Petersburg has some pretty cool metro stations.
I’m a sucker for yummy, pretty looking smoothies. 🙂
Always be kind.