Cultural Travel to St. Petersburg and the Hermitage

There are few places on the earth that have the collection of art throughout time under one roof. One such place is the Hermitage in St. Petersburg. Cultural travel to St. Petersburg and the Hermitage is a trip that we should all have on our bucket list. This is a place that houses some of the most magnificent art on the planet. As an example, one of the last paintings that Van Gogh created before he died, called “White House at Night,” was thought to be lost, but in 1995, it was found in the Hermitage. This is a culture that has always valued art.

White House at Night by Van Gogh

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Chris Gray Faust, in USA Today writes about the Heritage:

The Hermitage art museum, the world’s second largest art museum housed in the Winter Palace, has been on my bucket list for years. Stay tuned for a separate post on my visit there, as well as a look at the St. Petersburg Metroand an account of my day trip out to Peterhof, Peter the Great’s Versailles-style mansion and grounds out on the Baltic Sea.

 

Egyptian Hall at the Hermitage- Andrew Bossi

Egyptian Hall at the Hermitage- Andrew Bossi

 

This magnificent hall at the Hermitage is just one of the many splendid treasures that this enormous structure hosts. Cultural Travel to St. Petersburg and the Hermitage is such a treat. Many cruise lines have day trips to the Hermitage, but if you’re really lucky, you can go to Russia on a tourist visa that allows you to stay and visit all of it’s many splendors. Put Russia on your list of places to visit, and while you’re making your reservations, be sure to include travel to St. Petersburg and the Hermitage. To read more about Russia and traveling to Russia and the Hermitage, read the full article here.

 

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