Bloggers from Germany and Spain tell about tourist St. Petersburg all over the world

08 May 2019

The German delegation of representatives of the largest information edition and popular travel blogs visited St. Petersburg from May 2nd to 6th.

Representatives of, travel blogger Joerg Nicht from Berlin (526k followers), travel-blogger Michael Schultz from Berlin (511k followers), founder of the online travel magazine “1001 Reisetraeume” and travel blog “1001 Momente”, editor-in-chief of one of the most visited online magazines in Germany “Reisen Travel”, and others.

The meeting of journalists with representatives of St. Petersburg tourist companies and infrastructure facilities was held in St. Petersburg Tourist Information Bureau within the framework of the business programme.

The guests from Germany visited the historical places of the city, such as the Hermitage Museum, the Faberge Museum, Tsarskoe Selo and Peterhof.

The number of German tourists arriving in St. Petersburg is growing every year. In 2017, 257000 German citizens visited the city on the Neva, 293000 tourists in 2018, and 55000 Germans visited the city during the World Cup.

Today, May 8, journalists and bloggers from Spain will arrive in St. Petersburg: representatives of the Spanish edition of National Geographic, “Vozpopuli” newspaper, “Tendencias del Mercado del Arte” magazine, travel blogger Guías Viajar (520k followers), travel blogger Noel Bayarri (680k followers), travel blogger Lola from Madrid (543k followers).