Birzhevoy Bridge across Malaya Neva river is connecting Vasilievskiy Island and Petrogradskaya Storona 

Crossing the mouth of the Malaya Neva River between Vasilevsky Island and Mytninskaya Embankment on the Petrograd Side, the Birzhevoy Bridge (Exchange Bridge), which takes its name from the nearby Stock Exchange Building - "birzha" in Russian - was built between 1957 and 1960, but designed to match the much older Palace Bridge on the other side of the Vasilevsky Island Spit. The five-span steel bridge rests on granite-faced piers of reinforced concrete, and the bridges simple but elegant decorations include cast iron railings featuring nautical decorations.


"Bus tour & Hermitage"

Professional Russian-speaking guides. 3 fixed stops. You will enter the museum without any queue. Ends at the Hermitage

4 h

Jazz under Drawbridges

Treat yourself an unforgettable night cruise along on the comfortable double-deck restaurant-boat. Stunning views of the night city, the St. Petersburg bridges in evening illumination and endless caravan of ships.

  • Address: St. Petersburg, Birzhevoi most
  • Working time: Round table
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