Palace Embankment in St. Petersburg

Palace Embankment is the promenade on the Neva River in the center of St. Petersburg. It runs from the Fontanka River Embankment to the Palace Bridge, beyond which it continues to the Admiralteyskaya Embankment. Behind the Fontanka it continues with the Kutuzov Embankment.

Length – 1.3 km.

The buildings of the State Hermitage, the Russian Museum, etc. are located on the embankment. The above-mentioned buildings occupy the Winter and Marble Palaces, respectively, hence the name Palace.

Main attractions

Laundry bridge

Summer garden

Swan Canal

Novo-Mikhailovsky Palace

Palace of Vladimir Alexandrovich

Hermitage Theater

Hermitage Bridge

Big Hermitage

New Hermitage

Winter Palace (Palace embankment, 2)

Nearest metro stations:

Nevsky Prospekt, exit to the Griboyedov Canal (1.2 km)ю

Public transport crossing the embankment:

Stop “Palace Embankment” at the Palace Bridge:
Bus: routes 3M, 3Mb, 5M, 5Mb, 7, 10, 24, 191.
Trolleybus: routes 1, 7, 10, 11.

Stop “Suvorovskaya Square” near the Trinity Bridge:

Bus: lines 46, 49.

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