We are promised that the temperature in December won't get lower than -6 degrees Celsius in the afternoon. So we suggest you catch the last train and book a walking tour for December, since it will be very hard to walk for 4 hours straight up till March (especially considering the humidity in St. Petersburg)! And if you tell the secret word "DECEMBER", we will give you a 10% discount for the tour!
Malaya Morskaya St., 7 Griboyedov Canal, 18 The most St. Petersburg bakery you can find! There is a big variety of pastries and sweet desserts there. Be careful during lunch hours there tends to be quite a lot of people there
Bolshaya Konyushennaya St., 25 A well known St. Petersburg's pyshechnaya! We just have to warn you: Instagram and reality are quite different. In that café coffee is being poured from a big tub, there are pieces of paper instead of napkins, and the interior hasn't changed since the Soviet period. Everyone who has been to St. Petersburg simply has to taste pyshky (a type of sweet pastry), but make sure you have enough time - sometimes the queue is so big that it goes all the way outside the café into the street
Nevsky Pr. 114-116; Nevsky Pr. 55; Nevsky Pr. 26; Kazanskaya St. 1/25 А Let's just make this part of the list so that you know the addresses. After all, who hasn't heard about Starbucks? ⠀
Nevsky Pr., 28 Cozy cafe overlooking Kazan Cathedral. It's quite hard to get a place here during summer, but in the winter it can be easily done. In the menu besides coffee and pastries there are dishes of the Russian and European cuisine. There are tasty breakfast options from 9 to 12 there! ⠀
Nevsky Pr, 56 Home Trade Association "Eliseev Brothers" was built in 1902, people bought delicacies there, even during the time of the Soviet deficiency. Today you can get sweets, caviar, souvenirs and many other things there. There are 2 restaurants in the store and a café in the middle of it. If you are lucky, you'll get to drink coffee while sitting under a palm tree in the middle of the room