St. Petersburg Top Shopping Centers

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St. Petersburg Top Shopping Centers

Most people take a trip to St. Petersburg to taste the Russian art, culture, and enjoy the architecture in this city, and nothing’s wrong with that, but if you know the right place, St. Petersburg has loads of shopping centers that are just like a paradise for people who love to shop.  We have got multiple articles about top attractions of St. Petersburg, but as one of the best tour operators in Russia with more than a decade of experience, Star Travel Group knows it as its duty to introduce these shopping-paradises to its travelers who have decided to pick Star Travel Group as their tour manager. Here are our top choices for shopping in St. Petersburg, which we recommend our traveler to explore.

Nevsky Center

 

Nevsky Center

The seven-floor modern Nevsky Center locates at the heart of the city, at the intersection of Vosstaniya and Nevsky streets. One can find about 100 shops mainly focus on fashion and apparel, offering the top fashion brands from excellent quality goods with affordable prices to the brands for people who aren’t on budget travel. There’s also an entire floor designated to services like gym, spa, beauty salon, massage center, and yoga club. Besides all of these services, you can also enjoy an astounding meal at the rooftop restaurant or a relaxing drink at the top floor café houses. The Nevsky Center locates in the historic district of the city, which means you can visit it while you tour around the place. The nearest metro station near this store is the Vossitoniya station. 

The Passage

 

The Passage

The Passage Shopping Center is one of the oldest malls in St. Petersburg, opened in 1848, and much like the famous Gum Mall in Moscow, it’s a fusion of historic buildings and modernized interior. It also has a glass roof, but on a much smaller scale compare to Gum Mall. The Passage went under multiple renovations throughout its presence, and the latest one isn’t still complete, but you can still enjoy shopping in this three-floor luxury shopping center. While it’s well-known for its international and Russian beauty hubs, jewelry stores, and fashion shops, it’s a magnificent place for people who want to purchase souvenirs from St. Petersburg. The Passage doesn’t have many choices for restaurants and cafes, but since you’re in the heart of the city, finding top restaurants and cafes shouldn’t be a problem. The nearest metro station to this shopping center is the Gostiny Dvor station.

Bolshoy Gostiny Dvor

 

Bolshoy Gostiny Dvor

Great Gostiny Dvor is the oldest shopping center of St. Petersburg, which locates at the historic district of St. Petersburg on Nevsky Street. The 250-year-old walkway shopping center of Bolshoy Gostiny Dvor isn’t only for people who love to shop, but it’s also a quite reliable place for people who admire the Russian neoclassical architecture. Even if you don’t have any plan to buy anything, you can enjoy the atmosphere and entertainment in this shopping center while your friends and family go for shopping, but if you do want to buy things, this place is excellent for purchasing souvenirs, shoes, cosmetics, clothes, toys, and music instruments. It also has its second floor entirely dedicated to fashion and beauty products. The Gostiny Dvor station is the nearest metro station to this shopping center.

Grand Palace Boutique

 

Grand Palace Boutique

The Grand Palace Boutique is one of the elite shopping centers of St. Petersburg, where stylish shoppers and fashionistas go when they want to purchase some high-end quality apparel. This modern shopping center offers multiple international and top Russian brands of clothes, shoes, jewelry, accessories, home decors, and cosmetics. This shopping center is also the place where tour operators offer their travelers since it has a modern European appearance and top international brands. We at the Star Travel Group also suggest this place to people who are not on budget travel to St. Petersburg. The nearest metro station to this modern shopping center is the Nevsky Prospekt station.

Au Pont Rouge

 

Au Pont Rouge

Au Pont Rouge or APR was one of the first department stores of St. Petersburg, where the Imperial Family went for shopping in 1907. Vladimir Lipsky and Konstantin de Rochefort had designed this building in the most leading cultural point of St. Petersburg before the October Revolution, but the store closed soon after, and only recently re-opened in 2015. Christopher Jenner and Rafael de Cardenas have helped APR to bring the Art Nouveau and modern styles back to the restored, modernized shopping center. This six-floor shopping center is exceptional for people who are on budget travel and don’t want to miss the popular high-end quality products. We at the Star Travel Group would recommend this store to people who have plans to purchase top fashion industry goods such as beauty products, shoes, children wear, cosmetics, and jewelry from international brands or young Russian designers. You can also find multiple off-deals and sales in this shopping center. The nearest metro station to this shopping center is Admiralteiskaya station.

DLT Department Store

 

DLT Department Store

DLT shines like a gem among department stores of St. Petersburg; you can notice the high fashion life in every corner of this modern shopping center. DLT opened in 1908, and today, with more than seven hundred brands, considered to be main Russia’s department store, TsUM’s flagship. This beautiful five-floor shopping center presents multiple collections of womenswear, menswear, children’s wear, bags, shoes, and other accessories along with jewelry, cosmetics, perfumery, and other beauty products to its customers. The prices of the same brands in this store are quite lower than its rival shopping centers in Dubai, Milan, or London since 2018, when DLT offered Tax-Free Services applied on shoes, apparel, accessories, cosmetics, perfumery, proclaim, and jewelry. This place is also excellent for people who want to buy stylish souvenirs from St. Petersburg. We at the Star Travel Group recommend DLT as the best shopping center in St. Petersburg to our travelers. This place is only a few minutes’ walk from the Palace Square, and the Nevsky Prospekt Station is the nearest metro station to this place.

 

St. Petersburg Top Shopping Centers

As you can notice, St. Petersburg isn’t only for people who want to learn about Russian culture and art but a great place for shopping in all of Europe. We at the Star Travel Group have more tips and pieces of advice for our travelers who want to visit St. Petersburg or any other tourist-destination places in Russia, which you can find in our blog. You can also discover our top suggestions and features about the attractions of Russia, leading shopping centers, choicest restaurants, traditional meals, and travel guides for our travelers under the section of ‘Travel to Russia’ on our website.