The Alexander Nevsky Lavra Tour
- City : St. Petersburg
- Season : All seasons
- Duration : 2 h
The Alexander Nevsky Lavra is an Orthodox monastery in St-Petersburg. It was constructed by decree of Peter the Great in 1710. Its original purpose was to house the relics of Saint Alexander Nevsky.
You will discover a cathedral built in the neoclassical style with an entrance with six columns. The visit continues with the Saint Lazarus cemetery (famous people and celebrities), the Saint Nicholas Cemetery (the aristocracy of the old imperial regime), and the Tikhvin cemetery (personalities of the arts and letters).