After visiting the Saint Isaac's Cathedral, we walked past the Neva river. During the walk we came across the statue of Bronze Horseman - statue of Peter the Great on whose name the city of Saint Petersburg was named after. Also, during the tour, we got a glimpse of the Peter and Paul Fortress.
With Bright sun in the sky and mild breeze tickling the cheeks, it was a relaxing stroll. I must mention over here, tourists who wish to visit a place that feels like a city of Europe but is pocket friendly as well, must consider St. Petersburg as their Holiday destination. This urban city is well connected with a web of metro of which one token will cost you about 45 rubles. You can also rent a bicycle to take a tour around the old streets of the city which will cost you somewhere around 200 rubles for 24 hours. Hop on Hop off bus service is also available that tours around the city.