Dubki Park of Culture and Leisure, Sestroretsk

#28 of 115 in Parks in St. Petersburg
#Nature / Park, #Must See
Dubki Park of Culture and Leisure is located in Sestroretsk. By using our St. Petersburg visit app , you can arrange your visit to Dubki Park of Culture and Leisure and other attractions in St. Petersburg.
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  • The Park is designed not only for hiking or relaxing on the beach, there are also recreational activities. There is a bicycle rental, catamarans, boats and more. Playgrounds, trampolines. Sports activities are conducted continuously, tennis rackets for hire. On stage often hosts concerts and festivals.
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  • Nice and quiet, huge oaks, maples, many range of Maple and oak leaves, acorns)) you can feed bread to the ducks, which are very much)) anywhere there are benches, you can sit, and very clean. The beautiful panorama of the Gulf of Finland)) Park is very large, like a real forest.
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  • This Park is on the shore of the Gulf of Finland was founded by Peter the great as a place of relaxation from the bustle of the city. Alleys with ancient oaks, a chapel, an observation deck, the dot of the great patriotic war, a monument to Peter. And wide ditches filled with water, in which a thinly veiled former channels "Dutch Garden".
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