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St Petersburg Nighttime site seeing

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We will be in St Petersburg early Sept with a Baltic Cruise. I am booking our guide for 3 days but also one evening. I noticed that through Sept 30 Church of the Spilled Blood and Issac's Cathedral are open 6pm-10:30pm. I am considering going inside those in the evening one night in order to maximize our site seeing during the day. I realize I will also definitely want to see the exterior of the Church of the Spilled Blood in the daytime, but any reason going inside these two at night would not be the time to see them?

Anything else to see in the evening (other than theater/ballet/bars). I read from one blogger that it is beautiful to see St Petersburg in the evening all lit up - do you agree?

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