120,000 respondents participated in a poll to define the most European-looking Russian city.
Half of the tourists travelling in Russia believe that St. Petersburg reminds of a European city more than other Russian cities, reports RIA Novosti quoting an online ticket service.
120,000 users of a travel search engine participated in the poll. As a result, a rating of most European-like Russian cities was compiled.
Over 50% of the respondents voted for St. Petersburg stating that the architecture of the city stands out against other Russian places of attraction.
More than a third of the voters named Kaliningrad marking its Prussian architectural style and the special mentality of the residents.
Kazan rated the third with 10% of the respondents voting for its modern style embankments, medieval buildings, good roads and well-developed infrastructure.
Photo and video: St. Petersburg TV channel