Sevkabel Port

Located at the harbor of Vasilevskiy Island, this repurposed cable factory is now a hotspot for culture, gastronomy, and lovely views of the Vantovy bridge. Inspired by the re-imagined warehouses and yards of Helsinki, Amsterdam, and Barcelona, Sevkabel Port merges its industrial zone and its historic buildings with a younger, social vibe. It’s a must-visit in St. Petersburg! Spend your day relaxing along the promenade, on one of the green areas, or watch the sunset over the Neva River. In the colder months, enjoy a fun evening or afternoon ice skating outdoors by the sea and cozy up later in one of the nearby cafés. The port offers plenty to do and try for young and old alike – including restaurants, social activities, exhibits, and pop-up markets.

Embark on a culinary journey

Teeming with cafés, bars, and a multitude of restaurants to choose from – you’ll be spoiled for choice at Sevkabel Port. One of this area’s main attractions is without a doubt, its culinary scene. From Middle Eastern to Asian fusion, Italian to Tex-Mex, explore the variety of world cuisines on offer. For a hot coffee, tea, or a sweet snack, check out the different cafés, and if you’re in the mood for a refreshing cocktail, wine, or a night out – you won’t have to travel far. When the weather is nice, take a seat on the stylish terraces and enjoy the view!

St Petersburg's cultural hotspot

If you’re looking for a cultural event with inspiring and interesting surroundings away from the hustle and bustle of the city center, Sevkabel Port hosts a variety of monthly events. Choose from concerts, exhibits, art installations, lectures, workshops, and even pop-up markets. Each month, you have plenty of events to choose from, with something for people of all ages.