IV International Workshop Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya Interaction and Exotic Spin Structures

23-26 May 2017 Peterhof


DMI 2017 will be held in one of the most picturesque suburbs of Saint Petersburg – Peterhof, which is situated on the shores of the Gulf of Finland.

Peterhof is famous for its history. The State Museum-Reserve "Peterhof" in the suburbs of St. Petersburg is one of the most famous monuments of world architecture and the Palace and Park art. Grand Peterhof Palace was built in the early XVIII century and rebuilt under the rule of Empress Elizabeth of Russia in 1747-1752 by the architect Rastrelli.

A former royal residence has 30 opulent rooms with painted ceilings, inlaid parquet floors and gilded walls. The Palace is surrounded by the upper garden and the Lower Park area of over 100 hectares. One of the main attractions of Peterhof is a unique system of fountains and water cascades, which is decorated with bronze and gilded statues, bas-reliefs and sculptures.


The location and how to get here

By taxi

A taxi will take you to the hotel from any point of St. Petersburg. It will take only 30 minutes to reach the hotel from Pulkovo airport.

By public transport 

Take the bus to the bus-stop "Fountains" in the center of Peterhof.

From the metro station "Avtovo" take the route taxi №224, №300, №424, №424-and the bus №. 200

From the metro station "Leninsky prospect" take the route taxi №103 (224) (departs from the Department store "Narva")

From the metro station "Prospect Veteranov" take the route taxi № 343, №639-b

From the railway station "Baltiyskaya" – take the route taxi №404

By train

From the railway station "Baltiyskaya". (metro station "Baltiyskaya") take the train to the station "New Peterhof". Then it will take you 10 minutes to travel by bus № 349, 350, 351, 352, 355, 356 to the bus-stop "Fountains".