Located in the eastern Baltic Sea, north of Finland, East and south of Russia and Estonia. It covers an area of about 30,000 square kilometers. It is 390 kilometers east-west, 70 kilometers wide at the entrance and 130 kilometers wide at the middle. The north bank is steep and winding, with many islands; the East and south banks are low and flat. The general depth is 20-30 meters, and the deepest is at the entrance of the West end, which reaches 115 meters. There are Nirva River, Narva River and other injections. The Soima Canal opens to this bay. The freezing period is 3-5 months. Salinity is 3-6. Depth and salinity increased gradually from east to west.
Follow ST&183; PETERTING on a tour of the Baltic Sea to introduce ST&183; Peterting is a Russian cruise company that travels between Finland, Tallinn and Sweden through St. Petersburg all the year round. This trip from St. Petersburg to Helsinki requires a Schengen visa for the Baltic countries.
It was nearly 12 o'clock when I came back from Rock Church. I had a buffet lunch in the hotel and took my luggage out of the hotel. I was surprised. At this time, the sun has broken through thick clouds, sunshine sprinkles down the earth, clear sky thousands of miles. This is the best gift from God. I was in a good mood. I decided to walk to the seaside, enjoy the sunshine and enjoy the beach scenery all the way. Starting from the beautiful seaside and turning back to the open-air market near the city's central pier, there is quite a way to walk from here to the central square. Because of the good weather, walking while enjoying the warm sunshine, walking while looking at the numerous Germanic and Russian buildings with classical beauty in Heshi, the large and small cafes on the street, different folk customs are not happy.
The Gulf of Finland is enjoying the interweaving of Nordic movies and falls in love with the tranquility and beauty of Finland. It's so beautiful to watch the sunset by the bay! Enjoy the fresh sea breeze in the Gulf of Finland! Crossing the old city along the church line. Or you can get on the Ferris Wheel and overlook the Finnish Gulf.
The Blue Scenery of the Gulf of Finland, through the layers of birch trees, is like a mirror of a calm bay, without waves, no noise of the city, some just poetic and picturesque. From the Summer Palace Garden in St. Petersburg, through the tall birch trees, along the stream flowing through the fountain, it took more than 20 minutes to walk to the Gulf of Finland. The sea is as blue as the sky, the seagulls are flying, the microwaves are rippling, the boats are sailing, the reeds are swaying, and the trees and the red roofs on the shore constitute a fascinating landscape.