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Enjoy the extraordinary sounds of the marimba and vibraphone at Annenkirche, watch some of the best new German movies, and learn to make perfect mulled wine to keep you warm these chilly days – here’s our rundown of the most exciting Sat-Sun events in the city!
Korean culture, Russian opera, Italian language and Nordic cinema – explore the world on this truly cosmopolitan weekend in St. Petersburg!
In the Russian language, the word okno – “window” – has another meaning familiar to any student or professor: “an empty period between classes”. Whether you’re a virtuoso of time management or someone who makes it up as they go along, you’ll be sure to encounter these in your daily life. In this series, we’ll consider a few options for how to put that extra time to good use. And we’ll start by exploring the area that’s key for every ITMO student or staff member: the main campus at Kronverksky Prospekt 49.
From impactful photography and enthralling music to delicious food and cinematic explorations, this weekend in St. Petersburg abounds with interesting events for you to attend!
There are lots of beautiful monuments in St. Petersburg, and much can be written about such famous sights as the Bronze Horseman or the Alexander Column. But this time, we’d like to focus on the smaller things – the ones that might be hard for you to notice, and when you do, make you laugh or wonder what the hell they are.
Put on your best (and snuggliest) scarves and prepare to have some major fun at this weekend in St. Petersburg! Featuring coffee and jazz, modern art and cacti, and exhibition of scents inspired by literary characters!
Your mood has dropped together with St. Petersburg temperatures? We can’t have that. Here’s our regular rundown on the best events of this weekend in St. Petersburg to rectify the situation!
Chill out with a cup of steaming tea at St. Petersburg’s Botanical Garden, admire fantasy artist Josephine Wall’s magical artworks, make a pretty origami Kusudama flower, and see a grandiose fountain show at Peterhof!
Did you know that QS ranks St. Petersburg as the 66th best city for students in the world? To help you get the most out of your stay in the city, be it a week or a year, we’ve put together a list of special offers and opportunities that students can enjoy in St. Petersburg.
Catch the latest art exhibition, listen to medieval music at the St. Petersburg Capella, take a stroll through Pavlovsk Park, and admire the delicate beauty of violets – here’s our weekly roundup of the best Sat-Sun events in St. Petersburg!