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Let’s welcome August in style with lots of live music, an immersive exhibition, and a unique annual festival. Enjoy your warm weekend in the city with our freshly baked guide!
Long weekends are a great time to unwind and recharge. Here’s what you can do in and around St. Pete on the first spring weekend of the year, which welcomes the new season with traditional Maslenitsa festivities and International Women's Day.
Do you have anything exciting lined up for the weekend? If not, we’ve got your back, as always. There’re plenty of reasons to leave the comfort of your room (even in such unpredictable weather) and experience the vibrant spirit of the city. Whether you’re a fan of art – both classical and tech – or enjoy the old but gold jazz, you will find your pick among our top things to do this weekend in St. Petersburg.
It’s time to celebrate the winter’s last weekend! We have very nearly got through it and it’s only logical to see February off in style. A flower festival, a flea market, a jazz concert, or an analog photography exhibition – which one will you choose? Whatever it is, you are bound to enjoy it!
Yes, you got it right, this week ends in October! Luckily, though, the weather forecast says it will be relatively warm and even sunny (on Sun-day, no less), so let’s keep our fingers crossed for that. A tour of St. Petersburg, an inspiring exhibition, and two festivals await you in our guide for this weekend. Let’s go!
A lot of jazz, a contemporary art exhibition, and a classical music concert – lots of ways to start this spring on a jolly note (if you pardon the pun) in this guide to weekend events in St. Petersburg!
Get lost in a surrealistic dream at the Lumiere Hall creative space, learn about the way people used to celebrate New Year in the Soviet Union, listen to jazz music at one of the most peculiar cathedrals in the city and catch the latest fashion exhibition: here is what’s on our list to do in St. Pete this weekend!
As fall approaches, the days get shorter and the weather gets colder. Wrapped in yet another layer of scarves and coats, you might find yourself tempted to stock up on food and essentials, and lay in semi-hibernation until spring thaw comes. But there’s another option, too: there’s something very special about St. Petersburg in the fall, and it’s not to be missed. Take a stroll, see a play, grab a hot meal outside or get some food for thought by popping into an art gallery. Why not start this weekend?
This Sunday, July 29, Russia celebrates Navy Day, which means there will be no shortage of great events for you to attend!