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There are a lot of reasons to travel to Moscow from St. Petersburg and getting there can be a fun adventure in and of itself. For a city 700 km away, it’s surprisingly close. It may not be the geographical center of Russia, but it is its center in every other way. Moscow is the hub of all activity; where meetings and conferences are held; where people come from all around Russia to gather.
Venturing outside of one’s house doesn’t seem that much of a dotty plan with this weekend’s program, which includes an exhibition dedicated to well-loved Soviet cartoon characters, a festival of thought-provoking eco cinema, a swish artisanal market and a groovy concert of electronic music!
Binge on the best of contemporary British cinema, listen to impro jazz at the Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines, marvel at the funkiness of retro candy wrappers, and let your creativity shine at the numerous workshops of the monthly Handmade Fair!
With this weekend being a day longer thanks to the National Unity Day, there’s more time to explore the city of St. Petersburg (or stay at home tucked under a duvet with a movie, no pressure). Here are some of the choices for a weekend outing: a light art festival on Palace Square, a corgi cutefest with a costume contest, a colorful flower exhibition, or an electric harp concert with a twist!
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!
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!
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!
Eat your weight in apples at a harvest festival, listen to lectures on anime and Japanese mosaics, draw a cute manga monster, learn more about the Chernobyl catastrophe, and listen to classical music at one of St. Petersburg’s most quirky churches!