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As the holidays are a-coming, it’s time to take the festivity in: we’re talking ice rinks, open spaces, winter markets and fairs, and a couple of intriguing displays for the in-betweens.
If you’re planning a date but our summer ideas don’t quite work for mid-February, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of what to do for a date – with yourself, a friend, or a partner – when it’s winter in St. Petersburg. Let’s go!
When it's getting frostbite-cold outside, exploring the city may not be the greatest idea, but, luckily, there's a bunch of other things you can do while staying in the warmth of your room.
It's been a whirlwind year of music in our editorial team. We jammed to our top favorites, got nostalgic about our school years, came up with a killer playlist for a Halloween party, and even found a musical cure to the blues. But which songs are we listening to now as we enter 2023? Spoiler alert: it’s not Last Christmas or All I Want For Christmas Is You.
Having reached the long winter holidays, you are expected to pick, just like a festive outfit, one of the personalities: a couch potato or a go-getter. We totally feel both of them, but in case you find yourself on the active side of this choice, take a look at our digest of travel destinations to explore during your vacation.
Tea and coffee were brought to Russia relatively recently, but, as you can imagine, hot beverages have always been a necessity in our climate. What kind of drinks were they, other than Ivan chai?
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, as the song goes. You can’t help but love it, even despite the bitter cold, the early sunsets, or the occasional flu. But if it’s your first time in the city when the white veil descends upon us, you might have questions. How do I dress for the weather? How do Russians celebrate the holidays? And which activities can you enjoy? Let’s find out the answers in this digest of winter-themed stories by ITMO.NEWS.
What is it like to be an international student at ITMO? Is winter a challenge for foreigners? What do international students think about Russian food? To get the answers to these questions, we caught up with Shafayet Ullah Nadeem, an international student from Bangladesh.
The holidays might be over, but winter is still very much in full swing! Check out some of our most beloved winter-themed movies and also get a unique take on Russian culture.
The winter holidays were made for trying something new – be that sports, cooking experiments, or cultural discoveries. Get inspired by what our team is doing over the first days of 2022 to start the year off on a high note!