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MICHELIN STARS LIT UP IN MOSCOW

21 October 2021

For the first time in history, Moscow restaurants have received Michelin stars. The solemn ceremony of their presentation took place yesterday in the Zaryadye Concert Hall. Russia became the 35th country to be included in the famous Red guide to the best restaurants in the world.
ST. PETERSBURG GETS THE BEST CITY AWARD

18 October 2021

The annual GQ Travel Awards ceremony took place in Moscow. The award was established by the American international monthly men's magazine GQ in 2018. Its peculiarity is that the best countries, cities, hotels, airlines, airports, etc are chosen not by a special jury or editorial board, but by readers - by an open vote on the magazine's website.

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  • ST. PETERSBURG INTERNATIONAL BOOK SALON

    27 May 2021

    On May 26-29 the International Book Salon of St. Petersburg will be held in the “Northern Capital” for the 16th time. But for the first time it will take place in the very heart of the city - on the Palace Square and at the General Staff Building of the State Hermitage Museum.

  • VISA-FREE ENTRY TO ST. PETERSBURG FOR FOOTBALL FANS

    24 May 2021

    Good news! Foreign football fans will be able to come visa-free to St. Petersburg (Russia) for the UEFA EURO-2020 matches. All you need to enter is a match ticket, FAN ID and a negative PCR test for coronavirus. St. Petersburg will host six group stage matches and one quarter-final.

  • DAY OF SLAVIC LITERATURE AND CULTURE

    20 May 2021

    Every 24th of May all Slavic countries celebrate the Day of Slavic Literature and Culture and solemnly glorify the creators of the Slavic writing - the saints Cyril and Methodius. Scientists believe that the Slavic writing was created in the 9th century, around 863.

  • BALTIC FLEET DAY

    17 May 2021

    The Day of the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Navy is an annual holiday celebrated on May 18 in honor of the creation of the Baltic Fleet. It must be said that the history of the formation of the Baltic Fleet is closely connected with the history of Saint-Petersburg.

  • PREMIERE AT THE BOLSHOI THEATER

    13 May 2021

    The Bolshoi Theater hosted the premiere of the one-act operas The Diary of Anne Frank and The White Rose, dedicated to the World War II. One-act productions were prepared for the 75th victory anniversary in 2020, but due to the pandemic, the premieres had to be postponed.

  • UEFA EURO 2020/2021 IN ST. PETERSBURG

    11 May 2021

    The UEFA Executive Committee has announced the final list of host cities for the UEFA European Football Championship Euro 2020/2021. Euro 2020 was supposed to take place last year, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the tournament was postponed until the summer 2021.

  • VICTORY DAY

    06 May 2021

    The Victory Day is celebrated on May 09 and remains one of the main holidays in Russia, dedicated to the victory in the Great Patriotic War. The military parades are the center of the celebrations. Red Square becomes home to a garrison of the nation's best and brightest soldiers accompanied by a rolling fleet of lethal weapons and militarized vehicles destined to spark excitement and pride among the viewers.

  • MAY HOLIDAYS IN RUSSIA

    29 April 2021

    May is the first warm and pleasant month after a severe Russian winter. The first leaves are sprouting, the first flowers delight the eyes. But there is still something more special and exciting in this month for all the people who live in Russia. The name is May holidays!

  • FOUNTAINS OF PETERHOF STARTED WORKING

    26 April 2021

    The new season of fountains in the Peterhof Museum-Reserve began this year on April 24. All 147 «water cannons» were put into action starting with the main one - Samson. It is from this moment that the summer season begins in the parks and museums of Peterhof.

  • NEW EXHIBITION OF PUSHKIN FINE ARTS MUSEUM

    22 April 2021

    On April 20 the Moscow's Gallery of Art of the Countries of Europe and America of the XIX - XX centuries opened a new exhibition called "Not painting. Decorative and applied art from the collection of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts".


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