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Free admission to the Hermitage St Petersburg EventsFree admission to the State Hermitage Museum
First Thursday of each month
The State Hermitage Museum

On the first Thursday of each month the Hermitage grants free entrance for all individual visitors.

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The Hermitage is one of the world’s largest and most prestigious museums. The museum houses over 3 million items including the largest collection of paintings in the world. The collections occupy a large complex of six historic buildings along Palace Embankment.
Once you are in the museum on the first Thursday of the month, take your free ticket at the box office and enjoy exploring world’s richest art collection.
It is worth noting that preschool children, schoolchildren, and students irrespective of citizenship visit the Hermitage free of charge at any time.
Remember, the “free” action is not extended to guided tours.

Venue: The State Hermitage Museum
Address: 2, Palace Square (Rus: Дворцовая Площадь, 2)
Event cost: Free
Website: www.hermitagemuseum.org

 

IV Chamber Opera International Festival
29 September – 1 November 2019
State Chamber Musical Theater St. Petersburg Opera

This year we will greet musical collectives from Russia and Europe, and the playbill contains diverse chamber program

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The festival was held for the first time in 2016 and immediately became an international event. One of the main tasks of the festival is to present the chamber opera as an original and up-to-date music genre, which occupies a significant place in the world musical culture. In 2019, the festival program will be attended by Russian and foreign musical theaters: the State Chamber Musical Theater “St. Petersburg Opera”, the State Opera and Ballet Theater “Astana Opera”, the Bashkir State Opera and Ballet Theater, the Hungarian State Opera, the Center for Culture of the Central Macedonia Prefecture. In the festival days the operas by Purcell, Haydn, Mozart and Rossini will be performed.

Venue: State Chamber Musical Theater St. Petersburg Opera
Event cost: 800 – 2000 rub
Website: https://www.spbopera.ru/

 

russia day St Petersburg Events International Theatre Olympics
1 – 27 October 2019
Alexandrinsky Theater

In 2019 Russia will welcome International Theatre Olympics, one of the key events of the Year of Theatre.

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Theatre Olympics 2019 is a large scale international festival, a venue for development of global theatre integration and dialogue between theatre professionals from around the world. The festival program includes performances by best foreign theatres and national theatres from various Russian regions, as well as lectures and workshops by leading theatre figures.
The 25th anniversary edition of the Theatre Olympics will be heldfor the first time ever in two countries — Russia and Japan — for the first time. The decision to host the Theatre Olympics 2019 in Russia was adopted at the VII Saint Petersburg International Cultural Forum.
The Theatre Olympics program will include stagings by renowned theatre directors, including the founder of the Theatre Olympics Theodoros Terzopoulos, Valery Fokin, Tadashi Suzuki, Heiner Goebbels, Robert Wilson, Andrey Scherban, Andriy Zholdak, Krystian Lupa, and Jan Klata.

Venue: Alexandrinsky Theater
Event cost: 500 – 8000 rub
Website: https://theatreolympics2019.com

 

International Festival “Coffee & Jazz”
4 – 5 October 2019
State Museum – Reserve “Pavlovsk”

The alleys and pavilions of Pavlovsky Park will turn into concert “halls”, where jazz rhythms performed by Petersburg and foreign musicians will sound.

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Among the participants are Denis Kirilov, Pavel Chizhik, “Stukov band”, the quartet of Konstantin Hazonovich, the big band “Los Sabrosos”, “Jazz Story Trio”, Yule Gonzalez, Vasilisa, “Sunlight show”,
Elena Danik (saxophone) & Weekend Band.

This year, the festival organizers dedicated their stage to each style. There are six of them: Krasnodolinnaya Alley, Gulyaniy Square, Pilbashenny Bridge, Krugly Hall, the Aviary and the Pink Pavilion.
Venue: State Museum – Reserve “Pavlovsk”
Time: 13:00
Admission: Free

 

XII International Festival “Sitar in St. Petersburg”
6 October – 6 Novomber 2019
St. Petersburg State Museum-Institute of the Roerichs

On the banks of the Neva, traditional Indian music will sound again.
 

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The festival, dedicated to one of the oldest musical instrument, is annually held in St. Petersburg and presents all the variety of Indian classical music in the light of contemporary musical trends. Guests of the festival will be able to attend concerts of Indian and St. Petersburg musicians, exhibitions, lectures and various master classes.
Venue: St. Petersburg State Museum-Institute of the Roerichs
Time: 15:00
Admission: from 100 rub

 
Rainy days Jazz Fest “
18 October – 19 October 2019
dom 7 griboedov canal emb., 7, lendoc studio Kryukov canal emb., 12

International festival of modern jazz will bring together the most prominent representatives of the modern jazz scene in Britain and Russia.

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The festival program includes premiere performances by Phronesis and Elliot Galvin, international duet JZ Replacement (Zhenya Strigalev and Jamie Murray), performance duo of dancer Alina Sokulskaya and drummer Sasha Deeech Machine.

One of the headliners is the Anglo-Scandinavian trio Phronesis, who are coming to Russia for the first time.
Since 2005, they have released 8 albums and tour regularly. Their releases are at the top of the charts, recognized by critics and receive numerous awards. Phronesis was awarded the Parliamentary Jazz Prize and twice nominated for the “MOBO Awards”, confirming the status of one of the best jazz groups in Britain.

Venue: dom 7 – griboedov canal emb., 7,
lendoc studio – Kryukov canal emb., 12
Time: 19:00
Event cost: 1000 – 7000 rub
Website: https://rainydaysjazzfest.com

 

Opening of the X International “Silver Lyre” Festival
25 October 2019
Great Hall of the Philharmonic D.D. Shostakovich

An International festival of Chamber Artists and Ensembles “Silver Lyre” has always consisted of eight concerts.

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However, this tenth (anniversary) festival, unlike previous ones, includes eleven of them. The audience will meet different ensembles and musicians from 9 countries (Austria, Germany, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, the USA, France, Switzerland, and Japan). Along with Russian musicians they will demonstrate their mastery in chamber music performing.
This festival can be considered special because all the artists, with one exception, performed at the previous festivals. In a way, the idea to hold this very festival among friends was purposed by the musicians who had already performed on Russian stage and fell in love with St. Petersburg and its sensitive and responsive audience.
Eccles:Sonata for Cello and Piano in G minor; Bruch: “Kol Nidrei” for Cello and Orchestra; Bernstein: Serenade for Violin and Strings; Elgar: Serenada for String Orchestra; Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No 1.

Venue: Great Hall of the Philharmonic D.D. Shostakovich
Time: 19:00
Event cost: 400 – 1500 rub
Website: https://www.philharmonia.spb.ru/en

 

Festival “Neva Choir Assemblies”
26 October – 4 Novomber 2019
State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg

“Neva Choir Assemblies” is a unique platform for professional communication between choirmasters, domestic and foreign groups.

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The annual choir festival has been held since 1981 at the initiative of the artistic director of the Chapel Vladislav Chernushenko, the Choral Society of Leningrad and the Leningrad Conservatory. The festival is aimed at the revival of Russian sacred music, the preservation of the domestic choral school and singing art.

Venue: State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg
Time: 19:00
Event cost: 350 – 1600 rub
Website: http://capella-spb.ru (RU)

 

International Dance Festival ArtPlanet
27 – 30 October 2019
Concert Hall of the Hotel Saint Petersburg

Establishment of creative contacts, strengthening inter-regional relations and cooperation through the children’s work.

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Revival, preservation and development of national cultures and the strengthening of international cooperation
Relationship with the best creative teams, promotion and popularization of choreography
Providing methodological and advisory assistance in the field of choreography, the exchange of experience
The support of the young, talented teens.

Venue: Concert Hall of the Hotel Saint Petersburg
Admission: Free
Website: https://en.baltgem.ru

 

Wonder of the world
2 – 3 November 2019
Palace Square

This year, the Festival will transfer viewers to the virtual game world and the surreal quest “Magic Garden”.

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An amazing magical garden full of real miracles comes to life on Palace Square. Giant dyzhital flowers, magical creatures from myths and legends, trees woven from light … Passing through a magical forest, every adult will again plunge into the atmosphere of childhood and remember the most cherished dreams and fantasies.

Venue: Palace Square
Time: 19:00-22:00
Admission: Free
Website: http://lfspb.ru/ru/ (RU)

 

Night of Art
3 – 4 November 2019
Different locations around St Petersburg

Different cultural institutions will open their doors to visitors at 6 in the evening and remain open until midnight.

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This year, “Night of the Arts” is timed to the centenary of the October Revolution.
Museums, theaters, libraries and concert halls will prepare a special program and hold one-day exhibitions, concerts, performances, workshops, and creative meetings with writers, musicians, artists and actors.

Venue: Museums, theaters, libraries, concert halls of Saint Petersburg
Time: 18:00-00:00
Admission: Free

 

St Petersburg Events national unity dayDay of National Unity
4 November 2019
Throughout Saint Petersburg

Annually, the Russian Federation celebrates the liberation from Polish-Lithuanian invaders in 1612.

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It is an official holiday and a day off. Different events are planned to be held throughout the city. Russian march, a traditional annual rally, will be carried out in the center of the city.

Remember, that 2th-4th of November are official days-off. On these days most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Throughout the city
Event cost: Free

 

International Cultural Forum
14 – 16 November 2019
Different locations around St Petersburg

For the eighth time, Petersburg will host a unique cultural event of a world level.

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The MISSION of the St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum is to form the key vectors of the development of culture as a progressive force that brings the constructive origin into life of our country and of the world community as a whole.

In the local context, the St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum presents itself the principal event of the cultural life of the great country in the days when the national consciousness is experiencing its rebirth and Russia is reconsidering its global roles and meanings. Culture is a soul of a nation and that is why the St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum is one of the fundamental points of these historical processes.

In the global aspect, the St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum is considered the one of the key elements of domestic and foreign policy. Russia in the contemporary world appears not only a country of great culture, but also state, that successively defends the constructive values: the preservation of the cultural heritage and diversity, mutual respect and equal dialogue. That is why, in the eyes of world community Russia aims to represent the positive and originative tendencies in politics, culture and social development as a counter to the aspiration towards destruction and chaos.

 

International Festival “Arts Square”
14 – 24 December 2019
Theatres and museums of Saint Petersburg

The 20th international winter festival “The Arts Square” will be held by the institutions located at a square of the same name.

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The festival unites different forms of art. The main part of the programme will be performed at St Petersburg Academic Philharmonia. The main theme of the festival is the anniversaries of outstanding composers.

Venues: St Petersburg Academic Philharmonia, Church of the Savior on Blood
Event cost: ticket price from 1500 rub
Website: http://www.philharmonia.spb.ru

 

St Petersburg Events new yearNew Year
31 December 2019 – 8 January 2020
Throughout Saint Petersburg

“New year” is a public holiday and the most celebrated day in Russia.
 

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Traditionally, New Year celebrations take place on Nevsky Prospekt and Palace Square, and include street entertainments and live music. Traffic on Nevsky Avenue will be closed from 21:00.

In addition to Palace Square, Gostiny Dvor and Malaya Konyushennaya Street also will host New Year celebrations.

The festivities will starts at 23.00 and last until 4.00. At 3:00, the fireworks will be launched over the Neva River.

Remember, that 31 of December – 8 of January are official days-off. On these days, most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.


The Metro will operate during the New Year’s night on December 31 – January 1.

Venue: Different locations around the city
Event cost: Free

 

Saint Petersburg Christmas Fair Saint Petersburg Christmas Fair
December 2019 – January 2020
Pionerskaya Square

Plunge into the atmosphere of a winter fairy tale and take a trip through Russia without leaving St. Petersburg!

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All visitors of the Fair will be able to see Russian and European traditional celebrations of the New Year.
Buffoons and circus performers, illusionists and jugglers, minstrels and troubadours, animal trainers and puppeteers, artists on stilts and fairy tale characters from round the world will take part in merry Christmas festivals and the daily festive procession that any person wearing a fancy dress or a New Year carnival mask can join.
Competitions and contests will give everybody an opportunity to get a Christmas present from Ded Moroz and Snegurochka, traditional Russian New Year characters.
Different regions will be presented by small houses that will be open for the visitors. Merchants from various countries will offer a rich selection of traditional products and specialties, gifts and souvenirs, and will treat the guests with dishes of their national cuisines.

 

Ice Sculptures Festival Ice Sculptures Festival “Ice Fantasy – 2019”
December 2019 – February 2020
Naryshkin bastion of Peter and Paul Fortress

More than 30 Russian and world’s best sculptors work on the exposition of the festival creating their masterpieces from fragile ice.

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For the first time ever the ship with scarlet sails will be seen in winter. The symbol of the summer Saint Petersburg will go under the open ice vaults of the Palace Bridge and send the spectators on a journey around the world. The ice copy of the legendary ship will be the highest sculpture of the festival with its 8-metre height. It will symbolize a wonderful dream that will surely become true on the New Year’s Eve.
Every visitor can make a wish near a huge piggy bank, as the pig is the symbol of the coming 2019 in the Chinese calendar.
The temperature in the pavilion will be below 0 °С for the whole period of the festival, and ice sculptures will be illuminated with lights of different colour in the darkness of the cold room.
Charming characters, a huge New Year Tree, prizes for the smallest visitors will give the “Round-the-world Travel” festival the New Year mood.

 

Virtuosos Guitars XVII Festival-Competition “Virtuosos Guitars”
12 – 17 January 2020
The State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg

Solo performance, guitar ensembles, composers, craftsmen handmade guitar.
 

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The concerts of the XVII Festival-Competition “Virtuosos Guitars” will be performed in one of the best concert halls in Europe – the State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg.
Laureates of international competitions, well-known Russian and foreign guitarists will take part in Gala concert “Stars of guitar music”. Start time is at 19 o’clock.
Venue: The State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg
Website: http://virgit.ru/

 

St Petersburg Events

Defender of the Fatherland Day
23 February 2020
Throughout Saint Petersburg

It is a public Russian holiday and day off which is celebrated on February 23 every year.

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The day focuses on the achievements of military forces and veterans.
Most Russians observe this holiday as a day of Russian men including those who never served in the military.
Authorities may organize local parades to honor the military and veterans on this day.

Remember, that February 23 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Different locations around St Petersburg
Event cost: Free

 
St Petersburg Events maslenitsaMaslenitsa
24 February – 1 March 2020
Throughout Saint Petersburg

Maslenitsa is a traditional Russian festival, a mix of pagan beliefs and Christian traditions, which marks the end of winter.

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Venues: Central Park of Culture and Recreation of Kirov, Peterhof, Tsarskoye selo, Pavlovsk Park, Peter and Paul fortress, Mariinsky Theatre, Zayachy and Elagin islands, etc.
Event cost: Free

 

St Petersburg EventsInternational Women’s Day
8 March 2020
Throughout Saint Petersburg

International Women’s Day is an internationally recognized celebration of women and their social and political achievements.

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The Women’s day is an official public holiday which is celebrated on March 8 every year. Started as a Socialist political event the day eventually lost its political flavor, and became simply an occasion for men to express their love for women. There is a tradition among Russian men to undertake all household duties on this day so that women can enjoy a full day of rest.
A special entertainment show is being held in different locations of the city.

Remember, that March 8 is an official day-off. On this day most of public offices are closed and some public transport routes may be changed due to street events.

Venue: Different locations around St Petersburg
Event cost: Free

 

St Petersburg Events PaskhaPaskha (Easter)
19 April 2020
Throughout Saint Petersburg

The Orthodox festival and holiday celebrating the Resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

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Paskha is how Russians call Easter, the main holiday of the Russian Orthodox Church. Believers end 40 days of fasting with midnight church services. During Paskha is customary to eat “Kulich” and “Paskha”, special yeast fruit cakes.
Variuos fairs are opened on St Petersburg’s pedestrian streets. Visitors can try traditional Russian Easter dishes and learn what customary Easter gifts for friends and relatives are.

Venue: Park near the Kazan Cathedral, Malaya Konyushennaya street
Event cost: Free

 




 

 

40 thoughts on “St Petersburg Events

  1. ROBINSON OSAGIE

    HOW CAN I GET A VISA TO VISIT RUSSIA FOR PASKHA,MY GIRL AND OTHER BIG EVENTS IN MOSCOW

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    1. russia

      Where are you from? Some nationalities have visa free entrance to Russia. If you still need to obtain visa, please contact Russian embassy or consulate in your country.

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  2. Tim de Groot

    What is the place to be tonight for celebration of Russia Day in St. Pete? Any fireworks and if so at what time? Thank you.

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  3. Tagiben

    Why were there fireworks tonight (1st June) in St Petersburg? We are staying until the 4th June and it would be good to know if more are planned

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    1. admin

      1st of June is a Children Protection Day, hence the fireworks. During 2nd-4th of June the celebrations with fireworks aren’t expected.

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  4. Melinda Szabo

    Hi there, we will arrive to St. Petersburg at 27th May, and I would like to know that exactly when and where will be the firework take place? Thank you for your answer.

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    1. admin

      The fireworks will be launched at 23.00 on May 27. The launch will be made from the beach near the Peter and Paul Fortress.
      The best view points will be on the Neva banks and on the bridges.

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  5. lana

    Hello,
    I am planning to come to Scarlet Sails celebration on 23 June. Do you by any chance know the route of the boat? I need to book a hotel or apartment and have only a vague idea where the boat will sail. Please help. Where does it come from, where will it go? thank you

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  6. Sweta V

    Hi.. I plan to visit Russia from 1st May to 7th May this year.. Is it a good time to travel? Could anyone plz suggest the places that I can cover in 6days.. I was planning to go to Moscow and St. Petersburg.. Is there any place else I should consider??
    Due to Victory Day approaching closer to my travel dates, will I face travel issues or something.. Your insight will really be very helpful. Thanks

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    1. admin

      “Is it a good time to travel?” Warm weather and numerous holidays make May the best month to visit Russia.

      “Could anyone plz suggest the places that I can cover in 6days.. I was planning to go to Moscow and St. Petersburg.. Is there any place else I should consider??”.
      6 days are not enough even for Moscow and St Petersburg 🙂
      However, if you are eager to cover as much as you can, go to Vladimir and Suzdal. They are belong to the Golden Ring and full of places of interests and historical sights.

      “Due to Victory Day approaching closer to my travel dates, will I face travel issues or something..”
      Don’t think so.. One of the drawbacks of the Victory day celebration is that some flights can be delayed due to aerobatic performances.

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  7. Joey

    Hi, we will be visiting St Petersburg in Sep. We want to see the fountains in Peterhof. But we also understand the fountains may be closed in Sep. Do you know when the fountains will be closed in Sep this year? are the public allowed to watch the closing ceremony?

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    1. admin

      The closing ceremony is usually held in mid-September. However, the actual closing of the fountains is scheduled for the end of September or mid-October depending on weather.

      “Do you know when the fountains will be closed in Sep this year?”
      Unfortunately no. It will be known in May-June.

      ” are the public allowed to watch the closing ceremony?”
      Of-course! You can buy the tickets yourself or book our tour for the closing ceremony.

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  8. Jorunn Lemvik

    I wonder if it is possible to attend concerts by orthodox church choires in St. Petersburg? Next question: how is September in terms of tourist visit in St. Petersburg?

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    1. admin

      Yes, choires concerts take place in some cathedrals, for instance in St Isaac’s Cathedral, State Academic Chapel of St. Petersburg, Church of the Resurrection of Christ. Here the schedule: http://isaak.ticketnet.ru/ru/billboard/1#section=21 (Rus.language, use google translate)

      “how is September in terms of tourist visit in St. Petersburg?”
      September is a good time to visit the city, especially if you come in the first two weeks of the month. The weather is still pleasant and the tourist flow is already less.

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  9. Rochelle

    Hi, I will be in St Petersburg May 27-city day, are the fireworkss very beautiful and how long do they last for? My plane actually departs at 3pm so I’m wondering if I should stay another day to watch the fireworks, and the carnival. Will there be many festivities pm that day as there is not much information when u search the internet, thx for your advice.

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    1. admin

      Usually, plenty of events take place on this day, including bike parades, street concerts, carnavale, etc. The program of activities isn’t announced yet.
      The last couple years there were no fireworks on the City Day. However, this year the city will celebrate its 315th birthday. Perhaps, this year will be an exception.

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  10. PB

    Hi,
    We will be in St. Petersburg for just a few hours, 8am-3pm en route to Moscow by train, on May 9th. Because of the Victory Day activities, will it be possible to walk around at all? Will we be able to see much of St. Petersburg’s lovely buildings?
    Thank you.

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    1. admin

      If you travel by train and you don’t need to go to/from the airport, then you will have enough time to walk around. Normally, main streets are closed and some public transport routes are changed due to street events.

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  11. Abdulaziz Alheraiqi

    I will be in saint petersburg Russia
    between 1/2 to 16/2 2018
    I wonder if there is live courses in
    AI and machine learning and what is most important meeting or conference
    held in Saint Petersburg in these dates
    thanks

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  12. Abdulaziz Alheraiqi

    I will be in saint petersburg Russia between 1/2 to 16/2 2018
    I wonder if there is live courses held in Saint Petersburg in these dates
    thanks

    Reply
  13. Tara

    Are there any large events planned for late March to mid-April? I would like to visit then, but want to know about the demand for and availability of hotels at this time.
    Thanks you.

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    1. admin

      The accurate dates of most festival aren’t announced yet. Stay tuned for new events. We update the page each month.

      The only festival with a known date is Paskha (Easter). Paskha is the main holiday of the Russian Orthodox Church. In 2018, it will be held on April 8th.

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  14. Ahmed Pahad

    I will be in Saint Petersburg from 27 – 30 December.
    What events and festivals are on during that time?

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  15. Poy

    Hello. I plan to visit Saint Petersburg from 1-4 May 2018. For 1 May which is Labor day, will the Peterhof palace, the Catherine palace, and Hermitage museum open on this day?

    Thank you very much!

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    1. admin

      Hi Poy,

      The Hermitage is closed on Monday and May 9 (Victory day). However, on 1-4th of May it may have shortened working hours.
      Concerning Peterhof, there are still no exact information on the opening hours in 2018. You have to wait until February-March.

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  16. janice wilson

    I am coming to Leningrad (St. Petersburg) from Canada to celebrate the centennial of the amazing Russian Revolution I hope to join in on whatever is happening, especially on November 9th.

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  17. vince simonet

    Hi, are there any other events celebrating the November revolution in St Petersberg, from the 4th to the 7th of November?

    Thankyou

    Reply
  18. Ambita Chenai

    Hello. When do the new year lights on the streets come on in St.Petersburg?
    Thank you

    Reply
    1. admin

      In late December, closer to the new year holidays the city will be lit by numerous lights

      Reply
  19. Jittapa

    Hi, I am planning to join scarlet sails event 2018 but I am not sure what exact date or period. My plan is 26th May – 2nd June 2018. Could you please advise me?

    Reply
    1. admin

      Hi!
      The accurate dates will be announced in March-April. However, based on the experience of previous years, the Scarlet Sails 2018 will likely be held either on June 15-17 or on June 22-24.

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  20. Ann

    Hi,
    We’re going to visit St. Petersburg from 2nd to 9th November,
    Any events planned for that days?
    Thanks

    Reply
    1. admin

      We cant say exact dates of the events scheduled on October-November. They will be known in September. Stay tuned for upcoming events. We update the page each month.

      Reply
  21. Matias

    Hi, i will be in st petersburg between 14th and 16th september. I cant find tickets for visit the palace on that dates. Will the palace be open on that days? Thanks.

    Reply
    1. admin

      Hi Matias!
      The Peterhof staff told that the palace will be open on 14th of August for a whole day, but on 15th and 16th of August it will be most likely open until noon because of the closing ceremony of the fountains.

      Reply
  22. Yushi

    Hi..

    Is there any cultural event that we can attend in Russia during Winter Time?

    We are planning to visit St Petersburg & Moscow from 27Dec 2017 – 4 Jan 2018.

    Thank you.

    Regards
    Yushi

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    1. admin

      Dear Yushi,

      The period you mentioned is one of the brightest in Russia and St Petersburg. Begining from 31 December the New year holidays start. They are widely celebrated throughout Russia and offer winter leisures, fairs, and even street concerts. Stay tuned for upcoming events. We update the page each month.

      Reply

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