Saint petersburg in winter
A magical city in the snow. St Petersburg in winter is one of the most picturesque city in the world. Admire its cathedrals and palaces covered in snow, its frozen canals and streets decorated with New Year lights. A true fairytale city! Less tourists, more time to enjoy St Petersburg museums.St. Petersburg winter. 25 December is a working day in Russia the Orthodox Christmas is celebrated on 6 January and New Year is the big winter holiday. Celebrations are taken seriously, and continue on and off right up to the Orthodox New Year (13 th January). The whole period has saint petersburg in winter
Winter in St Petersburg can be defined by three words: dark, icy and cold. Apart from that it is an evocative season filled with things to do as well as places to see. From restaurants, art centres, and museums, you've plenty of choices.
St Petersburg in winter: 'Like stepping into a Russian novel The Neva River is a wilderness of ice, and in the squares of black, bare trees the winter light is pale and watery. Along the frozen canals and the wide avenues there is a muffled stillness. How can the answer be improved?saint petersburg in winter Then time to explore the winter St Petersburg! New Year decorations start appearing in the streets already in November: glittering garlands along the city's avenues, Christmas trees on the squares, snowflakes falling slowly the atmosphere becomes magic and fairy.
Ice skating is one of the most popular winter activities in Russia. The total length of waterways in St Petersburg is 217. 5 km which is roughly the total area of Amsterdam! So, trust us, there is no shortage of skating rinks in SPb. saint petersburg in winterRating: 4.45 / Views: 539