HOTEL OF THE WEEK
Situated in the heart of the city on the Moika River, in the aristocratic mansion built in 1853, Kempinski Hotel Moika 22 is flanked by the famous landmarks of Palace Square and the Hermitage museum. The hotel is just five minutes’ walk from the Nevsky Prospect and close to all major sights and shopping, an ideal location whether you are travelling for business or personal reasons.
Tsar Events DMC & PCO was voted as best DMC 2011 by New European Economy magazine’s readers.
RESTAURANT OF THE WEEK
Sadko restaurant was opened in 2006 as a Russian Russian restaurant with separate wine bar and high level of service and food. It is located in the very city center, close to Marinsky Theater. You will be impressed by restaurants interior, which include and stylishly combine modern and folklore elements.
Ceilings are covered with Russian authentic patterns with huge red crystal chandeliers and colorful food plates for the food. The restaurant is famous for its singing waiters.
On 27 June 2015, the State Hermitage Museum presents the first retrospective exhibition of Zaha Hadid’s architectural works in Russia.
VENUE OF THE WEEK
Faberge museum's collection contains the world's largest collection of works by Carl Fabergé, including nine of the famous Imperial Easter Eggs, regarded not only as the finest jeweled works of art, but also as unique historical artifacts.
Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Saviour holds around 5,000-6,000 at one time and is the tallest Eastern Orthodox church in the world and currently the largest operating Orthodox Church in the world
Baikal lake area is 31.5 thousand sq km. The Baikal is the deepest lake in Russia, it is a large world reservoir for fresh water (23 thousand km³)
There are 221 museums, 2,000 libraries, more than 80 theaters, 100 concert organizations, 45 galleries, 62 cinemas and 80 club establishments of culture in St Petersburg
«Alexander and Natalie» located in the famous Arbat Street is the only Moscow fountain with drinking water
Russian celebrate new year 2 times a year (01stof January and Orthodox Stule New Year 14th of January)
Russian language does not include a word for 'the' or 'a' which is good because these often lead to confusion in other languages