Where to relax in St. Petersburg? We will clarify immediately, since this is an important fact — material security or its lack of entertainment, we will also touch on these: who can afford students. In such a wonderful time of the year as autumn, everyone tries to get to Pushkin, it is incredibly beautiful, the autumn colors of nature fascinate, make you forget and get away from everyday life and enjoy it. It is no less wonderful to visit Peterhof, to visit the Summer Garden, the Tauride Garden and, of course, the city parks. The city’s theaters invite you to relax and play their shows, they are classic entertainment venues, concerts for all ages are wonderful. For those who are older, the Mariinsky Theater, the Comedy Theater beckons. And for young people, boat trips along the Neva are offered, trips on the Meteor to the Catherine Palace, where the Pushkin Lyceum is located, naturally to the Hermitage. Young people react positively to visiting all palaces — museums and places of modern art where concerts of youth groups take place — this is the port of Sevkabel, its visit will not leave young people indifferent.
There is an electric train to Pushkin, for 47 rubles for half an hour you are already there. Look at the historical sites: the Tsarskoe Selo Museum Reserve, Alexander Park, the Marble Bridge, the Znamenskaya Church. Architectural attractions: Catherine Palace, Hermitage Pavilion. Monuments and statues: Pushkin, Jug Fountain, Formula of Sorrows and Bust of F. B. Rastrelli. Also be sure to visit the Tsarskoye Selo Amber Workshop and the Great Chinese Bridge. An excursion to Peterhof, Kronstadt and Fort Kostanstin costs about 2000 rubles, if you want to go to the Grand Palace it will be a little more expensive, 800 rubles, and if you want to ride a meteor, then the total amount of the trip per person will be up to 4 with half a thousand rubles. Discounts for children.
There are only three halls in the Mariinsky Theatre: the Main Hall, the New Stage and the Concert Hall. The state provides students in the city with almost free subscriptions — benefits, an ordinary citizen can also take a subscription, there are benefits for people with disabilities, and 1 hour before the start of the performance there are charms ticket purchase, you can see and buy everything on the official website and find yourself a production to your liking, for example: “Don Quixote” or “Love for Three Oranges”, prices vary from “highest — cheaper” from the 5th balcony for 1000 rubles to the stalls for 4200 rubles per seat.
A ticket to the Hermitage — the Winter Palace can be purchased for 700 rubles, with an audio tour it will be a little more expensive by about 590 rubles, and you can also take a guided city tour with a visit to the Hermitage for only 2000 rubles, as they say in Paris — forfat!
Sevkabel Port — a project to transform the historic “Grey Belt” into a multifunctional public and commercial space, opening up a new waterfront for Saint Petersburg. Directions to the Port by public transport: Bus: 1, 128, 6, 7. Metro: 3. Trolleybus: 10. There is an ice rink and the cost of standard tickets for adults during the period from December 20 to 30, 2021: from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. — 450 rubles, from 3.30 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. — 550 rubles; In the period from December 31, 2021 to January 9, 2022: 650 rubles — at any time.
The article was prepared by the president of the CASIdAF association and the founder of Vernov Production & AKKA Music with the help of Irina Podoltseva, member of the board of directors of Saint-Petersburg.
Editing: Galina Kocheva