Things to do in Russia
There are several things to do in Russia that will give you a very unique experience you may have never experienced before. While touring at the St. Petersburg and Moscow, you will come across funny, inexplicable activities that will put you in a stupor. Some of the notable activities to indulge in include going on excursion to the Pushkin village, Star City, Sergiev Posad. Aside from this, sail amidst the blue vastness of the sea in the MS Tolstoy cruise or cheer for an applauding performance at the popular theatres and ballet rooms situated in St. Petersburg. Since the list is never-ending, you will have to there physically to experience the warmth and grandeurs of city life in Russia. Here is a list of what to do in Russia.
Take a city tour around St. Petersburg: The several attractions in the city include Nevsky Prospect, Fontana Embankment, Vassilevsky Island, the Bronze Horseman, etc. St. Petersburg will, indeed, stir the urge to explore the quintessence of the country amongst the many buildings and its people. Set on the Neva Delta, the Peter and Paul's Fortress lie in the oldest part of the city. Back in 1917, many illustrious political prisoners were held captive at these fortresses. Do not miss the Hermitage Museum, which is architecturally amazing and the largest repository of artefacts and fine art. Inside the Museum, there is a ‘Gold Room' that demands separate entrance ticket.
Explore the vastness of the blue stretch in the MS Tolstoy Cruise: This is a very unique ship that was constructed by high ranking foreign dignitaries and the Kremlin officials. The best part is that the cruise is meant to help you chill relax in moments of calmness and tranquillity. The specialties of the cruise include a swimming pool that comes with a deck and also there is a restaurant serving traditional European and Russian cuisine. There is a separate bar area where you sip drinks with your dear ones and spend lovely evenings in absolute serenity.
Russian culture: Did you know ballet is integral to the Russian culture. St. Petersburg is well-known for hosting ballet dances, which first developed in the region in the 18th century. Book tickets with your tour operator with time in hand to enjoy a commendable ballet dance in the city. As from the St. Petersburg, there are several others ballet theatres, one of which is the most popular The Mariinsky Threatre. The Bolshoi Theatre is said to be the home to Kirov Ballet, the world's most accomplished dance form. Situated in the Winter Palace n Russia, the Hermitage Theatre lies amidst small, yet beautiful village of Russia.