The UEFA 2020 ™ European Football Championship will be held from June 12 to July 12, 2020 in 13 cities across Europe: London, Munich, Baku, St. Petersburg, Rome, Glasgow, Amsterdam, Dublin, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Bilbao, Brussels and Budapest.
The stadium in St. Petersburg is considered one of the best in Europe, and therefore several UEFA matches will be held in Russia/ Let’s plan a trip! And it doesn’t matter if you have a ticket or if you want to plunge into the football madness on the streets of the city along with thousands of other fans.
shedules in Saint Petersburg:
June 13 — Belgium — Russia
June 17 — Finland — Russia
June 22 — Finland — Belgium
July 3 — Quarter-finals
Every year highly anticipated event is the grand opening ceremony of the fountains in Peterhof. The event is loved by both children and adults who visit the park each year to see this magnificent holiday with a spectacular view and splendid fireworks.
Visiting the ceremony is a unique opportunity for the guests of the city as it happens only once a year. The scope of the event, the greatness of its history, the beauty of the park, the grandeur moment when the main fountain “Samson” is launched. This festival is a kind of hallmark of the city on the Neva River, the city where there is always a great sense of imagination and creativity, the embodiment of which is the fountains of Peterhof.
Scarlet Sails — The Russian holiday of school graduates, celebrated in St. Petersburg every year, as a rule, on the Saturday closest to the lightest white night. Runs 20–21 June 2020.
The Scarlet Sails graduates holiday is held in two stages:
- big concert with elements of a theatrical performance on Palace Square
- grandiose light-music pyrotechnic multimedia show in the Neva water area
Night show — a play on the water, where the main event is the passage along the embankments of the ship with red sails. His solemn movement is accompanied by specially prepared light show, fireworks and water performances. The whole show is fully synchronized with the music. The duration of the water performance is approximately 20 minutes.
BP travel are ready to offer you the best and most comfortable options for visiting this festival.
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The St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) is a unique event in the world of business and economics.
The main events of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on 3–6 June, 2020 will take place at the ExpoForum Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Over the last 21 years, the Forum has become a leading global platform for members of the business community to meet and discuss the key economic issues facing Russia, emerging markets, and the world as a whole.
Each year, a series of major regional events, business forums, and meetings between members of the business community is held as part of efforts to promote the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Since its inception, SPIEF has become a significant international brand. This is perhaps the best global forum, drawing businesses from throughout the world to exchange best practices and competencies. SPIEF is a space for trust.
As part of the SPIEF business program, it is planned to continue the tradition of holding business forums of multilateral international formats of interaction in which Russia participates. A meeting of the Business Twenty Regional Advisory Council, the SCO, BRICS and ASEAN Business Forums, the Russian Forum of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, and youth day events will take place at the Forum venue.
Our company knows exactly how to make your stay in St. Petersburg comfortable and cozy. We always take care of our customers and happy to find for you the best accommodation, transfer from airport to the hotel and transportation for sightseeing tours by comfortable buses or cars. Based on your preferences, our company can provide you any necessary help, can find the best restaurant and organize a banquet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Sightseeing tour of St.Petersburg by bus: Hop on/Hop off.
We suggest you to make an exciting sightseeing tour of St.Petersbur on an excursion, double-decker bus. Virtually all major cities in Europe (Rome, Barcelona, Milan, Naples), such buses are in great demand among tourists. You can right now buy a ticket. Without much difficulty and go to a wonderful sightseeing tour of the city of St.Petersbur. Modern bright buses are easy to notice on the street. From the top of the second floor you can admire the city and take excellent photos. City bus Tour offers to see all the main sights of the city. Our route takes place on Nevsky Prospect through Palace square with stops near St. Isaac’s and Kazan Cathedrals and Savior on the Spilled Blood. You can also see St. Peter and Paul’s Fortress, Cruiser Aurora and the Split of Basil Island.
EVERY DAY from 10:00 to 19:00
Departure of the last bus from St. Isaac’s Square (1) at 19.00
All tickets purchased on our website are valid for 3 months from the date of purchase.
Bus tour«Hop on/hop off» format helps to get in and off the bus whenever you want as long as your ticket is valid. You can easily plan your day: have a trip on the bus, get off at any stop, visit a museum and take pictures, and then to continue the excursion. We have 1 and 2-day tickets.
IN 11 LANGUAGES
Audio-guide in our buses speaks Russian and 10 foreign languages:English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Swedish and Finnish.
2 HOURS FOR
THE WHOLE CIRCLE
Our bus tour around the main sights takes 2 hours. This is the time the bus makes the whole round and returns to its first stop.
From May till September buses operate from 9 a.m. till 8 p.m. with 30-60 minutes intervals. From October till April the start of the excursion is at 10 a.m. and the finish is at 6 p.m. Buses go every 1-2 hours. You can always find the timetable on the website.
ALL YEAR ROUND
City Tour operates during the whole year. In winter the buses are protected from the cold and snow with the roof. For the warm and sunny weather there are the buses with open top.
The driver gives all the passengers a map which helps to orientate in the city and has coupons with discounts to different cafes and restaurants. Also you get free headphones.
We invite you to the traditional Russian fun — riding in traditional Russian sleigh in Tsarskoye Selo, on the snow-covered Aleksandrovsky Park!
In the Alexander Park, part of the State Museum-Reserve «Tsarskoye Selo», calm and fussy. Its light, wide open long avenues, wide glades and wilderness trails in remote areas continue to preserve memories of the times when Peter I presented Catherine with the Sarskaya manor.
At your service for an additional fee: a photographer, a costumed photo session with horses / sleds, a buffet in the park (before / after or during skiing), an individual master class on sledge management, feeding horses under the guidance of an instructor, etc. Master classes for adults and children, photo shoots with stories about horse-drawn transport in the history of Tsarskoye Selo, St. Petersburg and Russia.
Riding by appointment (at your convenience) is possible on weekdays and weekends from 11.00-20.00.
Without prior booking skiing is possible on weekends and public holidays from 12.00 — 16.00.
Ballet is the national honor of Russian and the “visiting card” of the Russian culture. Originated in Italy and France, here it found its “second home country”. It is in Russia where classical ballet traditions have been kept and developed to present them to the whole world again afterwards.
In the XIXth century, many classical ballet masterpieces were born, such as “The Sleeping Beauty”, “The Nutcracker”, “The Swan Lake”, “Raymonda”, “La Bayadère”, and “Don Quixote”. The music to the former three was written by P.I. Tchaikovsky, which also was a break, as nowhere in the world the “great” composers had worked for ballet before. Due to their wonderful music and filigree choreography, these performances are still successful on the Russian and the world stages.
The best theatres
The Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg has been traditionally called the best ballet theatre of the country. Tickets to performances often sold out several months in advance. The Bolshoy Theatre in Moscow tries to astonish with experimental performances, but classical ones are generally more appreciated. The repertoire and company of the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre are really great too. Performances at the Mikhaylovsky Theatre of St. Petersburg are also very popular.
Opera and ballet theatres in Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, and Perm should be mentioned as the outstanding theatres in the regions that actively compete with the established ballet capitals for theatre awards. Yekaterinburg and Perm are recommended for visiting by those who like modern dances. Theatre “Provintsialnye Tantsy” (“Provincial Dances”) in Yekaterinburg has drawn special attention in recent years.
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Solemn reception in the unique palace of the Romanov dynasty. All the guests of the palace will be welcomed with champagne. Before the concert everyone will be invited to a small tour through the palace rooms to get familiar with the life of a noble family, the museum curator will reveal the secrets of the famous Palace. You can also expect a little surprise from professional artist.
The main event of the evening is a concert of classical music! The program includes a collection of outstanding compositions written by Russian composers, you will hear an extraordinary vocal of Mariinsky theatre soloists and unique performance of young talents of Russia.
The evening will immerse you into the unforgettable atmosphere of the time of the Russian aristocracy!
Dress code – cocktail.
The concert program:
- P. Tchaikovsky «Polonaise» from the opera «Eugene Onegin»
- N. Rimsky-Korsakov Fragment from the ballet «Shaherezade»
- A. Borodin «Dance of the Polovtsian Maidens» from the opera «Prince Igor»
- P. Tchaikovsky «Melody»
- A. Vivaldi «The Four Seasons. Storm»
- P. Tchaikovsky «Scene» from the ballet «Nutcracker»
- A. Khachaturian «Waltz» from the ballet «Masquerade»
- S. Prokofiev «Toccata » for piano
- S. Rachmaninoff «Concert for piano & orchestra No2»
- M. Balakirev «Islamey» for piano
- P. Tchaikovsky «Iolanta’s Arioso» from opera «Iolanta»
- G. Rossini «Rosina’s cavatina» from the opera «The Barber of Seville»
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Daily excursion by boat along the Neva and canals with a licensed guide.
Route of the trip:
The Bronze Horseman — along the Neva River in the direction of the Palace Bridge;
Along the Spit of Vasilyevsky Island — we sail through the Peter and Paul Fortress and the Marble Palace;
We pass under the Troitsky bridge to the cruiser Aurora — a turn towards the river Fontanka;
On the Fontanka River to the Moika River with an overview of «Chizhik Pyzhik» with a view of the Engineering Castle and Mikhailovsky Garden;
On the Moika River up to the Winter Grove — from the Winter Grove;
Exit to the Neva River — sail the Winter Palace (the Hermitage) — along the Admiralty — we will see the Kunstkamera — the Bronze Horseman.
A unique tourist attraction, which allows one to feel the history and soul of Russia!
In the program:
Russian folk songs, church songs in academic performance. In the repertoire of the dances of Stavropol, Don, Volgograd, Kuban Cossacks, as well as Cossack songs from different regions. Dances of different peoples of Russia, lyrical dances Russian North, incendiary dances of Voronezh and Don Cossacks, subtle humor of choreographic miniatures Ural and Siberia, and of course, delicious stunts performed by our artists.
Folklore shows give an opportunity to enjoy high skill of execution: at the same time, Russians experience a tide national pride, and foreign guests admire the «mysterious Russian soul.»
In the break buffet tables are offered.
During the 20th century, the name of Russia became almost synonymous with that of the circus: Soviet trapeze artists, clowns and acrobats were renowned for their skill and artistry, and numerous circus acts toured the United States under the name “The Moscow Circus,” bringing Russian circus to global prominence.
Yet the history of the enduring love affair between Russia and the circus goes back almost a thousand years, to the appearance in the 11th century of the skomorokh, a kind of wandering minstrel-cum-clown: They sang, danced, did conjuring tricks and performed comical scenes.
Before the Bolshevik Revolution in 1917, all circuses in Russia were private, but afterwards they all became state-owned. On the one hand, it meant that the government took revenues generated by circus performances under its control; and on the other, that the circus was given a strong support and began to develop not just as part of the entertainment industry but as an art form.
However, inside the country the most popular clown was the “talking clown” Yury Nikulin. The image of a lovable simpleton that he created soon migrated to the best Soviet-era comedies. A successful cinema career did not prevent Nikulin from spending 50 years running the Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoi Boulevard, perhaps Russia’s best-known circus, which now bears his name.
Also top russian circuces are: Great Moscow State Circus on Vernadskogo and Cinizelli circus in Saint Petersburg.
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