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St. Valentine's Day in Moscow Parks
February 12, 2017 14:52

If you are a fan of healthy lifestyle and active recreation, we suggest that you go for a special date at a Moscow skating rink on February 14! 
Hermitage Garden
The Hermitage Garden boasting a reputation of the most romantic place of Moscow is inviting all lovers to its skating rink on February 14. Visitors will be offered master classes by professional figure skaters, free entertainments and sweet surprises.
The couples in love will also participate in merry competitions, sports relays, and prize drawings. Moscow DJs will play romantic music sets at the skating rink all evening long. Free drinks will keep you warm and exhilarated.
Gorky Park 
Pair figure skatings to romantic music, ice quests, delicious gifts and a draw of air tickets to Amsterdam — dreams will come true at the skating rink in Gorky Park on St. Valentine's Day!
Romantic atmosphere will be created with special illumination in the form of  animated pulsing hearts in the central avenue and a music set by actor Pasha Artemyev from the Praktika Theater.
Take a quest for lovers, enjoy free desserts, and ice dance to the sounds of electronic funk and warm up with two mulled wines at the price of one.
And make sure not to miss a draw of two flight tickets to Amsterdam! For this purpose register in Pavilion 2 and be in the central avenue to hear the draw results at 9 pm — someone will be lucky!
Goncharov Park 
On St. Valentine's Day the skating rink in the Goncharov Park will have a romantic festive art object: the Letter of Love will appear here at noon. It is a huge heart, which everyone can put a Valentine's Day card onto.
Outdoor games and fun contests for loving couples will be started at the skating rink at 2 pm. Kids will not be bored here either: cheerful games and fun sports relays will be arranged for them.

Author: Vera Ivanova


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