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Russian Winter on the Maps
December 14, 2011 15:38


Landscape of the Krasnaya Polyana ski resort

As we are writing about Russian winter activities and events, we also put them on the map, marked with lovely blue snowflakes or skiers. Here, then, comes a snowfall of flakes and skiers, as we bring all the Russian Winter maps in one article.
Ice-skating is a must activity for winter in many countries, and Russia is no exception. Of course, you can ski away in the Swiss Alps, but nothing beats ice-skating in a city centre, in Christmas lights, together with many other tourists and citizens. Our Travel and Transportation editor has collected all best ice-rinks in Moscow, just for you! And if you live in our northern capital, there is a map of ice-rinks in St. Petersburg.


View Russian Winter 2011: Ice Rinks in Moscow in a larger map

View Russian Winter 2011: Ice Rinks in St. Petersburg in a larger map

Next, for those of you who cannot imagine their Christmas without traditional markets and fairs , come the maps with all the main shopping venues in Moscow and St. Petersburg. These markets and fairs have only recently been making a comeback, and for generations of people this is still something they haven't known before.
View Christmas Markets and Fairs in Moscow in a larger map

Christmas Markets and Fairs in St. Petersburg
Last but not least, our website has for years been assembling features about the winter tourist destination s, and they all come together in the map below. Browse, read, and maybe we'll see you in Russia: in many of these regions the tourist season lasts until May.


View Russian Winter Activity Holidays Destinations in a larger map

Julie Delvaux
. (Articles cited are by Natalia Semicheva, Artyom Ganin, and Yulia Buzykina).
Image courtesy:Artflakes.


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Russian Winter Moscow St. Petersburg  

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