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Russian Winter: Skating in St. Petersburg
December 14, 2011 15:51


Each winter thousands of locals and tourists from across enjoy skating in St. Petersburg, a city with rich history, splendour culture and plenty of entertainments. Come to one of numerous ice rinks and you will a really great time, because skating is fun, healthy and could be a perfect way to spend a romantic winter night or an exciting day with your children. 

Here is a brief list of several open ice skating rinks in St. Petersburg.

“City ice rinks”
There are several ice skating rinks, united under one brand “City ice rinks”. You can choose any, which is easy to get to from your hotel.

Address:
Ice rink 1: 93, Budapeshtskaya St. (“Kupchino” metro station).
Ice rink 2: 51, Prospekt Metallistov (“Ploshchad Lenina”, “Novocherkasskaya”, “Ladozhskaya”, “Ploshchad Vosstaniya” metro stations).
Ice rink 3: Ploshchad Evropy (Square of Europe), Vasilievsky island, behind the hotel “Pribaltiyskaya” (“Primorskaya”, “Vasileostrovskaya” metro stations).

Hours:
Every day from 11:00 to 23:00.

Prices:
Adults: 200 rubles
Children: 120 rubles
Skate Rentals: 400 rubles per two hours (adults), 250 rubles per two hours (children).
Grinding skates: 150 rubles

Note: Hours and rates are subject to change. Call +7 (812) 715-22-40 to confirm pricing and schedules.

Ice Rink at Narvskaya
Address: 6/8, Perekopskaya St, stadium “Kirovets” (5 minutes from “Narvskaya” metro station).

Hours:
 Weekdays from 14:00 to 23:00, weekends from 10:00 to 23:00.

Prices:
Children under 7 and pensioner enter free of charge.
Adults: 200 rubles (weekdays) and 250 rubles (weekends)
Students: 150 rubles (weekdays), 200 rubles (weekends).
 Skate rentals: 120 rubles per hour. The pledge is 1000 rubles or driving license. 
 Grinding skates: 150 rubles.

Additional services:
Car park: 100 rubles.
The checkroom is free of charge.
 Snack and drink machine.
 
Note: Hours and rates are subject to change. Call +7 (965) 012-15-20 to confirm pricing and schedules.

Ice Rink near TUZ (Young Spectator's Theatre)
Address: 1, Pionerskaya Square (“Pushkinskaya”, “Zvenigorodskaya” metro stations).

Hours:
Weekdays from 12:00 to 22:00, weekends from 11:00 to 22:00.

Prices:
Weekdays: children and pensioners - 150 rubles, students - 200 rubles, adults - 250 rubles.
 Weekends: children and pensioners - 200 rubles, students - 250 rubles, adults - 300 rubles.
 Skate rentals: 150 rubles per day.

Additional services:
Grinding skates: 250 rubles.
Coach: 300 rubles per hour. 

Note: Hours and rates are subject to change. Call +7 (901) 372-53-35 to confirm pricing and schedules.

Ice Rink at CPKO (Kirov Central Culture and Leisure Park)
Address: 4, Elagin island (“Krestovsky ostrov”, “Staraya derevnya” metro stations).

Session times:
11:00-12:00, 12:00-13:00, 13:30-14:30, 14:30-15:30, 16:00-17:00, 17:00-18:00, 18:30-19:30, 19:30-20:30. 

Prices:
Entrance to the park is free of charge on weekdays and costs 50 rubles for adults and 20 rubles for students on weekends.
One skate session costs 100 rubles (per hour).
Skate rentals: 200 rubles per hour. The pledge is 2000 rubles or driving license. 

Additional services:
Grinding skates, checkroom (30 rubles), the school of figure skating (call +7 (812) 430-00-81). 

Note: Hours and rates are subject to change. Call +7 (812) 430-09-11 to confirm pricing and schedules.

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Natalia Semicheva.

Image courtesy: www.emozzi.com, www.life-pedia.ru, www.sport-katok.com.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russina Winter Russian tourism St. Petersburg skating-rink activity holidays 

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