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Saint Petersburg Morning Ziplining in the Rope ParkKid-Friendly

Saint Petersburg Morning Ziplining in the Rope Park

Escape the bustle of St Petersburg for some thrilling zipline action in Greenvald Park Scandinavia, about 31 miles outside the city. Set out in the morning to visit this exciting activity park, home to trampolines, a climbing wall and volleyball courts as well as its 6-track rope park, perfect for taking in scenic views while zipping from one lookout to the next. Greenvald is also home to a lake and even a sauna―so there's plenty of opportunity for relaxing later in the day.
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  • 3 hours
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US$12.00
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US$12.00

Russian New Year celebrationEscape the Room

Russian New Year celebration

New Year is definitely one of the most significant festivals for millions of Russians all around the world. In Russia, the New Year is celebrated on December 31, BUT ESPECIALLY FOR OUR GUESTS we will arrange this holiday at any time of the year! For Russians the New Year is both a family festival and a party with their friends. Tangerines, champagne and meat salad are the must-have dishes at the New Year dinner table. At about 5 minutes to midnight Russians switch on the TV and watch the President of Russia addressing the people of Russia. After that everybody celebrates the New Year while the Kremlin clock chimes midnight. Russians have a very interesting tradition of making a wish: you need to write a wish on a piece of paper, burn the piece, toss it in a glass of champagne and drink it. Be sure your wish will come true! There are so many interesting Russian traditions of New Year celebration, which you have chance to know to join us!
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  • 4 hours
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