Russia is a great country that is rightfully proud of its unique rich culture. Russian theater has gained a global recognition as one of the most professional and artistic ones, while its opera and ballet performances traditionally hold the highest positions on the world stage and are attended by millions of people annually. The most famous Russian theaters are nestled in Moscow and St. Petersburg and give performances almost daily, so whenever you visit Russia, you will be able to pamper yourself with an amazing evening at one of the theaters. Just browse our theater section, choose the convenient day and performance you want to attend and book tickets online! We recommend you to book tickets in advance (at least a month before), so that you could find the best seats and performances available.
It is always an adventure to visit another country, and especially Russia, as its history, culture and traditions are unmatched. The Hermitage Museum, the Kremlin and the Tretyakov Gallery are well-known far beyond the Russian borders. They are considered one of the best collections and the real treasure troves of Russian and world’s fine art and history. And this is not by any means the full list of Russian museums - Moscow, St. Petersburg and most other Russian cities offer you to discover the best gems of classic and contemporary art hidden inside their outstanding museums. For our part we will be happy to help you organize a memorable visit to one of the museums and provide you with our special services, including guided tours and “before hours” entrances.
Russian Best Summer Events
Summer is definitely the most eventful season in Russia. Nice weather allows to hold interesting events in the open air, thus providing Moscow and St. Petersburg guests with a unique opportunity to kill two birds with one stone - to watch spectacular performances and enjoy the beauty of the city and its main attractions at the same time. While you are in St. Petersburg don’t miss a chance to experience the famous season of White Nights that lasts for approximately 3 months and culminates in a breathtaking Scarlet Sails show that leads you to the Neva River embankment where brilliant performances, boat parades and fireworks take place. Or travel to the outskirts of the city to delve into the atmosphere of Imperial Russia and celebrate a new fountain season strolling around the Versailles-inspired parks of Peterhof.