White Nights June 2011


Piter's Parks

  • June 09, 2011
For confirmed urbanites intimidated by the hardships of dacha life, an afternoon in the park may be quite enough nature for one day.

Kiev, Capital of the Slavs

  • June 09, 2011
The city of Kiev, founded more than 1,500 years ago and the heart of ancient Kievan Rus, is rich with dazzling churches, fascinating folklore and enticing parks and gardens.

Backyard Books

  • June 09, 2011
A new bookstore offers 'intellectual literature non-stop' to customers who care more about a book's sentimental value than its current popularity. Those who can find the place are richly rewarded with a vast selection of books and exotic teas.

Eating Out

  • June 09, 2011
An independent overview of St. Petersburg's dining scene.

Gigs

  • June 09, 2011
From California rockers Papa Roach, to New York's gypsy folk-punk band Gogol Bordello, to pop stars Duran Duran, there is plenty to see and hear.

Cooking Up a Storm

  • June 09, 2011
When Alexander Belkovich, brand chef for Ginza Project restaurants in St. Petersburg, travels to another town or city, whether for business or on holiday, he goes straight to the local market.
White Nights June 2011
White Nights June 2011
The guide White Nights has an exciting article about famous St. Petersburg parks, recommends the best restaurants of the city, and also publishes a city map with useful information about places to eat and famous landmarks.
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