(PRWEB UK) 18 December 2013
The festive season in Russia starts with New Year’s Eve and leads to Christmas on 7th January. It provides an opportunity for Christmas lovers to extend their celebrations and enjoy the longer holiday season with a second Christmas in Russia.
During the holiday season, the capital of Russia turns into true winter wonderland with its Christmas market on the Red Square, countless ice rinks throughout the city, snowman contests on Arbat Street, an Ice Sculpture Festival, cross-country skiing in Gorky Park, and troika rides and folk dancing in Izmailovsky Park. There is also crispy air and mountains of snow for a true Russian winter experience.
For indoor activities, Moscow is great for museums and shopping. For an art experience, visiting the famous metro stations is a great start before the Kremlin, State Armory or the Pushkin Museum. If shopping is your idea of fun, the city is packed with elegant boutiques and splendid malls such as GUM and TsUM that feature the most exclusive labels, and there are many mainstream malls and bustling markets in Dorogomilovskiy and Ismailovo.
The New Year Eve celebration cannot happen without a proper party. The Best Western Vega Hotel invites all its guests to join the Gatsby style New Year’s Eve Party in Moscow to bring in 2014 in style. The evening will be filled with live performances, dancing, and traditional Russian flavours.
For this true experience of a Russian winter and the Christmas cheer, the Best Western Vega Hotel offers a few nights stay with breakfast and airport transfers, discounted full visa services and the best available flight rates booked through the Russian National Tourist Office.
More information about the hotel available at http://en.hotel-vega.ru.