Passenger Port Marine Façade Hosts a Holiday Family Fair
New Year is the biggest holiday we have. Besides, Russia celebrates Christmas (or Nativity rather) on January 7. Between the New Year and Christmas we’ve got the longest holidays in the world. Usually this is a family time, time to travel, relax and also have fairs, theatre performances and other activities and events. This year St. Petersburg passenger port Marine Facade hosts a holiday fair. And it’s really a pity the Baltic cruise season doesn’t stretch out that far.
Despite the cold weather we are having now and broadcasted for the upcoming Christmas, the most popular things at the fair are located outdoors at the pier 1 of St. Petersburg passenger port.
The 8-meter high slide is one of the main attractions for kids.
The skating-rink attracts visitors of all ages. Skates of all possible sizes are rented out inside the terminal free of charge.
There’s always something for boys: quadricycles and snowmobiles are available for a ride.
Our youngest found the ice maze the most interesting.
Russian Santa (we call him Grandfather Frost) together with his granddaughter Snow Maid are happy to be in the pictures with visitors. The payment requested is a verse or a poem about the New Year, Christmas, Christmas tree, snow or winter – if you remember one, you have all the chances to get a present!