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During the holidays St. Petersburg intends to strictly observe all pandemic precautions: from December 30 to January 3, bars and restaurants will be closed, the fate of museums and galleries is still unknown. And yet the northern capital in winter is a real fairy tale, which you should not deny yourself. We have collected several ideas for safe New Year's holidays in St. Petersburg, which are worth paying attention to the residents of the city on the Neva.
Where to stay
Why don't you feel like a tourist at home and meet the long-awaited 2021 in one of the oldest hotels in the city with a breathtaking view from your room? On December 31, the Grand Hotel Europe will treat guests with a set (or rather, two at once, to choose from) from the chef Sergey Andreev. A festive dinner will be served directly to your room, and on January 1, you can go down to the Mezzanine cafe for tea by the fireplace. On Orthodox Christmas, the hotel will host its signature brunch in the Europa restaurant. Under the colorful stained-glass window, there will be a buffet with caviar, oysters, seafood and champagne, which you can taste to the sound of jazz.