Events and Festivals in Moscow
- Moscow International Film Festival: The Festival is among the oldest in the world. It takes place at the end of June and lasts for about ten days.
- Russian Ballet Festival: The Ballet Festival tends to popularize classical ballet as national property. Performances of Russian and international ballet groups are held during summer months at Natalia Sats Musical Theatre.
- Russian Wine Fair: If you find yourself in Moscow in November, don't miss the Wine Fair. Taste local foods and warm up yourself with excellent wines.
- Art Moscow: International contemporary art fair focusing on current art from all over the world. Enjoy Art in Moscow in September.
- Moscow International Book Fair: The most significant event of a year for Russian publishers as well as for bookworms is held in September.
- Other: If you are planning to visit St. Petersburg, you might consider taking a boat trip. Many of cruise boats stop at some of the Golden ring cities on their way to the second largest city in Russia.
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