At Russian Rhapsody, we don’t place allotments. As the situation with hotels keeps constantly changing too, we always work with you and your clients upon request. We will be delighted to outline the program around the dates of the Champions League and EURO Soccer. Below you will find two activities, but we would be happy to suggest other ones.
The event you’ve been dreaming for a long time – football match! UEFA EURO 2020 match at the Gazprom Arena stadium. We can arrange all kinds of fabulous activities in St Petersburg around the matches for you and your clients.
June 12 - Belgium - Russia
June 14th. Poland - Slovakia
June 16. Finland - Russia
June 18. Sweden - Slovakia
21st of June. Finland - Belgium
June 23. Sweden - Poland
July 2. Quarterfinals
Pre-dinner tour in St petersburg
Around the Champions League Events we can organise several events.
City highlights from water St. Petersburg is known all over the world as "Venice of the North". Created as the maritime city, it has moved away from the side and developed on the islands of the Neva delta, in its arms (Great and Little Neva, Great, Small, Middle Nevka), its tributaries and canals Artificial. In the middle of the nineteenth century, the city was located on 101 islands, where its name comes from "Venice of the North". Currently, the historical center of St. Petersburg has 42 islands. They are bathed by more than 90 canals and rivers. Without discussion, the discovery of the interlacing of the canals is one of the most beautiful walks to do in town.
FOOTBALL MATCH – Premier League
If you're a fan of English football, then London is your football heaven. Some of the most successful and historic English teams have their home ground (stadium) here. Of the teams that play in the Premier League, the top professional division in England, 3 have won 83 titles in domestic and European competitions.
Nine London clubs play in lower pro leagues, and 27 amateur clubs are also based in London. The England national football team’s home stadium, Wembley, is also based in London. So whether you’re in London to catch the FA Cup Final, a knockout competition of all adult teams in England or here to root for your favourite team, you’ll find plenty to cheer about. Prices vary depending on the match and on the demand, usually they are sold for around £400 per person, inluding food and beverage.