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    Named the main residences of Santa Claus in Russia

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    On December 31, Syuyumbike Davlet-Kildeeva, head of content and social media at the Kupibilet travel service, told Izvestia about the main residences of Father Frost in Russia.

    So, the most famous residence is, of course, Veliky Ustyug. It is here that you can send a postcard with his signature and seal to your loved ones, walk along the Trail of Fairy Tales, see a hut on chicken legs, visit the Snow Laboratory and admire the starry sky from a telescope.

    only 11 km from Veliky Ustyug, and this is an occasion to combine a visit to Santa Claus with an acquaintance with the ancient city. Veliky Ustyug has its own airport, but now it is being overhauled. Therefore, this year you can get to the residence from Moscow and St. Petersburg by train to Kotlas and then by bus or taxi or by car,” the expert clarified. – in the Kuzminsky forest. On its territory there are several towers: his own, separate for the Snow Maiden, as well as the Towers of Magic, Creativity and Meetings. Guests are offered interactive tours, game quests, master classes, walks along the path of fairy tales with sculptures of characters from favorite children’s works. From Moscow, the residence can be reached by bus from the Kuzminki and Vykhino metro stations. During the New Year holidays, round-trip air tickets from St. Petersburg cost from 6,000 rubles.

    “Siberian patrimony of Father Frost is located an hour’s drive from Yekaterinburg, in the village of Mostovskoye. The main highlight of this residence is the opportunity to ride reindeer: this can be done both as part of a group and individually. The cost of the tour starts from a thousand rubles, the rent of a reindeer team – from 7 thousand. There are regular flights to Yekaterinburg from St. Petersburg and all Moscow airports. The cost of round-trip tickets on holidays starts from 10 thousand rubles,” said Davlet-Kildeeva.

    Surprisingly, there is even a residence of Father Frost in Sochi, on Mount Akhun. Despite the warm weather and the absence of snow, Santa Claus in a traditional costume meets the guests, there is a yurt of the peoples of the North, a workshop, a post office and a deer farm on the territory. A round-trip flight from Moscow or St. Petersburg will cost 20-25 thousand rubles, the specialist added.

    On December 25, it was reported that the Russians sent more than 20 thousand letters to Santa Claus. You can send a letter to the Russian wizard using special mailboxes. However, a message addressed to Santa Claus will be delivered even if it is dropped into a regular mailbox or filled out incorrectly. This year, 40,000 more letters are expected than before.

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