Russkie Prostori have a good tradition to organize a party twice a year! This time we were all involved in a City Quest specially prepared for our clients as brand new product on the market! Of course all our project managers know St. Petersburg better than anybody though we had the hardest version of the quest to test with all our strength and team spirit!

Start of the quest


Starting from Mayakovsky Bar just opened and located near St.Isaac Cathederal we walked through the city at a quick pace, all the while looking for the parts of disappeared formula. IPads received by each team, not only navigated teams on their way, but also helped them to collect pieces of information and clues!



As you can see at the beggining we all were like "Oh my Gosh where to go??" but then we summoned up to be ready for a real challenge!!!

How it works?


All of us were divided into teams. Right before the game, our expert held a brief coaching, and after going through «training stage», each team followed their individual route, visiting sights and accomplishing various creative and intellectual challenges.

These are some task examples we had:

Answer a Question
You are at the Blue Brudge. To make the first question simple, please type the year treated officially as the year when Saint Petersburg was founded.

Take a Picture
Take a photo of somebody (preferrably a couple) and use the”Paint” function to turn them into Pushkin and his wife walking along the Quay. Do you know how people looked like that time?



Make a Video
Our team needed to have an anthem! The task was to create and sing it. Make a video of your team singing. Then we could get extra points if we managed to call more people to help us singing.



Final Destination


The final destination became recently opened 5star hotel Four Seasons. Within a 19th-century Russian royal palace, its entry guarded by two marble lions, Four Seasons reveals a restored luxury hotel treasure in the historic Admiralteysky district – just two blocks from the Hermitage Museum and close to Nevsky Prospekt and the Mariinsky Theatre. In fact it really looks like a palace inside! And after a short summary and a few cocktails we went to the restaurant Biblioteka on Nevsky Prospect to have a nice dinner have a rest and discuss all funny aspects of the quest.

In conclusion we can say that Quest Test was so much fun for us in spite of the hard version! For our clients we offer a light version which certainly will be unforgettable adventure for those who are going to visit Russia! Such quests are available in 3 main Russian cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg and Sochi with a plenty of variations! To choose a perfect variation for your event you only need to contact us and we will let you know everything in detail!