给你推荐俩： （一） Opened in 2006 Igora is currently the most popular ski resort in the St. Petersburg region, located at an approximately one-hour ride from the city, with plenty of activities and facilities for every taste and need. The resort complex offers a wide range of tracks suited for different levels of experience and for those who aren’t so interested in zooming down the slopes, plenty of other recreational and relaxing activities. There’s an outdoor skating rink, indoor swimming pool, spa, different restaurants, cinema, bowling club, billiard room, as well as a hotel and chalets for rent. Some even have their own banyas! Getting there: By bus: From Parnas metro station: public bus 960. From Devyatkino metro station: public bus 859, 897. Get off at the ’69 Km’ or Sosnovo stop. By train: From Finlyandsky train station take a train to the station ’69 Km’ or Sosnovo. By car: Head north on Pr. Engelsa then take the A121 heading towards Sosnovo.
（二） Once famous for being Peter the Great’s favourite hunting place, the area of Tuutari park never ceases to entertain St. Petersburg locals with its distractions. Today, the park provides a wide range of outdoor activities suited for all seasons and ages. In the winter, Tuutari Park is a major attraction for its slopes and events that can be organised on demand for families and companies alike. Getting there: By bus: From Pr. Veteranov metro station: public bus 631 to the turn on Tuutari Park. Then 6km on foot. By train: From Baltisky train station take a train to the Mozhaiskaya station, then be prepared for a long walk – it’s about 45 minutes on foot through the countryside to the park. By car: From Pl. Pobedy at the end of Moskovsky prospekt go on to Kievskoe shosse and then take a right before you reach Krasnoe selo (remember to watch for the signs).