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Make Your Russian Bride Feel at Home in Sydney

30. October 2012 by Lorena 0 Comments

It can be extremely tough to move to a foreign country and leave all you know behind. Luckily, Sydney has great resources to help your Russian sweetheart setting in and adjust. There is a Russian expatriate population in Sydney. The Bondi Beach are is also a popular destination for Russian tourists, and boasts many restaurants and attractions that cater to that group. A few resources to check out with your Russian honey to help her adjust and feel more at home:

 

If you want to raise your child with a strong sense of his or her Russian heritage, the Eastern Russian Suburbs School has a lot to offer. The school offers Russian language lessons, Russian history, and important aspects of Russian culture, including music and dance.

 

The website The Russian Connection provides information about cultural events, concerts and meet-ups for Russian expatriates. This site allows her to see at a glance what’s going on nearby.

 

The Australian Russian Theater (A.R.T.) has put on productions of Russian plays in Sydney for eight years. The theater group meets weekly just outside Sydney at the Russian Club at Strathfield.

 

Got a taste for Russian discotheques? Club Russia offers regular disco nights for you and your bride.

 

Want to improve your Russian language skills? Check out Adult Language School's Free Language Exchange. The social group meets on the first Thursday of each month at The Shark Hotel on Liverpool Street.

 

There is a Sydney Russian-English Meet-Up group that gives your Russian bride a chance to improve her English while you learn more of her language. 

 

The Russian Club of Sydney is a great place for you and your bride to relax and connect with her history. The club has a restaurant that offers great Russian food at reasonable prices. They put on social events on a regular basis.