Moscow River is the main waterway of the Russian capital. Within the city, its length is 80 km, width varies from 120 m to 200 m. The narrowest part of the river is located near the Kremlin, and the most extensive is near the Luzhniki Stadium.… Read more
Moscow boasts hundreds of churches with intricate interiors, centuries-old history and rich cultural heritage. Here are Top 21 fun facts from our tours about the most beautiful cathedral in Moscow – St Basil’s Cathedral, Russian icons and religion in the Soviet times.… Read more
When can you officially call yourself a local in Moscow? What makes you an insider in Russian capital? If you do at least half of these things, you’re well on your way to being a “Real Muscovite”.… Read more
Moscow tourism does not get as much global attention as you might expect. Our guess is because people don’t know yet all the interesting facts listed below. Visiting Moscow is more than vodka, babushka doll and Kremlin.… Read more
Airport is what an adventure in a new city starts from. This is also the place where it ends, and we like to have good starts and happy endings. To know more about them read Facts about Moscow and St Petersburg Airports.… Read more
10 Best Cities for travelling in 2016 and their fun nicknames.
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Have you ever been in the Moscow’s Kremlin, St Petersburg’s Hermitage, or Lisbon Cathedral?… Read more
With a few exceptions, internationally Moscow is known for Red Square, Kremlin, Armory and St Basil’s Cathedral.
Moscow is a place where the Russian history was made, and most tourists are drawn to Moscow’s rich historical and cultural heritage.… Read more