Moscow's Notorious Nightlife
As you might expect in a city of over 12,000,000 people Moscow has an amazing array of nightlife options and a scene for everyone - be you a jazz…Read more »
Red Square - its not red and its not square!
Nowhere epitomizes Moscow, Russia's vast and ancient capital, quite like Red Square. An enormous 400 by 150 metres, Red Square lies in the heart of…Read more »
Getting a visa to enter Russia may be one of the most difficult processes, next to getting one to exit Russia if your visa expires. However, we at…Read more »
The Kremlin, seat of the Russian government and home to some of the world's most infamous leaders, ranks alongside Red Square and the Hermitage as…Read more »
Over the last ten years or so the Russian Bride has become a major cultural and economic phenomenon. Type the magic words into Google and you will…Read more »
The Old Arbat
The most famous street in Moscow lies to the West of the Kremlin, where its 1.25km span stretches from ploshchad Arbatskaya to ploshchad Smolenskaya.…Read more »
The Seven Sisters are the architectural legacy of one of the most ambitious building programmes ever conceived. Built on the orders of Jozef Stalin…Read more »
1980 Moscow Olympic Games
The 1980 Moscow Olympics are perhaps most famous for the US-led boycott that saw only 80 out of 147 nations compete, the lowest number since the 1956…Read more »
Get on the Train!
Perhaps one of the most romantic and awe-inspiring journeys is a trip on the Trans-Siberian Railway, a journey lasting about a week which can take…Read more »
Let's be frank - this is the mother of all metros - elegant and impressive compared with the rather grubby affairs in London and New York, and full…Read more »