Moscow has a lot to offer to tourists: Museums and religious buildings, Famous streets, Theater, Parks and gardens, Shopping Malls. Do keep in mind, that while traveling in Moscow, as in the rest of Russia, you must always have your passport with you. If you look non-white, your papers may get checked more often than usual, due to a big problem of illegal immigration which Moscow police is greatly aware of. where to sleep in Moscow ? With the exception of some high-end hotels, all hotels and hostels offer free WiFi and many have computer terminals. Almost all accept credit cards. Hotels and hostels will usually provide a visa invitation and registration for an additional fee.
My journey to Moscow was really unique. I went with a good friend of mine which spoke the language and grow up in Moscow. Our Memories from Moscow`s tour will remain forever, as we had fun, tears, party, shopping and many more tourism attractions.
Our first station was the Red Square – The heart of Moscow , Surrounded by St. Basil’s Cathedral, the State History Museum, Lenin’s Mausoleum and one of the Kremlin’s long brick walls. The cobbles that make up the square are black and not red; the name comes from another gloss of the Russian word “krasniy”, meaning “beautiful”.
Traveling by Metro in Moscow was quiet an experience, I dont know how its today, but when we were there there were no signs in English everything was written in Russian, I am glad I had my friend, because without her I would probably lost my way.