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/trv/ 1098: Hi Bernds, as I have posted before on /int/ I a...

BrianPurkiss Avatar
BrianPurkiss:#1098

Hi Bernds,

as I have posted before on /int/ I am going to stay in Moscow for a couple of months next year.

Tell me about your experiences with Moscow (and around), tell me about which places to go and which rather to avoid. Well, basically, tell me anything interesting about Moscow :3

christianoliff Avatar
christianoliff:#1169

>tell me anything interesting about Moscow
sounds lame

to begin with, what are you interested in?
also
>to stay in Moscow for a couple of months
not that great idea unless you're planning on using Moscow as a starting point for your trips around Russia (since it's the major transportation junction in the country)

karsh Avatar
karsh:#1240

Another question: I’m going to stay in Moscow over New Year’s Eve.

But only 3 Full days. What should I See/Do?
Wikitravel doesn’t offer too many things.

Is there anything free to see?

Red square and the Metro station are on my list so far.

grrr_nl Avatar
grrr_nl:#1321

How´s living in Moscow for somebody at mid / end twenties with a decent income? How is the job situatiion for graduates of "normal" studies? Let´s say engineering and business administration.

sindresorhus Avatar
sindresorhus:#1359

>>1321

For a person at mid / end twenties with a decent income Moscow is the best place to live in the entire ex-USSR. The most demanded "normal" spheres of employment are IT, business administration, marketing/PR and accounting. The absolute majority of the biggest Russian companies have their HQs in Moscow.

fatihturan Avatar
fatihturan:#1369

I was there once. Moscow is huge and reminds Seoul but with a big historical center. The city is not as dirty/violent as it may be for 15 million people megapolis. In fact, it's very clean if the weather is not dirty. Actually I liked it a lot. True megacity and very different from anything in Europe.

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