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Moscow restaurants

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Have you ever wondered what kind of culinary delights Moscow restaurants cater to? Maybe you are doing a research paper, maybe you are learning about your heritage, or maybe you’re getting to plan a wonderful vacation to Moscow. Oh, wouldn’t that be fun. A beautiful place to visit. So it makes one wonder, is there food as great as their architecture?

Well, it may not be as rich and ornate as their architecture, but it is as eclectic. You can find all types of international cuisine from American and French to Italian. There are restaurants that cater to Eastern European fare or just plain European. So if you can find something enjoyable that you would normally eat, you shouldn’t have any difficulty.


Things To Do In Moscow

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If you are thinking about taking a vacation, why not consider Moscow? Maybe you are, maybe you’re not. If you’ve never considered Moscow as a vacation destination, you should ask yourself why that is. What is it about Moscow that would not make a great vacation destination? Maybe it’s because it’s cold. Well, can’t help you there. It is. But other than that, there is no reason not to consider a Moscow vacation.

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As a matter of fact, you might find that once you’ve been on a Moscow vacation, that you can’t remember why you never thought of it before. But maybe you need to be convinced.

So what can you do if you take a Moscow vacation


Top 5 City tours you should take by bus

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Going around a city on foot has always been a favorite pastime of budget travelers like you and me. Walking is a great way to be intimate with a city, learn its rhythm and feel its beat. Unfortunately, walking does get the best of us sometimes, especially if we’re lugging around a big backpack or easily flustered when we open a detailed city map.

A good alternative then to get to know a city would be to sign up for a city tour by bus which will take you to the popular spots in town including a handful of well kept secrets as well. Sure, you might have to spend an entire day with a busload of strangers, but if you look on the bright side, this is also a great way of making new friends along the way. But which cities are the most ideal ones to be seen through the window of a bus and which cities should be saved for meanderings?


A Cultural Excursion in Russia

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Many people may not realize that the country of Russia includes an area that is over 10.5 million square miles. Even though Russia extends over such a massive area it is shrouded in mystery. When one thinks of Russia it is often of revolution and snowy barren lands. This is not true by a long shot. Russia because of its large size encompasses a very diverse region to visit. With some tips and a more in depth look at this fascinating region you will find yourself eager to visit Russia.

Western Russia the Place to Start Your Russian Excursion


Top 8 City Bus Tours worth taking

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Some places are worth exploring by foot and there are destinations best seen from a bus. A tour of a city while riding a bus gives you a different perspective as the tour guide helps you frame in your imagination the beautiful scenery, the people going by their daily tasks, historical landmarks, and the diversity of the community.

We list down some of the top bus tours you can take:

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm has earth friendly buses to help travellers go sightseeing. Tour the islands and check out the Old Town and its medieval structures. You will also see the royal palace and the famous cathedral. As you go north, look up and wait for spire which is actually the Town Hall where great men and women receive the much coveted Nobel Prize. The bus tour Stockholm usually has for its last stop the University hospital and a tour of the campus grounds.


Most expensive cities

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Moscow and Seul made their way to the top. They managed to get in front of the past lider Tokyo where a Heineken is 12$ and a melon is 13$. Berna, Switzerland should have appeared in this top too. I will get into details later.