What to see in Moscow in 4 days: First part (day 1 and 2)

The event at the origin of this trip was a seminar of my company in Madrid in February 2018 when I met and became friends with one of the colleagues of the Moscow branch who, having learnt of my passion for travelling, told me to visit him whenever I wanted. The chance came in the early July 2018 when, taking advantage of two days of Bank Holidays in Czech Republic (5-6 July), I decided to take a break from work and fly to the Russian capital. during the period in which the World Cup took place … What more to wish for for a travel and football addict as me?

1 DAY (Thursday): after arriving at Sheremetyevo airport late in the morning, my colleague took me to his home in Krasnogorsk, about 25 kilometers north-west of Moscow, where I stayed during the whole stay. I was welcomed by a steaming plate of delicious borsch, the beet soup which is one of the most famous Russian dishes. After taking our time, we headed by car to Moscow State University – one of the seven skyscrapers of Moscow built in the Stalinist Gothic style commonly called the Seven Sisters – which is the tallest educational building in the world.


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