Moscow Highlights in November

Moscow Highlights in November, Moscow, Russia (B)

I’ll be honest – November is not the perfect time to visit Russia’s capital. It’s dark, dirty, muddy and will hardly impress as much as, say, in summer. But that’s when I visited and I will speak of this time of the year. I’ve been looking to visiting this huge city for a while already. As a European national, it wasn’t hard to get a visa. We decided to fly in, so my first impression was Sheremetyevo Airport. It’s huge! passport control is swift and easy, although authorities took their time to inspect my passport carefully. Finally we were out of the gates and met by our dear friends. Here are the Moscow highlights – best of Moscow in November!

Moving around Moscow is complicated. Luckily, we had a car. But even with a car, you might find yourself stuck in traffic jams for hours. By the way, locals use traffic apps to avoid jams. It’s best to combine car and metro sometimes. Our friends live in one of the apartment block districts. My first impression – wow, these houses are huge! Russians like to build big. And they have to – with an eight million people city! The house we stayed in had 20 blocks, and it’s not the biggest out there. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Moscow Highlights in November
Guide Location: Russia » Moscow
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Maria Andreitsuk
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Red square
  • Old Arbat
  • Kievskaya
  • Ploshad’ Revolyutsii
  • Belorusskiy Vokzal
  • Novodevichy Convent
  • Moscow State University
  • Central House of Artists
  • Peter the Great monument
  • Cathedral of Christ the Savior
  • Kremlin
  • Saint Basil`s Cathedral
  • Kotelnichevskaya Embankment Building
  • Worker and Kolkhoz woman
  • Ostankino Tower
  • La Chipolla Cafe
  • Varenichnaya №1
  • Shokoladnitsa

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