Moscow Travel Articles
- The Park Life – Moscow, Russia
- Every tourist visits the instantly recognizable St. Basil's Cathedral and Red Square, but ex-pat Jonathon Engels recommends visiting Moscow's great wealth of public parks to enjoy the city more like the locals do.
- The Moscow Metro Museum of Art: 10 Must-See Stations
- In a city where prices elevate to astronomical, Jonathon Engels tells how, for less than a dollar, Moscow's Metro can offer some of the most notable sights the city has and provide a culture exchange of the truest nature.
- Urban Muse – 10 Locations to Inspire Your Writing
- Are you a traveler and a writer? Ahimsa Kerp recommends ten of the best cities in the world to pen your novel or write your travel memoirs.
- The Ghosts of History: Moscow, Russia
- Join this Englishman in Moscow on a visit to a war museum in the city, reflect with him on the past, and think about what it might mean for the future.
- To Moscow & Red Square – Russia, Europe
- Rich Gonzalez takes his first trip to Moscow, and discovers that the most famous sites are very worthwhile regardless of your previous opinions.
- Moscow’s Traffic – Russia, Europe
- In Moscow, you need a whole new set of skills to cross a street. Get tips from Ann Simon on how to accomplish this and live to tell the tale - and write the story.
- Russians and Their Holidays – Moscow, Russia, Europe
For Ann Simon one of the best parts of living in Moscow is being surprised by holidays scattered around the calendar. The Russians are ready to celebrate at the drop of one of their really cool hat
- Moscow’s Kiosk Economy – Russia, Europe
- Ann Simon grew fascinated with Moscow's numerous kiosks that sell everything from shoelaces to shashlik. Whatever you need is right there on the street corner.
- Izmailova: World Class Craft Fair – Moscow, Russia, Europe
Ann Simon is dazzled by what she sees at the shoppers' jackpot of Izmailova in Moscow, Russia.
- Trans-Mongolian Express – Cairo to Beijing
- Kuan Sng recounts his experience getting that rare transit visa in hand, his two full days in Moscow (reflected as one calendar day on his application), and the weeklong train journey (a tri-monthly c