06 Dec Moscow
When it comes to cities of the world, there are not many that are bigger or more well known than Moscow. The Russian capital is recognised as being an economic, cultural, scientific and political centre of the world and it has reputedly the biggest community of billionaires anywhere in the world. It is the city with the biggest population in Europe and it is regarded as the 54th biggest city in the world. At the last census, the population of Russian stood at more than 11.5 million people.
How to get to Moscow
Given the size and importance of the city, it is no surprise that there are a number of airports to choose from when arriving in Moscow. You will find the Domodedovo Airport, the Sheremetyevo Airport and the Vnukovo Airport. All of these provide domestic and international options. Anyone looking for Domodedovo Airport Transfers DME, Sheremetyevo Airport Transfer SVO or even Vnukovo Airport Transfers VKO options will be delighted to know that Europe Shuttle serve all three main airports. When it comes to finding the most reliable airport transfer in Moscow, Europe Shuttle covers everything you need. The firm can provide the most reliable corporate transportation Moscow has to offer.
As the principal railway hub of Russia, virtually every city and region of the nation can be reached by train from here. This helps to swell the number of people who arrive in Moscow as many people will arrive as part of a connecting journey. There are nine major train stations in Moscow, including Belorussky Railway Terminal, Rizhsky Railway Terminal. Kursky Railway Terminal, Kievsky Railway Terminal, Leningradsky Railway Terminal, Yaroslavsky Railway Terminal and the Kazansky Railway Terminal.
There is also a Metro system making it easier to get across the city.
What to see in Moscow
Given the size of Moscow, no matter what you are looking to see during your stay, there will be something of interest. The Tretyakov Gallery is a world famous gallery and a crucial stop-off for art lovers in the city.
Moscow is also a sporting city with over 60 major stadiums within the city. No matter the sporting discipline, Moscow is a city which tries to support, encourage and motivate its sporting participants and there is no shortage of sporting action to enjoy while in the Russian capital.
Of course, for many people, the history of Russia is the most thrilling reason to visit. The Kremlin and Red Square welcomes an untold number of visitors every single day and no trip to Russia is complete without stopping off here for pictures and to take in one of the most famous areas of the world. Tours are available if you have the time to learn all about this part of the city and why it has been so important over the years.
Soup is an important staple of the Russian diet with both hot and cold soups available. As a major cosmopolitan city, Russia can offer all manner of cuisines from around the world but anyone looking for a taste of genuine Russia will not be disappointed.
While Moscow has more than enough to keep visitors occupied, if you fancy getting out of the city, there are options available. There are plenty of areas within 20km of the Moscow border including Reutov, Marfino, Mytischi, Razvilka and Khimki. These offer a more basic take on life than what Moscow provides so if you are keen to find a change of pace, it is on offer here.
Conferences Centres, Events & Conventions in Moscow
As you would also expect from a city of the importance of Moscow, there is no shortage of conference centres and convention venues in Moscow. If you need to arrange transportation to meetings or events, you will find plenty of options. For the best quality chauffeur services Moscow has to offer, for the best value limousine services Moscow has to offer and for the best class of executive services Moscow has to offer, Europe Shuttle has everything you need.
Main Hotels in Moscow
For main hotels with conference centres attached, you will not struggle in Moscow. Venues like Radisson Blu Slavyanskaya Hotel-Business, the Molodyozhny Hotel, the Renaissance Moscow Hotel and the Courtyard by Marriott Moscow City Centre are well known and highly regarded within the business community.