????If you need a taxi, use Uber to get around. Like in many touristic cities cab drivers may have problems communicating in foreign language or just simple overcharge you. To avoid this use the Uber Russia or local Yandex taxi app. Price will be known before the start of your trip and you can pay by credit card or cash – your choice.
????After visiting all Moscow must see sights like the Red Square, St. Basil Cathedral, Kremlin and Tverskaya street, have a relaxing time in one of the numerous city parks
. Green areas take up one third of Moscow's territory and are used not just for tranquil walks but for various outdoor activities – cycling, skating, sport and culture festivals, open air exhibitions and much more. About 5-10 years ago city government ordered to renovate the city's major central parks and equip them with playgrounds, bike and scooter rentals and deck chairs. To sum up – you can spend significant amount of time in a local park and not get bored! If you want to check out just one of them make it - Gorky park, a favorite hangout place for Moscovites.
????If you are staying in Moscow for more than 2-3 days, than use your chance to see Saint-Petersburg, also known as the "Venice of the North". Everyday thousands of people travel between these two main Russian cities. Russians prefer to use the high-speed train Sapsan, it provides comfortable seats, hot meals and gets you from Moscow to Saint-Petersburg city centers in just 4 hours. You can also travel by plane (1 hour), but take into account the check-in procedure and a long way to and from the airport making you spend even more than 4 hours for travel. Saint-Petersburg is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, so in high season make sure to book your tickets in advance.