The capital of Russia is steeped in history and features some amazing architecture from the Soviet era and beyond. Explore Red Square, The Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral. Pay your respects to Lenin at his mausoleum, or tour the museums. Warm up those credit cards with a spot of boutique shopping in the markets, and enjoy internationally acclaimed cuisine in Moscow’s restaurants.
After studying the Emancipation of the Serfs, the Cold War and the Cuban Missile Crisis back in my high school days, I was really looking forward to see a land that has oodles of history. And that’s exactly what I … Continue reading
Here’s another post from our ongoing Travel Writing competition. Thank you Esther Harper for this little gem! Send your entries in and stand a chance of winning a trip to Morocco. More details here. Armed with a travel guide, later … Continue reading
What better way to symbolise the new Russia than building The Ritz-Carlton on the site where the grim Intourist Hotel used to be. I loved the way the hotel combines the best of old Russian imperial grandeur with new Russia’s … Continue reading
Russia is one of the most fascinating countries I have ever visited. It was a place that I had wanted to explore for years, and even when I spent 4 years working in Europe, I sadly missed the opportunity to … Continue reading
If you’ve run out of churches and historical buildings to visit in Moscow, then step down underground to explore “the most beautiful transport system in the world”. Moscow underground system is really unique. It is the world’s second most heavily used … Continue reading
We’re very proud to introduce the very first post in the Travel Writing Competition. First up we have Mr. Sam Oiberman, who sent us this inspired piece about the city of Moscow. If you’ve got a piece you’d like to … Continue reading
I had a fabulous time on my recent tour of Russia. The tour leader, Victoria Romanenkova was absolutely brilliant. I cannot put in words how excellent she is. She is a real asset to On The Go. Her knowledge is … Continue reading