Bulgakov Hostel

Arbat Str. 49, Entrance 2, Moscow, Russia
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Football in Moscow this weekend

by value4money

Hi there

Am gonna be in Moscow this coming weekend staying at Courtyard by Marriott......and although on organised tour my brother and I will be free Saturday afternoon and Sunday all day.....could anyone advise me if it would be possible to get to a Moscow Football game as would love to do that...........any help would be gratefully accepted.



Re: Football in Moscow this weekend

by Morozov

I’m not football fan so my help wouldn’t be completed ;)
There will be one Russian football championship match Moskva – Spartak on Saturday September 13 on Lokomotiv stadium. And there will be one Russian football championship match CSKA – Luch Energia on Sunday 14 on Luzhniki stadium.
One ticket price is 1500 Russian rubles (~ 60 USD) in booking office:
Ask to buy tickets for you your Marriott hotel, usual they help their guests or maybe they advise something.
Good Luck!

Re: Football in Moscow this weekend

by value4money

Thanks Morozov.much appreciated

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Moscow Weather

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Most part of the year Moscow weather differs from Western and Central Europe. Due to its continental climate temperature varies from -20'C (sometimes -30 'C) in winter to +30 'C in summer time. Winter is rather long - from late October to April everything is covered with snow.

But that is not the worse thing. During autumn and winter time weather could change three times a day - sun and frost in the morning, raining and snow melting at day time and great snowfall in the evening.

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There are severl different 'cultures' present in Moscow. There are the people that spent the majority of their adult life pre-perastroyka and tend to still be very conservative and look grim much of the time. There is a group that is much younger and has grown up after Gorbachev and these Moskovites are VERY European in dress, in personality and in style. Of course there is some overlap, but if you do come for a visit, tell me if you have noticed the same thing??

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I was lucky enough to go to the baptism of my godson in this church last Saturday. It was a beautiful, Fall day, and the weather was perfect for picture taking. I am not a member of the Russian Orthodox Church, so it was a rare chance for me to see their services and take part in one. It was a really special experience.

I have more photos than commentary, so please excuse my lack of comments. Thanks.

Packing List

by John_P_LSU

Needless to say, if you go in the Winter, it can get bitterly cold. On a cold, windy day a hat and gloves are required. There will be lots of ice on the sidewalk, so boots may be in order. Summers can be quite hot, occasionally getting up to the mid-90s so bring some light clothing. It is recommended that you bring all of the documentation that goes with prescription drugs and be prepared to show it at Customs if necessary.


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