Yunost Hotel Moscow

Hamovnichesky val, 34, Moscow, Central Russia, 119048, Russia
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Forum Posts

Transvaal Park

by mina.zolfy

Dear VT friends,

Is Transvaal park reopened after that huge crash or not?
Is there any other indoor water park in moscow (or st petersburg)?



Re: Transvaal Park

by samaralednev

Not open in Moscow.
Waterpark (Aquapark) open in Samara city

Re: Transvaal Park

by samaralednev

Re: Transvaal Park

by Pablos_new

I am not sure that q. was about Samara... ;)

Transvaal is closed. But there are some more aquaparks in Moscow and around.
One is which will be opened back on October 1st after short break for renovation in September.


Re: Transvaal Park

by Pablos_new

Another one working:

Re: Transvaal Park

by whiteritter

Hi there! I would recommend to visit beautiful aquapark Nebug in the South of Russia and feel difference between Moscow and Russian Black Sea region.Cheers!

Re: Transvaal Park

by xfactor2000

As far as I know - yes. And sure - there are plenty of other indoor water parks in Moscow these days.

Travel Tips for Moscow

Roubles and Dollars

by deeper_blue

The official currency here is the Rouble, but Dollars are widely accepted. You can readily withdraw them from ATM's, often it can get confusing when paying in Dollars and getting change in Roubles and vice-versa. It wouldn't surprise me if I was conned at least once.

Visa's informations

by Rick2001

To visit Russia U need to get a visa .
to get it U nee an infitation from a russian citizen .
In case U plan to stay in an Hotel, the Invitation can be issued from it.
Usually there are some specialized services' agencies that can help U with the steps to get the visa but anyway U need the followings documents to send to the russian embassy of your country:
1)Passport with at least 6 month of validity left
2) 2 pictures of yourself
3) Invitation from russian citizen.
4) 30$ more or less
(Obviously I'm speaking about what happen in Italy.... maybe in other countries things are slightly different)

The procedure to issue the visa takes 3 weeks more or less but if U need to have it quicker U can request an urgency procedure, but be adviced that it will cost more and more in proportion to how many days are left before your departure.
U can get one even in 24h but it could cost up to 150$.


by Pablos_new

"Nord-Ost" is a great musical show, unfortunately notorius of the hostage seige in 2002.

I consider Nord-Ost as the most valuable theatrical event of the last 5 years. I saw it twice - before and after sorrowful events. Last time with my 8-y.o. son. When I heard that show will be closed I thought that he must see it. And I was right - he was delighted and remember it now.

Now a days musical is restored in a mobile version. First 10 shows will be in Moscow in September-October 2004 and one can book tickets here: Nord-Ost and than across many towns and cities of Russia. Video fragments could be seen here: Click on picture thumbnails.


by Pablos_new

One could not imagine Russia without a Russian Steam Sauna - BANYA!
Banya is not a special type of sauna, it is not of how Russians have bath, or smth else. Banya is a special way of life!

There are very many banyas and saunas in Moscow, opened for public. There are individual ones, for the small group, big public, family style (all togather) and so on. If you want to have a good banya in Moscow, ask me - I could give you some advices and help you to make the choice.

Below is the link to the site about Russian Banya, developed and supported by my friend - Alexey Razorenov There you can find diferences between sauna and banya and lern many more interesting things.

Russian banya from Russia

Before I went on my trip I...

by Tocco

Before I went on my trip I read a lot of books on the Russian culture. I even tried to learn the language. One of the best things I learned was what to do when you are eating at a Russian dinner table. When you are done with your meal, lay the fork flat on your plate with the prongs down. This lets the waiter or waitress know that you are done. Also leave a little bit of food on the plate to show the chef that he made enough food to please you.


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