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Best Hotels For The World Cup

Wondering what hotels to stay in for the 2018 World Cup in Russia? We’ve got you covered. It’s no secret that hotels are very different from country to country. Things that are considered basic service in one part of the world are absolutely unheard of for other parts of the world. Let’s face it, our […]

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What to do in Moscow during the World Cup

What are the best tourist attractions in Moscow? That’s a question you’ll be asking yourself if you travel to Russia for the World Cup. Obviously, the purpose of your trip is the World Cup, but, if you’re staying for more than a day, attending matches will only take up a small portion of your time […]

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World Cup 2018 Predictions

World Cup 2018 Predictions

The world is preparing for the World Cup in Russia, and, hopefully, you’ve already booked your hotel reservations. If not, you’re in the right place. Now that the logistics of your trip are straightened out, it’s time to get to the good part-the competition itself. This year’s competition is sure to be full of surprises. […]

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Why Americans Should Still Go to the World Cup in Russia 2018

Why Americans Should Still Go to the World Cup in Russia I am absolutely gutted, as our friends across the pond would say, that the USMNT didn’t make it to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but I’m not going to let that stop me from enjoying the competition. If you have the opportunity to […]

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The World Cup is coming!!

Why you should go to the world cup…and book your hotel room today The best of soccer will be on display at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, so you need a great hotel to see it yourself. There’s a World Cup, every four years, so what makes this one so special? Well, …it’s bound […]

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Volgograd

Volgograd is truly the city where the outcome of the second World War was decided. The city is located on the west banks of the Volga River. It received its name in 1961, literally meaning “Volga City”. During the Soviet Era it was known as Stalingrad, but no matter what it is called, it is […]

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Sochi

Population: 401,000 Airports: 1 Railway stations: 7 Universities: 11 Museums: 4 Libraries: 5 Parks and gardens: 11 Sochi is Russia’s main resort town. Located in Krasnodar Region on the northeastern coast of the Black Sea, it is unofficially called Russia summer or resort capital. City of Winter Olympics Sochi became a household name in 2014 when […]

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Nizhny Novgorod

Population: 1.2 mln people Airports: 1 Railway stations: 1 Universities: 50 Museums: 42 Libraries: 53 Parks and gardens: 15 Nizhny Novgorod is a city in the European part of Russia located in the confluence of the Oka and the Volga rivers. The city was established in 1221 and is located 400 km away from Moscow. One […]

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Kaliningrad

Sandwiched between Lithuania and Poland, it’s fair to say many overlook the fact that there’s a little piece of Russia squeezed into the area occupied by the European Union. Once the seat of the Teutonic knights, what was once the grand Prussian city of Königsberg now offers a surreal, unique experience to the more intrepid […]

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saransk

Saransk is the financial, economic center and capital of Republic of Mordovia. It lies in the central European Russia .It is situated at the convergence of Saransk and Insar rivers. The city is nearly 406 miles east of the capital  Moscow city. The population of the city is about 297,415. The city enjoys the rank of 64th place in Russian […]

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