Tag Archives: Moscow - Page 4

23 Jun
2017
Moscow’s metro is truly unlike any other! Spend any time in the city, and you’ll certainly be travelling on its underground – our handy dictionary will introduce you to the essential terms you need to get on and get around. 1. Автомат (Ticket Machine) Автоматы are the machines you’ll see at the entrance to each metro ...
23 Jun
2017
9 most famous (but hidden) dogs in Moscow As soon as you arrive, but also even before, when you decide and start planning a trip in Moscow, you already know what you don’t want to miss there: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the Kremlin, Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Bolshoy Theatre, being the most famous places of the ...
20 Jun
2017
In part two of our blog on Moscow architecture, we talk you through the lives and works of some of the strangest Soviet architects… The peaks and domes of Moscow’s iconic skyline are so famous that even people who have never visited the city are familiar with many of its architectural landmarks. But the city also ...
16 Jun
2017
In the first of our two-part guide to Moscow architecture, we take a look at some of the most iconic designs which never left the drawing board. Moscow’s architecture is astonishingly rich and diverse, however few people know about the parallel history which runs, invisible, alongside the city streets and squares. In today’s blog we ...
15 Jun
2017
Всем привет from Lucia, the newest intern in Moscow Всем привет! My name is Lucia, I’m 23 years old and I’m the newest intern at Liden & Denz in Moscow. I am a recent graduate of the University of Udine in Italy, where I studied Foreign Languages and Literatures. I’m always been filled with wanderlust, ...
05 Jun
2017
Greetings from Russia with, well, rain – and lots of it. Hello everyone, I’m Kamila – Liden & Denz’s new blogger – I’ll be based in Moscow for the next six weeks, studying Russian and updating you about expat life in the city. This is actually my second stint at Liden & Denz, I spent ...
21 Feb
2017
Moscow’s Winter Wonderland Moscow’s winters are long. Really long. Five months out of the year temperatures rarely rise above freezing. So it’s no surprise Muscovites have a few tricks up their sleeves for having loads of fun through winters that seem to stretch on forever. We’ve compiled a list of the most fun ways to ...
12 Feb
2017
Towards the East – The Trans-Siberian Railway For quite some time I have the wish to travel across Russia with the by Tsar Nicholas II built railway. I would like to learn more about the Russian landscape, and about the daily life in different Russian cities. Therefore, traveling by Trans-Siberian Express all the way to Vladivostok ...
10 Feb
2017
The Moscow Metro Along with being beautiful, the Moscow Metro is massive, beast-like even. The entire system  is 397 km long, has 234 stations, 14 lines, transports 9 million people daily, and the only help we get is a few colors and some squiggly lines. But it doesn’t have to feel like you’re taming a ...
08 Feb
2017
3 Tools That Will Help You Prepare For Travelling I am a big fan of travelling. Once you get bitten by a travel bug, there is no cure – the saying is true. Before my 24th birthday I’ve travelled to over 20 countries around the world. I’ve lived in US, Greece and Russia and used almost every ...