What better way to prepare yourself for your trip to Moscow than with the KLM travel guide? Our team of travel experts covers everything that makes this city a must-see.
Moscow’s stunning metro is a top attraction in its own right, but it is also the most effective way of reaching the city’s best spots. You can purchase a stored-value card called a “Troika” at the metro station and use it to access the metro, public buses and the tram.
Moscow in July has an average temperature of 19°C (65°F), while January sees the coldest of the Russian weather with a bitterly cold average temperature of -8°C (18°F). If you do visit during the winter, make sure to bring plenty of warm clothes.
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