Dating expatriate moscow

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No visit to Moscow is complete without a trip to the Bolshoi Theatre, and ballet performances at the Kremlin Palace are outstanding.There are many fascinating museums in the city, as well as wonderful architecture (particularly in the city centre).Traffic congestion can be nightmarish in Moscow and many expats choose to hire a driver rather than braving the roads alone.The city vies with St Petersburg for the title of ' Russian Cultural Capital', and while most would agree that St Petersburg deserves this title more, Moscow is by no means short of cultural activities and events.Before moving to Moscow, expats should read as much as they can about the city to prepare themselves, and to help minimise any initial culture shock.

It goes pretty much without saying that things are at their most extreme in Moscow, where everything is at its most extreme. These two key factors make Moscow a prime location for disguising (and, indeed, fuelling) any expat’s incipient alcoholism and for finding all sorts of warming things to do after a stressful day at work, cuddling up to the nearest available person being only the most obvious.

During rush hour it can get crowded, especially in the centre, but generally the trains will be less crowded than in London or Tokyo.

Buses can be very infrequent, so another good option is to take a marshrutka (a minibus taxi), which follows a fixed route that often mimics the bus route.

Finding love is a challenging quest even in your home country.

Dating internationally will either make it more so or raise the chance to finally get the partner you've been looking for all along.

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