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New River Route to Appear in Moscow
10.04.2012 11:25
New River Route to Appear in Moscow
the Moskva River

Moscow is preparing for the passenger navigation season on the main capital's river. Ferries and motor boats will start carry locals and tourists April 20, 2012.

      The new route will be opened on the Moskva River: Pechatniki – Bolshoy Ust'insky Bridge – Gorky Park.

      The price of the ticket is the same as in the previous season: 400 rubles for adults and 150 rubles for children.

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: www.crys.ras.ru.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow Moscow rivers river cruises  

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