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Volunteers Help Foreign Tourists in Moscow
27.06.2012 13:19
Volunteers Help Foreign Tourists in Moscow
All volunteers wear T-shirts with this logo

The summer started with an interesting event - a special volunteer group has been organized in Moscow. The members of this group visit popular places of the city and provide tourists with all necessary help.

      Volunteers can help you from 10:00 till 20:00. They usually work in pairs and wear brand T-shirts with logo of Moscow and inscriptions “Welcome 2 Moscow” and “Can I help you?”.

      Everyone with knowledge of English and appropriate age (more than 14) can join this voluntary movement.

      Before start working all members hold a two-week training course in English and Moscow Studies.

      Currently, about 150 people are already registered, but only about 50 are really working on the streets.

      It is expected that the group will number 300 members in the end of this year and 1000 members the next year. In addition, it is planned to open two new voluntary posts - at the Tretyakov Gallery and at the VVTs (All-Russian Exhibition Center). 

      Source: travel.ru. Image courtesy: vk.com.


Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow volunteers tourist information  

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