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Hop-On Hop-Off River Buses Operate In Moscow (video)
16.05.2013 12:40
Hop-On Hop-Off River Buses Operate In Moscow (video)

 How would you like it to explore Moscow from the deck of a river bus? It would be awesome, and even more so if you could get off the bus near the Kremlin, have a quick walk along the embankment, and then pop onto another river bus that would take you to the Moscow State University in Vorobyovy Hills. 

      So the City Sightseeing Group thought when they set two branded red river buses off to the waters of the Moskva River. The buses called Idegei and Venice can accomodate up to 33 passengers and have audio guides in 8 languages: Russian, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Chinese, and Arabic. A full adult ticket costs RUB600 (~$20), and students, kids, and pensioners go for RUB500 (~$16). 

      To get inspired, take a look at this slideshow of Moscow from the water photos:



Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian tourism Moscow events Moscow tourism   

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