The most popular information desks titled “Live Communication” operating in the Moscow metro during the World Cup are located at the “Ploshchad Revolutsii” and “Pushkinskaya” stations, as the Deputy Mayor of Moscow on Transport Issues Maxim Liksutov said. Up to 1 thousand people turn to these desks every day.
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Tourists also turn to volunteers in red caps and armbands to ask different questions, these volunteers are available daily at metro stations and speak English, German, French and Spanish. Most often the fans ask them how to get to Red Square, where Nikolskaya Street is located (by the way, they often show pictures of the street with crowds of foreigners taken from the Internet) and where the “station with the dogs” is situated, meaning to the “Ploshchad Revolutsii” station, as Liksutov told. In addition, according to him, tourists ask “where Lenin sleeps” and whether it is possible to spend a night in the metro having an unlimited travel ticket for a day.
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina