The most populous city is located in the largest country of the world, Russia. Moscow is also the largest city in the entire European continent and has the status of Russian federal city.

Since it is a humungous city, it has multiple magnificent places to travel.

My elder brother had recently gone for an internship trip and after having a very interesting chatter with him over it, I would like to dedicate this blog for his experience.

He started off from Hyderabad to Russia via Delhi. Flight experiences in India were good enough. They had spicy Indian food unlike in Russia.

From Delhi to Moscow, the flight duration was about six hours which was extremely tiring.

tip: carry your own Indian spices and home made food if you're a veggie.

He stayed at Izmailovo Beta Hotel. Izmailovo is Moscow's largest Hotel Complex designed by architect Rabaev. Designed and built for the 1980 Olympic Games. The Beta Hotel is part of the Izmailovo hotel Complex. The advantage of this hotel is the close arrangement to the historical city Centre and easy access to the basic highways of Moscow.

Beautiful and touristic places in Moscow are:

-Moscow Kremlin

-GUM

-Saint Basil's Cathedral

-Gorky Park

and more.

Moscow has around 206 metro station and legit each one of them is unique in its own way.

Saint Basil's Cathedral is one mesmerizing church made up of nine chapels located in Red Square.

GUM (a.k.a Glavny Universalny Magazin) is the main department store in many cities of the former Soviet Union.

Ice creams in GUM is a must have.

A matryoshka doll (also known as a Russian nesting doll, or Russian doll) is a set of wooden dolls of decreasing size placed one inside another.

He visited two universities for his projects, Lomonosov Moscow State University and National University of Science and Technology MISiS which are two of very famous universities.

Summing up the Moscow trip in 4 days with some great photos, he moved to Siberia for his further tasks.

The winter views in Russia are breathtaking as they look marvelous. 

Arpitha Ghanate