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Moscow is a lively city, full of things to see and places to visit, from the Kremlin to lots of spots for shopping and sightseeing.
This article will give you some ideas what to do with your children in Moscow, recommended by the Children in Moscow online guide.
Here’s a list of some of the groups and clubs that you can join while staying in Moscow.
Why not spend your summer sailing the Greek Islands? Find out what you need for a safe – and stress-free – Greek Islands sailing holiday. [Contributed by Sailing Nations]
Travel through the French countryside on a bicycle with an experienced expat Frenchman who has fallen in love with his country again. [Contributed by French Kiwi Cycle Tours]
Plummet in darkness through a mining shaft on Europe’s newest attraction: Efteling’s dive coaster, Baron 1898. [Contributed by Efteling]
You can easily work abroad, volunteer, or meet new people in a diversity of interests – dogs, entrepreneurs, knitting, mothers, soccer, teachers, theatre, technology, translators and more.
One of the most famous things about Christmas in Russia is the story of Babushka, however most people in Russia have never heard the tale. James Cooper assists.
Here's an introduction to our Lifestyle section for Moscow, from dating in the age of social media to shopping and gardening.
Travel writer Rick Steves urges you to get out of town -- and discover Europe's natural beauty.
If you're living and dating abroad, "Get out of your comfort zone and challenge your beliefs," says Expatica’s dating expert Jean-Baptiste Trannoy.
From mountain biking in Switzerland to surfing in Munich: Rick Steves shows that Europe has plenty of thrills and chills to satisfy the adventure traveler.
Andrea Martins encourages expat women to make the most out of their time in Russia. Here are her six top tips.
Christmas trees and mangers are now in homes, squares, and streets all over Europe. But they are more than just decorations — there is a rich history behind them.
Travel writer Rick Steves explains the benefits of getting in the saddle.