Discover how to save time and money, by managing your finances and overseas transactions with ease.
If you're moving to Moscow, here are some useful tips on how to obtain your Russian visa and how to register once you arrive in Moscow.
Foreign citizens must obtain a Russian work permit to legally work in Russia. Here's a guide to organising a Russian work visa.
Here is Expatica's list of some hospitals in Moscow.
Do you know how to greet a Russian? How vodka should be served? Here's our brief introduction guide to Russian culture and social etiquette in Russia.
The heat in Moscow can also be potentially dangerous for pregnancy, so it's important that mums to keep themselves out of the sun and drink lots of water.
Here's a brief guide to getting started in Moscow, from where to go for visa and banking information to handling Russian business culture and managing Moscow culture shock.
Cross-cultural coach Margarita Gokun Silver explains and ins and outs of understanding Russian culture, socially, culturally and actively.
If you want to work in Moscow, new regulations on 1 July 2010 make it easier for Russian companies to employ highly skilled migrant workers in Moscow.
Moscow has a large and well-developed network of public transport. Here’s a guide on how to get around the city using public transport in Moscow.
Moscow offers a lot of opportunities for shopping. Here is a guide to shopping in Moscow's numerous shopping centres, souvenir shops, bookshops, and more.
Expat website Children in Moscow offers useful tips for a productive and enjoyable life in Moscow with children.
If you're moving to Moscow, here is a selection of government information on Russia's migration policy, including useful terms to understand the Russian visa process.
Culture shock is a normal reaction to being in a new, unknown environment. Here are some tips on how to handle Moscow culture shock, adapted from the School of Russian and Asian Studies guide.
Expat Sasha Baillie shares her own experiences about having a baby in Moscow.