Hi, my name is Vitaly and I'm a moscovite in a third generation. I know every corner of this city. I'd love to guide you through crazy post-soviet stuff, best restaurants, creative spaces, high fashion stores, night clubs, architecture and 872 year history of my native city.
I work in sales at WeWork Russia and I'm also a passionate traveller. I have a lot of friends in London, Berlin and Copenhagen so I really know what is a real hangout with a Localie in a big city (population of Moscow is around 16 mln. people). I graduated with a degree in hospitality management so I know how to make your Moscow trip unforgettable.
Moscow is one of the most diverse cities with European architecture and Asian way of life (almost all services run 24/7). The most thing I like about my native city is that you can enjoy classical art in Pushkin State Museum and just in 15 minutes by taxi you can get a table in a North Korean restaurant. You have to choose me if you have interest for: Best cuisine in Moscow (Russian, Georgian, European, Israeli, Indian, Burgers, etc.); Non-hipster places to visit; Hipster places to visit; Museums and galleries; Craft beer places; Modern architecture (can guide you through the first block houses made in USSR); Shopping (Russian brands and high fashion brands); Clubbing
I'm not a tour guide, I don't repeat Wikipedia articles. I won't take you to the Red Square unless you ask. As a true native I can show you why Moscow can be beautiful as any metropolis in the world. A crazy mix of Europe and Asia blended with the Russian traditional hospitality.