I have lived in Moscow since December 2018. I am going for a photography. And my decision to move here was to get a course and more skills in photoshooting. But I have a full time job. I work at Radisson Resort Zavidovo hotel, it is located in picturesque place between a river and a forest. I spend all my weekend in rambling along the city and its countryside. I love small lanes, historical places, the flats and county houses of the famous artists, writers and poets. There are many of them in Moscow)
Originally I am from Astrakhan, a town in the south of Russia. But before moving to Moscow I had lived in Sochi for about seven years. I love this sunny city with its Black sea and mountains. A lot of my friends live there. But one day I understood that Moscow could give me more opportunities in my life. So I came here in December 2018. As I am going for a photography, I got a course and now make photoshoots. Besides that I like going for a walk very much. I can go out early in the morning and return in the late evening. The whole day is on foot! Usually my routes are not touristic, but through the small lanes where I can find historical treasures.
Moscow is a megapolis, one of the biggest cities of the world. It's modern one with wide range of cool places, bar and restaurants, parks and water attractions. Everyone will find what he or she likes! As for me I am very impressed every time, when I look at big glass skyscrapers and find a small wooden house just have turned a corner. Moscow is a mixture of modernity and history!
During our tour we can visit either a sighting or the nearest places, to know what was the histoty and how it changed. I can show the places which look like Paris or New York. We can visit "Versailles" and other palaces with beatiful parks of Russian kings. I love Moscow countyside and traditional russian town, like Golden Ring.