To Moscow with Love (in the Winter)
My first trip to Russia was in the winter. Here in Moscow the city is picturesque and enchanting in the winter. Local colours and culture make this a city a must. For anbody who likes architecture, art, and Russian history this city has got it all.
Insider Tip:For anybody who does not know Russian or read the Russian alphabet, this may be a problem when it comes to speaking with people about what you want or getting around. If you travel in the winter, make sure you bring warm clothes, a comfortable winter jacket, a scarf against cold winds, a hat to cover not just your head but also your ears and last gloves. The temperature here can drop below 10. If you visit the Kremlin, it can get very cold and windy up there as it is located on an altitude.