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The Fans of the FIFA World Cup will Get Free Guides to Moscow in Six Languages
16.04.2018 10:09
The Fans of the FIFA World Cup will Get Free Guides to Moscow in Six Languages
(Source: https://glavnajadoroga.ru/blog)

The fans of the FIFA World Cup from other cities and foreign countries will get free guides to Moscow in six languages; a total of 960,000 tourist maps and 480,000 reference guides will be produced, as the web portal of the Moscow Mayor reported on Friday.

      The reference guides will contain information about the “Spartak” Stadium and the “Luzhniki” Grand Sports Arena, the schedule of matches, information about museums, theatres, tourist routes, as well as contact data of emergency services. These guides will tell the football fans how to get to the venue of fans’ festival on the Vorobyovy Hills. The tourist maps and leaflets will also help the guests of the capital to find their way in the city.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: FIFA Russia 2018     

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