Moskou Virtuele Roadshow

Moscow Virtual Roadshow

  • September 2021
  • live from Moscow

The Moscow City Tourism Board is pleased to invite you to participate in the Moscow Virtual Roadshow as a trade partner.

Being a partner of the Moscow Virtual Roadshow, you will have an opportunity to meet online the Moscow representatives of the leading Income Tour Operators, Hotels and the points of touristic attraction, who can’t wait to meet and excite you with our charming city. We will share the latest news about the e-visa to Russia, anti COVID-19 measures and our plans for 2021.

About Moscow

Moscow is one of the most interesting and technologically advanced cities in the world, with its own character, rich history, and unique opportunities for work and recreation.

Apart from UNESCO World Heritage sites, such as Kremlin, Novodevichy Convent, and the Bolshoi Theatre, the city boasts the modern skyscrapers of Moscow-City, fashionable art districts, sleepless night clubs, cosy outdoor cafes and world-class restaurants. Moscow has got enough surprises in store for its visitors every day of every season.

A unified transportation system with clear and easy-to-recognise navigation in Russian and English allows city guests to plan their trips in a simple and accurate way. Whether you’re using modern and affordable public transportation, a rental bike, or a kick scooter, getting to know Moscow is easy and convenient.

  • Red Square
  • St Basil’s Cathedral 
  • Lenin’s Mausoleum 
  • Moscow Kremlin 
  • State Historical Museum 
  • Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts 
  • Gorky Park
  • and much more…
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Where did the name Moscow come from?

There are a few hypotheses regarding the origin of this word, but only three of them are generally accepted among linguists:

  1. It is believed that the river on which the city stands had been named Moskva (Moscow) by local Finno-Ugric tribes before the city was founded. “Mosk” means “a beard” or “a cow” and “va” means “water”.
  2. According to another version, all wandering rivers were called “Moskva”. If you take a closer look, you will see that this river has many turns and curves.
  3. The third version says that the word Moskva was formed from the words “mosk” (stone) and “kov” (cover) since the city was built around a fortress.

Book your meeting slots for end of March 2021 in advance! The registration will be open soon.

Meanwhile, relax and have fun by learning more about Moscow City at DISCOVER MOSCOW!