I'm Greek guy traveling around Europe currently living in Scotland. Before I attempt to get a Visa to visit Russia.
How are Greeks seen in Russia?
Are people friendly there? Because it's a lot of money to spend visiting for a week.
I will getting a visa takes a few months, I want to go there knowing how to speak a little Russian it only polite. Oh and fuck you monkey
It's pretty far way how long would it take by train from Moscow?
+ 30 minutes by car
also, my hometown is a closed city, you need a special document, i can make an invitation and they will give it to you
That's pretty neat I'll be sure to wear muh cross
>Closed city? Why does Russia have closed cities?
there were nuclear reactor for producing nuclear weapons, soviets built a city to bring its staff closer to it. now the reactor is stopped but city is still closed for some reasons
I don't dress like a fucking bag packer I dress stylishly but not like a fag or an autist with a bit of class if you know what I mean and if I don't act like a Churka I won't be seen as one honestly I'm polite and courteous all the time
I met so many Polish people who are so down right rude
If you want to see Imperial Russia, go to Sankt Peterburg. If you want to see more of a Soviet Russia, go to Moscow. Both of the cities are great and have a bit of everything, though predominantly what I mentioned. Also, if you like sightseeing and group tours, in St. Peterburg, on the square in front of the Gostiniy Dvor.. shopping mall, I guess, you'd call it, there's tonnes of offers for different excursions. Not sure if there are any that are not in Russian, though, so that's a thing.
I personally like Peterburg better than Moscow, but my family's from Russia's Far East, what the fuck do I know.
>Kerry came to Moscow
>surrounded by Russian fans
Welcome. If that's the case, here's another tip - book your trip for the night, because it'll last 8 hours. Also pray to whatever god you believe in that you get Russians or other foreigners and not Chinese in your cabin.