I have to drop some family members at the airport at around 3 AM, and come back from the airport at 4 AM. Is there whether any public transport is available because taxis would be expensive. I need to come back to Ul. Goncharnaya, near Moskovskiy Vokzal.
We have just travelled from Lithuania to Moscow via Minsk.
We had an early morning train to Minsk, spent all day there (great place) then caught a late overnight train to Moscow.
On the train to Minsk we went through passport control at Vilnius station then had passports checked and stamped on train at Belarus border, along with immigration card.
Went to sleep on night train (Minsk to Moscow) and woke up in Moscow. So no passport control from Belarus to Russia. Is this correct? We have no stamp on the visa/passport saying we entered Russia.
I have read that if a foreigner wants to go swimming in public baths they will need russian doctors certificate...
is this still the case in 2015?, also if i wanted to use pool in hotel or visit russian banya would they also want a certificate of health?
thanks for any help in this matter.
I will be traveling to Moscow July 10. Are there any clubs that play US rock n roll from the 50s and 60s?
I have found these places in Riga and Helsinki and they are very entertaining.
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