Football fans from all over the world will be visiting Russia's capital to participate in the spirit of the FIFA World Cup 2018. If you are one of those lucky enough to visit Moscow then you definitely need to know where to watch the world cup. From the impressive stadiums to the more local sports bars and pubs, we’ve got the World Cup covered.
One of the largest multifunctional sports complexes in the world, the renovated Luzhniki will seat up to 81.000 people. A host to numerous sports events and concerts, the complex comprises more than 80 facilities spread over 153 hectares of land. Luzhniki Arenas are famous for large-scale music shows: at various times Luzhniki hosted concerts of international rock and pop bands, including Rolling ... More info
A newcomer on Moscow's restaurant scene, Gastro Pub Chelsea brings a fresh breath to the city's pub culture. Named after London's elite Chelsea neighborhood, this exquisitely decorated gastro-pub set out to offer Muscovites a chance to immerse themselves in the fashionable Chelsea atmosphere without leaving Moscow's city center and to give expats a place to meet and feel like they're back home. ... More info