During the World Cup 2018, where to stay in Moscow, Russia?

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During the World Cup 2018, where to stay in Moscow, Russia?
It is that time again when you can live the Dream of Football World Cup. If watching Football World Cup is on your bucket list, this is the time to do it. Football World Cup 2018 will be held in 11 different cities in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018.

Moscow is a huge city that offers a wide range of things to do and many places to visit. The FIFA World Cup is going to take place in Russia this year and most of its activities will happen in Moscow. I have written a blog post about the things that you shouldn’t miss while being in Moscow during your stay. You can read it here.

2018 FIFA World Cup is an event that takes place from Jun 14 – Jul 15, 2018 and may cause room availability issues or hotel rates to increase.Hotels in Moscow are listed below. Search for cheap and discount hotel rates near the 2018 FIFA World Cup Moscow, Russian Federation for individual or group travel. The Moscow hotels and motels below is a general city directory and are not necessarily the recommended hotels for 2018 FIFA World Cup.

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2018 FIFA World Cup The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA Jun 14 Jul 15 Moscow Russian Federation

Most of the games during the World Cup 2018 will happen in Moscow including the Opening and the Finals.

June 14th – Match 1. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. Russia – Saudi Arabia

June 16th – Match 7. Moscow, “Spartak” Argentina – Iceland

June 17th – Match 11. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. Germany – Mexico

June 19th – Match 15. Moscow, “Spartak” Poland – Senegal

June 20th – Match 19. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. Portugal – Morocco

June 23rd – Match 29. Moscow, “Spartak” Belgium – Tunis

June 26th – Match 37. Moscow, “Luzhniki”. Denmark – France

June 27th – Match 41. Moscow, “Spartak” Serbia – Brazil

July 1st – Match 51. 1/8 finals. Moscow, Luzhniki. 1B – 2A

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July 3rd – Match 55. 1/8 finals. Moscow, “Spartak”. 1H-2G

July 10th – Match 62. 1/2 finals. Moscow, Luzhniki. P59 – P60

July 15th – Match 64. Final. Moscow, Luzhniki.

If you are planning to stay in Moscow during the championship, then the information below will be very useful to you.

What are the phone numbers for the emergency services in Russia?
– 112 is the general emergency services number to dial.
– Ambulance, dial 103 from any mobile phone or 03 from any landline.
– Police, dial 102.
– Fire service, dial 101
In the unlikely event that you do require emergency assistance while in Russia, please note that not all operators can speak English, so it may be necessary to have a Russian speaker translate for you.

If I don’t have a match ticket, where can I watch the games?
There are many bars across Russia that will be showing games.
In addition, FIFA will be holding ‘Fan Fests’ in many Russian cities. With big-screen coverage of the games, alongside live music and local food and drink, the Fan Fests will be the best way to watch the World Cup if you do not have a ticket to the games

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Moscow room rates rise for World Cup
According to the Federal Agency for Tourism (Rosturizm), Russia will be visited by 1.5 mln foreigners during the World Cup. This should have a greater impact on the operational performance of the hotel industry in Moscow than in St Petersburg as free rail travel and affordable flights will enable some fans to base themselves in Moscow and travel on day trips to St Petersburg. Colliers forecasts that average annual hotel occupancy in Moscow could grow by 5 pct to reach 80 pct, and in St Petersburg by 3 pct to 71 pct.

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