Moscow is one of the most exciting cities in the world that looks like no other. A stroll through the fantastic Red Square along the Kremlin walls and the beautiful St. Basil’s Cathedral is so exciting! Here took place the historical events that really influenced the fate of the world, a particular energy of this place leaves noone indifferent.
I live in Moscow and work as a translator, interpreter, language teacher and guide for many years. I enjoy showing our foreign Guests the most interesting and unusual places in my city. In addition, I have always been very interested in politics, history and economics, including the peculiarities of doing business in Russia. I graduated from the Faculty of Foreign Languages at the University of St. Petersburg, so I can give useful information about this city too.
I have traveled to several countries (Brazil, Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, USA and others) and I think I can help you to get a better understanding of our country. You can ask me the questions and issues that do not fit the classic guided tours: how we live today compared to the Soviet period, why the Russian billionaires have appeared so quickly, how is Education and Healthcare in Russia, and of course about the Russian cuisine. I can recommend good inexpensive restaurants, do a quick summary of Moscow museums.
Moscow is a really fascinating city, vast and dynamic that has shown extraordinary development in recent years. I am absolutely sure that you will be positively impressed by Moscow!
“..con Eugenio tuvimos excelente experiencia y explicaciones.”Maru Calderón, Mexico
“Nuestro guia Evgeniy llego puntual y nos dio un par de tips sobre como utilizar el metro. Nos hablo a detalle de la historia de la plaza roja, el Kremlin, las iglesias y religión en Rusia, asi como historia desde los Tsares, hasta el imperialismo, totalitarismo, socialismo y epoca actual. “Rob S, EE.UU
“Nuestro guía los dos primeros días fue Evgeniy, muy simpático y que adaptó las visitas a nuestros intereses, nos contó un montón de historias curiosas y respondió todas nuestras preguntas sobre Rusia, que eran muchas y variadas. “Laura B