SAS, the largest airline company in Scandinavia
, offers daily cheap international flight tickets to Moscow from many destinations in Scandinavia with connections from Europe, the US and Asia.
Our city guide
will help you to find out what's up and the best tips from SAS crew
and passengers. In recent years. Moscow is the city of contrasts. Here you can find both the simple bohemian and the glittery and glamorous - a church dating from the 16th century covered in gold next to a glass building from the 1990's, for example.
What's up in Moscow Tsaritsyno
Most tourists miss the great stuff by staying in the city. Take a 20-minute trip to Tsaritsyno. Flea market
Looking for Russian antiques? At the Kremlin in Izmailovo
, you might just get lucky! Circus The Old Moscow Circus
was established in 1880, lending to its name.
Crew tip Arkhangelskoye
This is a bit further off the tourist track and that's why I love it so much. Take the metro to Tushinkskaya, then bus 549 or 541 and get off at the bus stop Arkhangelskoy. I just love walking in the gardens there. /Svetlana, ground crew
Passenger tip Novospasskiy Monastery
Novospasskiy Monastery is well known as the burial vault of the Romanov's boyar family. About 70 relatives of the Tsar's family and many noble Russian families are buried here. The monastery was one of the richest and the centre of Russian Orthodox culture before Soviet times. The monastery is home to an ancient iconostasis (saved during Soviet by some miracle) and several wonder-working icons, one of which can allegedly cure cancer. /Julia
Passenger tip Elki Palki
This may not be a top Russian restaurant, but at least you get real Russian food and some experience of what it should be like to be in Moscow. /Randy