Expat dating moscow
Read more Living abroad is an incredible opportunity to rediscover and reinvent yourself, including the romantic side of your life.
Transcending cultural differences and customs is just a small step to achieve that.
Russia can be attractive for foreigners despite Russian severe climate, western sanctions that put business in hard position and permanent traffic jams, stereotypes will be broken once and forever for those who consider Russia’s capital as a ‘never-ever-in-my-life’ destination.Paolo from Sweden and Giuseppe from Italy told me what it feels like for them to live in Russia.Swedish perception of living in Moscow after Tokyo and New York Paolo: I am writer, and that gives me a certain freedom to spend days like I want.I had never tried Georgian food before coming to Moscow, which is absolutely amazing; it’s like a mix of Asian and European cuisine. What I have noticed though is that ‘premium’ here sometimes simply means they’ve raised the price.Guiseppe: Local food is amazing (borsch and smetana), people proposing very long toasts, flower shops are (everywhere). For example, a premium gym here compared to a non-premium one is often no different other than on the price tag. You have Uber for quick transportation, you have Airbnb for quick housing and you have Internet.