Russia will Welcome the Soccer Elite in 2018

June 13 – July 16, 2018

There are few events in the world that can match the sheer magnitude of the World Cup. Beginning on June 14, 2018, Russia and its 12 host venues will kick off the biggest and most anticipated tournament in the soccer world. Not only will they play host to 32 teams from the world’s elite soccer nations, but they will also welcome fans from across the globe who will come to experience with them every thrilling win.

 
Our Reputation

“Reggie said this World Cup was better than 2010!”

Thank you guys for everything you have done to make this trip very pleasant and enjoyable. Reggie said this World Cup was better than 2010! Thanks again guys!

Teisha Keene

2014 World Cup

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Moscow Travel Guide

This amazing city exceeded our expectations and we’re sure you’ll feel the same. For those who haven’t had the pleasure of experiencing Moscow, it offers so much more than the picture postcard views of St. Basil’s Cathedral that it is so often associated with (though those are pretty amazing too). We’ve been busy traveling back and forth to Russia to prepare for the 2018 World Cup and have discovered that modern Moscow has a burgeoning restaurant scene, an enviable arts community, and some other unique experiences that we couldn’t wait to share with our guests. Check out our travel guide to see everything we love about Moscow.

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