Moscow, the capital of Russia, is one of the most dynamically and rapidly developing megacities in the world. It is a major research and industrial center with tremendous intellectual and technological resources. Extensive infrastructure and a high standard of service guarantee a success for meetings organizers.
The largest city in Europe;
Advantageous geographical position;
One of the largest markets;
Sound scientific base;
High level of public safety;
Broad cultural heritage;
Entertainment and leisure attractions.
Moscow climate is moderately continental with long cold winters and long warm summers. Winters start in mid-November and last till end of March. Summers start in mid-May and last till beginning of September. Average temperature in summer is +19...+22 degrees Celsius, in winter -6...-10 degrees Celsius.
Moscow rarely sees frost below -30 and heat over +35 degrees Celsius.
With over 40 percent of its territory covered by greenery, Moscow is one of the greenest capitals and major cities in Europe and the world, having the largest forest in an urban area within its borders.
All the Moscow airports carrying out international flights have been reconstructed recently and meet the requirements on comfort and safety. There is a rapid-transport Aeroexpress with takes passengers to the city center every 30 minutes.
Moreover, Moscow is a huge megapolis with extensive transit network. It is easy to get anyway using a subway, trains, buses and trams.