Visiting Moscow for a long weekend in Feb next year... any tips ?
I hope to visit Russia someday, as I’m Russian American.Will you post about your trip? I’d love to hear about it
If a manual chair user take a freewheel of possible. Lots of high curbs. I went 4 yrs ago and struggled finding accessible toilets. Ended up using hotels and good old McDonald's. Beautiful city, some very very high curbs. The public transport when I went wasn't accessible and certainly the trains inner city were not. Be prepared to be separated from any travel companions at the airport. When I was there and friends have recently said that the wheelchair user is wicked off to a special area and you are reunited on the plane. Ha e fun though great place to visi
Wheelchair access in Moscow is still limited. Also dont forget it will be winter, there may be quite a lot of snow. https://www.rbth.com/.../327539-travel-wheelchair-moscow...
Just discovered this new map of accessible Metro stations in Moscow. It is in Russian though https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/.../72624482...