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Moscow is the largest city and the capital of Russia. It serves as the political, scientific, and business centre of Russia. Moscow has long, rich history and strong traditional heritage, and attracts both business and leisure travelers from all over the world. There are many historic monuments, wonderful museums, unique galleries, breathtaking churches and cathedrals, and beautiful parks. Moscow is home to the Red Square and Kremlin. The most popular tourist attractions include Bolshoi Theater, the Poklonnaja mountain, St. Basil’s Cathedral, State Tretyakov Gallery, Cathedral of Christ the Savor, Novodevichy Convent, State Museum of the East, Mausoleum, Kuskovo Estate, and Palace of the Romanov Boyars.
Vnukovo International Airport (VKO/UUWW):
Vnukovo International Airport is a dual runway international airport and one of three major airports serving Moscow. It is the most popular for private jets, one of the busiest private jet airports in the world, and the highest located airfield among Moscow’s airports, giving it an advantage while operating in cold weather and under limited visibility conditions.
Operating Hours: Open 24 hours all year round.
The airport is located 30km south-west of the city centre of Moscow, it takes approximately 28 minutes to travel there by car.
Ranking continuously as one of the best places to live in the Middle East, Dubai is a desert gem on the northern coastline of the United Arab Emirates. Considered one of the most cosmopolitan and progressive cities in the Middle East, tourists flock to Dubai for its magnificent architecture, lavish styling and opulent shopping. Famous for its structural innovations, such as the man-made Palm islands and the worlds tallest sky scraper the Burj Khalifa. There are many wondrous sites to be seen in this global city.
Dubai is well known for its reputation as a global shopping hub, offering everything from luxury cars to the worlds finest jewelry and designer clothing. Its immense shopping malls can cater to any taste and the region is also rich with smaller boutique markets.
Dubai is also home to some of the world’s most extravagant luxury hotels.
Here are some of the most notable places to stay in Dubai:
Burj Al Arab
Qasr Al Sarab Desert Resort
Fly into Dubai:
Dubai International (OMDB, DXB)
Al Maktoum International (OMDW, DWC)
Al Maktoum International Airport is located 50km (45 mins driving time) from Dubai city centre.
While Dubai International Airport (DXB) is the best known airport to airline passengers, Al Maktoum is increasingly popular with business travellers flying by private jet to Dubai.