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interplastica - Experience Moscow!
Take in the sights:
At the world-famous Red Square (Krasnaya ploshchad)
At Saint Basil’s Cathedral, which is a wonder to behold (Krasnaya Sq. 2)
In the sprawling Moscow Kremlin, to discover cultural history (Red Square)
At the beautiful, historical GUM (Red Square 3)
On the popular Arbat Street (Arbat Ulitsa)
At the Izmailovsky Souvenir Market, to buy traditional Russian souvenirs (Parkovaya St. 3-ya, 24)
Go out to eat and drink:
In the Vai Me Cafe, which is replete with Georgian specialities (Myasnitskaya St. 11)
Enjoy Russian, East European or European feasts in Cafe Pushkin (Tverskoi Blvd. 26A)
See the unbelievable views from the O2 Lounge (Tverskaya St. 3)
DOS and DON´TS in MOSKAU
Be punctual to appointments (even when you don’t receive the same treatment from your Russian counterparts).
Always state the results of negotiations in writing - this is what counts!
Men - be gallant! Help a woman into her coat, hold the door open or carry her bags - this is seen as polite and gentlemanly.
This also applies to business lunches: Men pay for women!
Buy high-quality gifts for the people you visit! This reflects the esteem that you have for your Russian business partner.
In general, do not go to shake hands with a Russian woman (unless the woman initiates this).
Do not shake hands with anyone over a door threshold - this is considered to bring bad luck!
Do not be a know-it-all!
Don’t discuss political topics such as the annexation of Crimea or Syria!
This one happens all the time, but it’s still a faux pas: “Na sdorowje” doesn’t mean “cheers”, but instead means that you are thanking someone for food or drink. Toasts for drinking have other names.