Daytime hours tend to be very short in Moscow during the winter so chance are you will need to walk around after dark. That shouldn’t stop you from visiting though because Moscow is a super safe city. During my four visit I never felt I was in danger of any kind even at night.

Streets Only to Youself

In fact, I preferred walking around at night because the streets were empty! As soon as the sun sets, the weather turns pretty chilly so the locals go home. That means you will have the city to yourself and the many cars driving around town. A lot of the restaurants stay open late at night, so instead of taking a cab just walk and enjoy the snow.

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Check out these other posts about my visit to Moscow:

My Favourite Moscow Cake Shops – Walking Tour

The Moscow Lomakov Car Museum

My Favourite Soviet Moscow Sights in the Winter

Sapsan Train from St Petersburg to Moscow

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