British media suggest Christmas shopping in Moscow

Thanks to the drop of the Russian ruble, this year the British will save on Christmas gifts, said English media. Unlike the ruble, prices of leading fashion brands have slightly changed and thus Moscow has become an attractive place for British buyers.


British The Daily Mail suggests its readers to cancel their Christmas shopping at last minute, and to visit Moscow, where they can find a wide range of leading international brands at affordable prices thanks to the drop the rubleThey also point out that they lowered the price of popular brands like Apple, Cartier or Nikon, and to hurry up with buying a ticket for the Russian capital because it has already begun gradually raising prices due to the fact that Russians are massively buying imported products. In addition, if you fly from London via the Transaero”, the price of a return flight will cost just £ 199.

Another advantage is the possibility to treat yourself to stay in a luxury 5 * hotel. For example, according to the website, two nights at the Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya, with panoramic views on the historical center of the capital, will cost just as 89.

Most important of all certainly are savings on buying gifts. Comparisons price- latest version of iPad Mini in the conversion costs £ 243 (in the UK £ 319), the prestigious Nikon D4S £ 2970 (in the UK £ 4,679) Cartier necklace £ 14,891 (UK £ 20,800), dress Stella McCartney £ 999 (in the UK £ 1,475).

However, before you rush to buy a plane ticket, British citizens are required to obtain a visa, reminds the Daily Mail. Fortunately, the process will not last more than six working days.




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