The best way to understand Moscow is to meet the people and live the life of the locals. Moscow has had a turbulent past but has always found ways to reinvent itself over the years. The architecture alone tells a thousand stories. While living there, you’ll see modern skyscrapers, Soviet Era buildings, and medieval monuments.
Teaching English in Moscow is an opportunity to experience everything the city has to offer. The days of fur coats and finery seem to be drawing to an end. The new Moscow is all-encompassing. Home to street art, contemporary photography, bars filled with European ales and theatre.