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While Moscow has fewer LGBT venues than one would expect for such a large city, there is still a lot to choose from. Stores like Indigo and cafes such as Nashe Kafe (Our Cafe) offer welcoming places to browse for books, gifts and other necessities, or to grab a coffee and a bite to eat.
Male-oriented clubs like BoyZClub and Central Station are good for a drink and a dance, while the ladies can check out Enjoy Nights on Friday and Saturday nights. Propaganda is a mixed club, but has a gay night on Sundays called China Town.
We will have a list of the best venues in Moscow available at the Games, including detailed directions, to let you make the most of your time here. However if you want to make your own plan before the trip, you can find a good observation of Moscow night life on Night Tours website and read people’s feedback on the venues.
As in any city, security is an issue. To help you get back to your accommodation late at night, Galaxy LGBT taxis are ready. The dispatcher speaks English and German fluently, they have female drivers and they take orders around the clock. You can reach them at +7 926 207 9797. They can also arrange to meet you at the airport or a train station. See the transportation page for more information.