Travellers to Moscow can get discounts on a number of attractions and services using the Youqla card. The card, which has been uniquely designed for visitors, costs $50 and offers savings on a range of restaurants, guided tours and designer retail outlets. Britons journeying to Russia's capital have an array of culture at their feet, from the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum, the Kremlin and theatres playing the likes of Chekhov and Tchaikovsky. However a trip comes at a cost; Moscow is officially the world's most expensive city and foreigners are frequently charged inflated prices compared to locals. Holidaymakers can therefore use the Youqla card to minimise the dent in their wallets and access fairer rates.
What makes the Youqla card unique rests on the fact visitors receive a personal sightseer's map, information on how to book taxis, train tickets and transfers at flat-rates without commission and the service of a personal travel consultant who promises to give unbiased informed advice. Moreover, tourists can access museums and sights for 'local' rates and save money on professional guided tours. For artsy types, there are discounts on tickets to Moscow concert halls and the Bolshoi theatre, where world class opera and ballet are performed. Families will benefit as one cardholder can claim a discount for their group providing there are no more than four people.
Travellers who take advantage of the offer receive a plastic card with its number and expiry date printed. At just $50 holiday-goers can quickly recuperate the cost of the card during their break.
For more information see the See You In Moscow website.
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