Are you planning to visit Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™?
Are you planning to visit Russia for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™? RB is the right choice to find your accommodation and provides fans travelling to Russia with useful information about the host nation of the next FIFA World Cup.
If you are flying all the way to the largest country in the world to catch a match or two, grab the opportunity to book an apartment to save money.
- Moscow – Luzhniki Stadium (81,000) and Otkrytiye Arena also known as Spartak Stadium (45,360)
- St. Petersburg – Saint Petersburg Stadium also known as Krestovsky Stadium (68,000)
- Kaliningrad – Kaliningrad Stadium (35,015)
- Volgograd – Volgograd Arena (45,015)
- Kazan – Kazan Arena (45,379)
- Nizhny Novgorod – Nizhny Novgorod Stadium (44,899)
- Samara – Samara Arena also known as Cosmos Arena (44,918)
- Saransk – Mordovia Arena (45,015)
- Rostov-on-Don – Rostov Arena (45,000)
- Sochi – Fisht Olympic Stadium (47,659)
- Yekaterinburg – Yekaterinburg Arena (35,000)
Cities and Stadiums
The 11 cities of Russia that will host the Fifa World Cup 2018 matches
Moscow is blessed with beautiful architecture and such renowned cultural landmarks as the Bolshoi Theatre, the Kremlin, the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum and the Tretyakov Gallery, to name but a few. The city is also home to three UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Kremlin and Red Square. The colorful St Basil’s Cathedral on Red Square is the symbol of both Moscow and Russia.