World Cup 2018: A tour of Cities and Venues- BBC News


Russia is gearing up to host the 2018 World Cup in cities stretching from Ekaterinburg in the east to Kaliningrad in the west. As football fans begin to make plans, the BBC’s Moscow correspondents Sarah Rainsford and Steve Rosenberg take a tour of all 11 cities and 12 venues, to bring a flavour of what Russia has to offer – from Ladas and Cossacks, to novelty burgers and a fortune-telling meerkat

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Date: July 12, 2020

24 thoughts on “World Cup 2018: A tour of Cities and Venues- BBC News

  1. I will never understand the BBC's hatred of Russia. If they focused more on their country instead of Russia, they would stop London from being turned into Londonistan with it frequent terrorist attacks from British bred Islamists.🤔

  2. why wasnt the real Russia wasnt shown here, i mean where people live and fully work, in this video u could think that Russia is a rich and a great countrey to live in.

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