Trains, planes, and hostels. Fans from all over the world, most with little means, descend upon Russia to follow their national teams.
Follow the swarm of fans to Nikolskaya street on Red Square, the same Red Square where nuclear missile parades took place in the 1980s, where the mummified body of Lenin, the founding father of the Soviet state lies, and home of the Russian Kremlin. The Christmas decorated street, now synonymous with fashion designer stores and Moscow’s best restaurants, hosts fans from all 32 participating countries as they celebrate the spirit of the World Cup day and night. (Read more)