Kazan is a beautiful city and an important financial and industrial center of Russia. It is also the third largest city in the country and totally unknown to us Brazilians. It is located about 800 km from Moscow and can be reached by train or plane.
The Kazan Arena was opened in 2013 and will host 6 World Cup games
June 16 – France v Australia – Group C
June 20 – Iran v Spain – Group B
June 24 – Poland v Colombia – Group H
June 27 – South Korea v Germany – Group F
June 30 – Round of 16
July 6th – Quarter Finals
How to get to Kazan Stadium
The most practical way to reach Arena Kazan is via the Kazan tram service, which is serviced by the station Futbol’nyy Kazan’ Arena Stadium and lines 5 and 6 pass there, which are integrated with the other tram and train lines in the city.
Another way is through the train station Компрессорный and then a 3km walk to Kazan Arena can be interesting as the trams are small and will certainly be crowded during games.
Where to stay in Kazan
Kazan has a huge hotel network, it is easy to find a well-located 3-star hotel with daily rates for 130 reais during the World Cup.
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