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Russia World Cup travel guide: How can I get the best tickets? And what to do when I am there?

The 21st World Cup takes place in Russia from 14 June to 15 July 2018. The first and last matches will be played at the Luzhniki Stadium in south-west Moscow, 1,550 miles from Wembley. The capital’s Spartak Stadium is also being used.

All the other venues are in western Russia, with only Yekaterinburg on the eastern side of the Urals; 2,430 miles from Wembley.

The closest to Britain is Kaliningrad, the city wedged in a Russian enclave between Poland and Lithuania. It is just 900 miles from Wembley. Next closest is St Petersburg, 1,290 miles from Wembley.

The remainder are further than Moscow but closer than Yekaterinburg: Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Saransk, Sochi and Volgograd.

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You’ll need to buy a “ticket-inclusive hospitality package” from the only company licensed to sell them: MATCH Hospitality . For 19 matches (including the opening game, both semis and finals) you can sign up for a package  that provides top-grade suites at the Luzhniki and Spartak stadiums in Moscow, and the St Petersburg venue, you pay between US$1.5m (£1.14m) and US$2.8m (£2.12m). Flights and accommodation extra.

Do you think it is fair for airline companies to require obese passengers to purchase two seats to travel?

The excess consumption of food with a high content of saturated fats is linked to heart disease and obesity. Therefore, obesity and heart disease can be prevented with a healthy diet. Do you think it is fair for airline companies to require obese passengers


Yes, I think all 3 are fair, it would be unfair to the healthy-eating person to have their seat taken over by an obese person in the seat next to them. Yes,insurance should be able to be raised.. people that have had a stroke have higher insurance (my


yes


That's a tough one. What if obesity, and/or the urge to eat, is caused by a virus and therefore is not a choice made by the overweight person. would it be fair then? You would also get into insurance companies charging more for alcoholics, people who

Did anyone hear that the Canadian court will allow the obese to occupy 2 airline seats for the price of 1?

Below is the story. It's only a matter of time that this will occur at home. The only saving grace is that the Canadian fatties still can't come to the USA. We have enough tons-of-fun here too. Any thoughts?

"Obese have right


No, I don't think it's fair they are taking up a seat another could have had for the price of ONE seat. It's not fair at all. They should have to buy two tickets. I feel the same about the bus. Some obese person sits down and takes up two seats while


No, I don't think it's fair they are taking up a seat another could have had for the price of ONE seat. It's not fair at all. They should have to buy two tickets. I feel the same about the bus. Some obese person sits down and takes up two seats while