Moscow: three incentive ideas

Groups can take a trip to Autoville and experience bunker visits and life in the army.

Autoville: retro car museum
Autoville: retro car museum

Private visit to Autoville: This museum, opened in September 2008, houses private retro car collections. It has 50 retro cars on display from different countries, dating from 1907 including first samples of the Mercedes Benz 540 K from 1936, the Horch from 1939, the Rolls Royce from 1930 and many others. Visits can be privatised with cocktails served to guests.

One day in the Russian arm: Groups can immerse themselves in the world of the Russian army with a 'one day in the Russian Army' experience. The head of the regiment welcomes the 'newcomers', followed by a 20-30 minute military show. Guests can then be divided into two or three teams to compete in passing "a military line of obstacles" in the woods. The programme ends with lunch in a real military field kitchen with original utensils.

Tagansky bunker visit: This museum complex stretches to 60 meters underground, with group visits including a tour of secured tunnels and the chance to view the communications equipment of the Armed Forces of the USSR. Corporate events can be organised in the large underground spaces.

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