2-5 April 2020, Moscow, Russia, Atlas Park Hotel

  • Benji Schwimmer

  • Мarina Motronenko

  • Inga Kurcisa

  • Browly Adjavon

  • Оlga Malafeevskaya

  • Кonstantin Baranov


  • West Coast Swing workshops from top-level Pros,
    Special Solo Improvement Benji Schwimmer's Intensive
    Lady styling classes.
    Whether you are beginner or an advanced dancer you will find interesting and useful material to improve your dance!


  • Competitive Divisions:
    *Strictly Swing (Novice, Intermediate, Open)
    *Rising Star and Pro/Am Routines
    *Sophisticated Jack n' Jill
    *WSDC Jack n' Jill (from Newcomer to All Stars). Learn more

Atlas Park Hotel (DME Intl Airport Area)

Atlas Park Hotel — is a nice countryside hotel, which is located in south of Moscow, in 20 km from international airport Domodedovo (DME).
The room rate includes Breakfast and Lunch (Buffet), and also complementary - swimming pool!


    • Standard
    • 1 or 2 persons
    • from 5100 RUB / night
      More info

    • Mansard Studio
    • up to 4 persons
    • from 5870 RUB / night
      More info

    • Studio
    • up to 4 persons
    • from 6120 RUB / night
      More info
Visa to Russia
Traveling to Russia requires VISA, and it's nothing about Visa/Mastercard :)
Yes, It takes some time and money.
But, don’t be afraid, getting Russian visa is not that hard as you might heard about.
Here is something you will need to do:

* Book your flights (make sure you chose the right dates)
* Book a hotel (information how to do it on Venue page here)
* Prepare these documents:
- your international passport (expiry date should be at least 6 months after the end of the trip)
- 2 visa applications, filled and signed
- photo 3,5*4,5 cm, signed from behind. Some consulates ask for 2 photos
- medical insurance policy (if required)
- invitation (or tourist voucher) – let us know, if you need one, we could help using tourist agency (cost is about 25-30euro)

* Apply for a TOURIST visa type. It's easy to get.

* Bring all the documents to Russian Embasy / Russian Consulate in your city (it’s also possible to mail documents, check with your consulate) and you will get visa in 3-10 working days.
Yes, you have to bring/send your passport there to. If you are going to travel during this time and will use your passport, then find another time for applying.

Note that: in some countries the visa processing takes up to 4 weeks; please be sure that you have enough time.
Also, we have holidays such as Russian Christmas in January 7, Defender of the Fatherland Day in Februsry 23, Women's Day in March 8, so the consulate may be closed at that time and some days around (better to check in Consulate web site)

You can also apply via a tourist agency, which saves your time, but makes additional costs.

Don't forget, we have special discounted International and Overseas full pass and our hospitality ;)
We hope it helps to take it like beginning of lovely jorney :)

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need any help!