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Author`s name Alex Naumov

Luxury wedding trams and buses available for rent in Moscow

What ways to stand out during the wedding day do you know? To rent a long limousine with a driver? It is already trite. To rent a carriage? It is pretentious, and what are you going to do with guests in such a situation. However the officials from the Russian company of Mosgortrans (Moscow Municipal Transportation Company) has already solved this problem. A couple of years ago they designed special wedding trams and buses.

The wedding buses are equipped with soft sofas, toilets, audio and air conditioning systems and even kitchen and wardrobe.

People usually rent such a bus together with a limo. However when people see the interior of the bus they often refuse to rent a limo and choose the bus for the whole company including a newly married couple.

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For those married couples who wish to have something special the company offers an ancient wedding tram.

Earlier the roofs of such trams were transparent. This was made to increase the energy efficiency. The trams were illuminated by the natural light and were called “lanterns”. Wedding trams, designed in 1927, now look like museum exhibits.
The wedding tram travels not faster than 25 miles an hour. During the wedding trip the tram stops and waits while the guests are walking and taking pictures. There is no modern equipment in the tram. The tram is able to transport up to 30 people at the same time.

Such a tram is an ideal thing for those who want their wedding to be organized in a retro style.

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