Burritos and guacamole: Mexican food at the 2018 World Cup

Burritos and guacamole: Mexican food at the 2018 World Cup
A special fan zone for Mexican and Russian fans will be open 24 hours a day at the Izmailovsky Kremlin compound from 14 June through 15 July.

From 14 June through 15 July, the Izmailovsky Kremlin will host a special fan zone for fans from Russia and Mexico. Apart from enjoying Mexican cuisine, visitors will be able to familiarise themselves with the culture and arts of Mexico, the cradle of ancient civilisations.

Free tastings will be available each day. The Mexican chefs will prepare nachos with guacamole, as well as original tacos and burritos, for everyone to try.    

On 15 June, a Mexican TV channel will launch 24-hour broadcasting at the Izmailovsky Kremlin compound. Russians will have a chance to send greetings to Mexicans live.

The Mexican fan zone will operate 24 hours a day.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup will be held from 14 June through 15 July. Moscow will host 12 games, plus the tournament’s opening and closing ceremonies. Fans from all over the world will get a warm welcome. More than 200 English-speaking inspectors of the Passenger Mobility Centre will be on hand at the Moscow metro. In addition, guests will receive free Moscow city guide books in six languages: Russian, English, Chinese, German, French and Spanish. The guide books will start being distributed at airports, railway stations, tourist information centres and hotels several days before the World Cup.