The thriving, modern city that Moscow mostly is, you likely won’t have to wander very far before you hit a Wi-Fi spot. Beyond the usual availability of the internet at the nearest Starbucks, McDonalds, cafe or bar, Wi-Fi is also available on all Moscow metro lines (and most buses or trams) with surprising consistency and signal strength, given how deep underground many metro stations are. To get on Moscow Metro Wi-Fi, you can either watch a short advertisement or pay a small fee ($3) for one month of ad-free and uninterrupted access. While some public spaces will require a mobile number to send an SMS verification code to, more often than not you’ll be given other options such as connecting through a social media platform or registering an email address. If ever you’re stuck, remember you can hop on the nearest train, bus or tram and have all the internet.