There are about 50 workspaces and a press conference zone at the press center.

It also features an augmented reality zone, where visitors can take pictures of themselves against the background depicting the city landscapes, a robot artist that draws landscapes and portraits, and a Russian Post corner, where visitors can send their relatives a postcard.

City press centers will help journalists who will cover culture and sports events taking place in the regions and cities hosting the World Cup. Journalists will be able to watch matches and use equipped workspaces, free Wi-Fi and lockers there.

The World Cup kicks off on Thursday and will last till July 15, with the matches set to be held at 12 arenas in 11 Russian cities.