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Advises for trip to Russia

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Hello :) first of all I'd apreciate A LOT if someone can instruct me or advise me in the following things:
I'm going for and exchange to St. Petersburg, Russia in january and my dad is kind of nervous about all, most specifically the money thing, I've searching in this and another forums and seems like people only carry their cash to buy their things.. I'm not very sure about this and I don't like the idea of carying or saving all my money on a safe box, I'd prefer to use a prepaid credit card, most specifacally a prepaid mastercard but I'm not sure if it is accepted in there :( I read in other post about London and Ireland but not sure if I can use it in Russia on ATM, if someone can please tell me iso or any other advises I'd be thankful! Looking forward!!

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