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How to get to Moscow

BY AIR

There are 3 main airports in Moscow – Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo and Vnukovo.

DOMODEDOVO:

Aeroexpress Train. It is a comfortable high-speed train that goes non-stop from the airport Domodedovo, to Moscow, Paveletsky station.
Time of journey: 40-50 minutes.

Timetable: every hour from 07:00 to 24:00

Tickets cost of 200 rubles (5 Euro)

Express Buses economic way to get to Moscow - modern buses go non-stop from Domodedovo airport to Domodedovskaya underground station.

Timetable: from 06:00 to 00:00.
Time of journey: 25-30 minutes.
Departure time: every 15 minutes.

Ticket price: 100 rub. (Approximate)

Airport Information service: +7 (495) 933 6666, +7 (495) 720 6666

VNUKOVO:

Aeroexpress Train. It is a comfortable high-speed train that goes non-stop from the airport Vnukovo, to Moscow, Kievsky station.
Time of journey: 40 minutes.

Timetable: every hour from 07:00 to 24:00

Tickets cost of 200 rubles (5 Euro)

Buses / Shuttle buses economic way to get to Moscow - Modern busses go non-stop from Vnukovo airport to Yugo-Zapadnaya underground station.

Time of journey: 25-30 minutes

Ticket price: 100 rub. (Approximate)

Airport Information service +7 (495) 937 55 55

SHEREMETYEVO:

Aeroexpress Train. It is a comfortable high-speed train that goes non-stop from the airport Sheremetyevo, to Moscow, Belorusskaya underground station.
Time of journey: 35 minutes.

Timetable: every 30 minutes from 05:00 to 01:00

Tickets cost of 200 rubles (5 Euro)

Buses / Shuttle buses - Modern busses go non-stop from Sheremetyevo airport to Rechnoy Vokzal underground station.

Time of journey: 30-50 minutes

Ticket price: 100 rub. (Approximate)

Airport Information service +7 (495) 232 65 65


Transfer services

We offer delegates and guests of Congress individual transport services:

Route

Vehicle class

Number of seats

Value
(Per car)

Airport - Moscow

Economy (Renault Logan)

3

49 Euro

Moscow - Airport

Economy (Renault Logan)

3

40 Euro

Airport - Moscow

Business Class (Mercedes E211, Å212)

3

85 Euro

Moscow - Airport

Business Class (Mercedes E211, Å212)

3

75 Euro

Airport - Moscow

Executive Class (Mercedes S221)

3

202 Euro

Moscow - Airport

Executive Class (Mercedes S221)

3

202 Euro


AIR TICKETS


Booking and issuing of air tickets for Russian or any foreign airlines could be provided by request.

Please contact “City Tourist Office” if you needs to book air tickets.

Tel: +7 495 960-21-90 ext 119, E-mail: Elukashik@ctogroup.ru

Contact person Elena Lukashik

BY TRAIN


Moscow has 8 major train stations. All of them have a connecting subway stop and can be easily reached by public transportation.

Belorusskiy station:

Long-distance trains to West and South-West direction of Russia.

Address: 7, Tverskaya zastava square, Metro: Belorusskaya
Kazanskiy station:

Long-distance trains to South, East and South-East direction of Russia.

Address: 2, pl. Komsomolskaya, Metro: Komsomolskaya
Kievskiy station:

Long-distance trains to Briyansk, Kiev.

Address: 2, Kievskiy railway station square, Metro: Kievskaya
Kurskiy station:

Long-distance trains to South and South-West direction of Russia.

Address: 29, Zemlyanoy val, Metro: Kurskaya
Leningradskiy station:

Long-distance trains to Saint-Petersburg, Velikiy Novgorod, Murmansk, Petrozavodsk, Helsinki, Tallin.

Address: 3, Komsomolskaya square, Metro: Komsomolskaya
Yaroslavskiy station:

Long-distance trains to Ural, Sibir and North direction of Russia.

Address: 5, pl. Komsomolskaya, Metro: Komsomolskaya
Paveletskiy station:

Long-distance trains to Average and Bottom Povolze.

Address: 1, pl. Paveleckaya, Metro: Paveleckaya
Rizhskiy station:

Long-distance trains to Riga and Velikie Luki.

Address: 2, pl. Rizhskogo station, Metro: Rizhskaya

HOW TO GET AROUND MOSCOW

Public transport

Public transport is pretty cheap in Moscow, and you can get around by metro (subway), bus, tram, taxi...The most popular and convenient method of travel is metro. You can buy tickets for various number of trips - from 1 to 60 trips. Once you have purchased your ticket you go through the turnstiles and then down to the platform. The metro trains arrive around every 2 minutes during peak times and the time gap between trains extends to about 5-10 minutes late at night. While being a convenient method of travel, the metro does get very crowded, especially at rush hour, and you'll often find yourself packed in like sardines! That said, the metro is very efficient and many of the stations are works of art by themselves. Some of the best known ones include Komsomolskaya - with its chandeliers, Kievskaya, with its beautiful artwork, and Mayakovskaya, with its marble decor and mosaics on the ceiling.

Moscow Metro working hours: 05:30 AM 01:00 PM

Other methods of transport include trams and buses. You can normally buy tickets in advance, at metro stations and kiosks (ticket price approximately 0,6 Euro). Some metro stations do not sell them however and it is best to try kiosks adjacent to bus stops and ask for 'avtoboos bilyet’ and they can be bought from the driver for a couple of Rubles more. Another option is to get a taxi. There are many taxi companies in Moscow which you may wish to use when going a longer distance (e.g. from the city centre to the airport) but to go a shorter distance it's common to hail an ordinary car in the street. While in Moscow this is a common way of getting around, caution should still be exercised - avoid hitch hiking alone or at night. It's best to agree a fare in advance, but you can usually go a short distance quite cheaply. Please mind that normally drivers are not English-speaking.


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