HOW TO GET TO MOSCOW

BY PLANE

There are three major and convenient airport in Moscow:

SHEREMETYEVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Sheremetyevo International Airport is the most common entry point for foreign visitors, handling 60% of all international flights. It is also a home to all SkyTeam members, and the main hub for Aeroflot. (itself a member of SkyTeam.)

DOMODEDOVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Domodedovo International Airport is the leading airport in Russia in terms of passenger throughput, and is the primary gateway to long-haul domestic and CIS destinations and its international traffic rivals Sheremetyevo. Most of Star Alliance members use Domodedovo as their international hub.

VNUKOVO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Vnukovo International Airport handles flights of Turkish Airlines, Lufthansa, Wizz Air and others.

Also another airport, Zhukovsky Airport, located 36 km from the city center of Moscow. Airport working with low-cost airlines, and receives flights from Uzbekistan, Israel, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Turkey. The nearest airport to Moscow are Sheremetievo International Airport (SVO), with a distance of approximately 30 min / 28 km to the official hotel and Domodedovo International Airport (DME) with a distance of approximately 60 min / 53 km to the official hotel as well as Vnukovo Airport (VKO) with a distance of approximately 45 min / 40 km to the official hotel


BY TRAIN

There are nine rail terminals stations to serve the city:

  • Belorussky Rail Terminal
  • Kazansky Rail Terminal
  • Kiyevsky Rail Terminal
  • Kursky Rail Terminal
  • Leningradsky Rail Terminal
  • Paveletsky Rail Terminal
  • Rizhsky Rail Terminal
  • Savyolovsky Rail Terminal
  • Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal

Each of them specializes in their areas. From the capital every day trains leave for the cities of Russia and the countries of near and far abroad. In addition, hundreds of electric trains leave from here every day to the nearest settlements. All the stations are close to the metro stations.


BY BUS

There is a bus service to many cities in Russia and abroad. More than 100 routes to various cities of Russia and Europe have been organized from Moscow’s long-distance bus stations. Intercity communication stations in Moscow are usually located near Moscow metro stations.


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