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Arriving in Moscow

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Arriving by plane

There are 3 passenger airports in Moscow. Sheremetyevo, Domodedevo and Vnukovo.

Sheremetyevo

Sheremetyevo

Sheremetyevo has 6 terminals: Terminal A is for business and private flights, B is for domestic low-cost flights, C is for international charter airlines, D is mainly for flights by the company Aeroflot, E unifies terminal D and F and has a few Aeroflot flights, F is the main international terminal. The main option to get into the city centre from Sheremetyevo is to use Aeroexpress; an express train service that operates every half hour between Sheremetyevo terminals DEF to Belorussky railway station. There is also a free shuttle bus service to terminals B and C.
+7 (495) 578-65-65 (around-the-clock); +7 925 100-65-65 (around-the-clock, free call for Russia)
http://www.svo.aero/en/

Domodedevo

Domodedevo

Domodedevo is the farthest airport from the city centre. It's a fairly new airport and therefore has good quality services.
There are a couple of options to get into the city centre from the airport. There is a train service which takes 40minutes to get into Paveletsky Station. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket desk in the terminal.
Another option is to get a shuttle bus to the nearest metro station, Domodedovskaya. The journey lasts approximately 30 min. Tickets are bought on the bus.
+7 495 933-66-66
http://www.domodedovo.ru/

Vnukovo

Vnukovo

Vnukovo serves mainly domestic flights but some international flights, mainly from Eastern Europe. This airport is also served by an Aeroexpress line to Kievsky station. The train departs on the hour and a single adult ticket costs 320roubles.
Of course from every airport you are able to catch a taxi to the centre, but be careful because they may be extremely expensive and tend to charge foreign visitors much higher rates than locals. To be extra careful, we recommend you booking a transfer with Express to Russia in advance. This is the safest way to avoid being overcharged.

Arriving by train

All of the Moscow stations have a connected metro station so are easily accessible from all places in the city.

Belorusski Train Station

Belorusski Train Station

Metro Belorusskaya (ring brown metro line, north), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: Belorussia, Germany etc.

Kazanski Train Station

Kazanski Train Station

Metro Komsomolskaya (brown ring line or red line, north-east), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: Kazan, Tatarstan, Urals etc. east direction

Kievski Train Station

Kievski Train Station

Metro Kievskaya (blue or brown ring line, west), phone +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: west of Moscow, Ukraine.

Kurski Train Station

Kurski Train Station

Metro Kurskaya (blue or brown ring line, east), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: Vladimir, south of Moscow

Leningradski Train Station

Leningradski Train Station

Metro Komsomolskaya (red or brown ring line, north-east), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: North Russia (St. Petersburg, Novgorod, Petrozavodsk, Murmansk), Finland.

Paveletski Train Station

Paveletski Train Station

Metro Paveletskaya (green or brown ring line, south), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: south of Moscow, Domodedovo Airport

Rizhski Train Station

Rizhski Train Station

Metro Rizhskaya (orange line, north), phone: +7495 266 85 12
Trains to and from: Baltic States (Latvia, Lithuania)

Savelovski Train Station

Savelovski Train Station

Metro Savelovskaya (grey line, north), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: Sheremetyevo airport

Yaroslavski Train Station

Yaroslavski Train Station

Metro Komsomolskaya (red or brown ring line, north-east), phone: +7 (800) 775-00-00
Trains to and from: Trans-Siberian (Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok); Golden Ring (Vladimir, Yaroslavl, Kostroma), North-East Russia (Kirov, Astrakhan)

Arriving by bus

Schyolkovsky Bus terminal

Schyolkovsky Bus terminal is located next to Schyolkovskaya metro (the dark blue line). For information call: +7 (499) 748-80-29

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