Aerostar Hotel Moscow

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

37 Leningradsky Prospect, Moscow, Central Russia, 125167, Russia
Aerostar Hotel Moscow
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 39% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples71
  • Solo78
  • Business48

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Forum Posts

sleeper amsterdam - moscow

by jandries

does anybody know the approximate price for a single trip,
for 2 persons in a 2 berth compartment in the sleeper from amsterdam
to moscow?

Re: sleeper amsterdam - moscow

by nhoolb

Have a look here and add the Amsterdam-Berlin fare.

Re: sleeper amsterdam - moscow

by anilpradhanshillong

Try out this link. U may get ur answer:

Re: sleeper amsterdam - moscow

by nhoolb

When using the seat61 website it will take you eventually to the same websites that I mentioned earlier. I already checked that before posting my answer.

Re: sleeper amsterdam - moscow

by GyuriFT

Better link:

The price is is 368 Euro / person, including the sleeper surcharge.

Keep in mind, most people need Belarus visa which can add a lot, depending on the citizenship.

Better (MUCH better) idea is to travel from Bratislava and buy CITI-STAR tickets there, for two the price is in 1st class about 250 Euro ROUND-TRIP, that is, about 60 Euro/person/direction.
Add 35 Euro / person / direction for the sleeper - so two people would spend on Bratislava-Moscow-Bratislava round-trip about 390 Euro in first class.

Compare the same with 1472 Euro you are looking to spend from Amsterdam and that you won't need Belarus transit visa.

Travel Tips for Moscow

Welcome to Moscow

by uma2rman_06

The firm "City Project" (Moscow) is the event agency. It is engaged in the organization of business and tourist trips in Moscow and St.-Petersburg provides following types of service:
1. Selection and booking of hotels meeting requirements of the customer.
2. Supply a transfer from stations and the airports.
3. Supply all spectrums of the necessary services for the organization and carrying out of the business trips which includes planning of the action, realization of rips on a city, the order of necessary transport, the organization of dinners and suppers.
4. Supply the organization cultural and entertaining actions, realization of excursion programs taking into account wishes and requirements of clients.
5. Also we supply the organization of actions (conference, presentation, anniversaries, corporative events, banquets and weddings), which includes creation of the concept of the action and fast track turnkey execution of the action with granting of services in video and photographing. Moscow vacation is better than Paris
Don't go to Paris. It is one of the most boring vacations you can imagine. Who cares about the tower. They have one in Las Vegas. It is two times smaller, but you get the idea. Even French are desperate to see the Kremlin. Like the Napoleon for example. He went in a wrong time of the year, but he did get to hang out in the Kremlin. So can you on a Russia vacation.

What's to see in Moscow:

•Red Square
•The Kremlin
•St. Basil Cathedral
•Cathedral of Christ the Savior
•Moscow Subway

And also I can give you an advice for creative ideas to spend your free time in Moscow.

A long walk

by TheWanderingCamel

When Moscow's crowded streets and manic traffic get too much for you and the thought of another onion dome, museum hall or historic building has you beat, a walk along the the Boulevard Ring (Bulvarnoe Koltso) might be just the revival shot you need.

Referred to as Bulvar by the locals, it's not actually a complete ring but is more like a horseshoe formed by a chain of 10 boulevards beginning and ending at the northern bank of the Moskva River . They were laid out in the early 19th century and follow the lines of the city's 16th century stone fortress wall. Moscow's aristocracy built their mansions along the boulevards and the gardens quickly became the place to see and be seen as the city's high society folk turned it into their favourite promenade either on foot, on horseback or in an open carriage.

It's still the city's favourite place for a walk, and young women on ponies offer horse rides to children - carriages are harder to spot these days.

Beginning at Gogolevsky bulvar (named in honour of 19th-century writer Nikolai Gogol), next to the spanking new white and gold Cathedral of Christ the Savior (and exact replica of the one Stalin demolished) and ending at Yauzsky bulvar will take you a couple of hours and through page after page of Moscow's history. This secton is presided over by a statue of Gogol and artists' stands of art works for sale add colour.

Gogol gets a plinth on Nikitsky bulvar too, in a much more sombre mood - the square here is the junction of Arbat and New Arbat streets.

Keep on walking and you'll come to Tverskoi bulvar, the first to be built and home to an ancient willow tree reputed to be 300 years old. Café Pushkin at No 26 is a faihful reproduction of one of the boulevard's aristocratic mansions with a rooftop terrace that gives you a great view.

Pushkin presides over the square named for him at Strastnoy Bulvar - he's looking pensive up there on his plinth.

Petrovsky bulvar still has lots of its original 19th century buildings and the convent of the Nativity of Our Lady that gave Rozhdestvensky bulvar its name is still standing too.

Chistoprudny bulvar comes after Sretensky bulvar and has a very pretty pond and open air art exhibitions are often staged here but this boulevard is very popular with beer-drinking youths so you might not want to hang around too long.

The Ring ends with Yauza bulvar and the the eastern end of Moskvoretskaya Embankment on the Moskva River.

The A.R.C.E.C. Kremlin Military School

by kris-t

The A.R.C.E.C. Kremlin Military School was erected in 1932-1934 on the project of architect Ilya Rherberg on the place of the Chudov Monastery and the Ascension Nunnery abolished in 1929. My grandfather was one of the Kremlin Military School students in 1919-1922. And even had a short conversation with Lenin onse...

Metro station "Belorusskaya"

by kris-t

The arch of station "Belorusskaya" (1938), supported with powerful pillons, is reveted with a dark-pink marble. The floor is laid out with plates of black and grey granite. Lateral parts of the hall are shined with round lusters, the central part v in addition, bronze standard lamps.

Moscow resident having a nap in a warm spot

by yumyum

This dog made itself comfortable riding the metro while outside in the streets it was -18 degrees. Right he was and he even got a sausage that was lying on the floor. I squeezed myself in the little space you see there and I got big smiles and friendly approval from all around!


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