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Belorechenskaya ulitsa 7, Moscow, 109559, Russia
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where to keep luggage in SVO-2

by recemdish

i'll be having my trip to paris via svo-2.im planning to drop my luggage in the airport first, and have a trip to kremlin and red square. can i know where to drop the luggage in the airport? i never been there.thanks

Re: where to keep luggage in SVO-2

by leics

http://old.svo.aero/?act=part&pid=544

gives details (in English) of the Sheremetyevo-2 Terminal luggage office.

Re: where to keep luggage in SVO-2

by recemdish

thanks a lot..

Re: where to keep luggage in SVO-2

by leics

Hope they are still accurate........

Re: where to keep luggage in SVO-2

by Zevi

Hello!
Sorry for bother! But I would like to give you some advices!

First of all - chek time of Aeroexpress from Airport to Moscow. Better to not use taxi cose lot's of traffic jams.

Second - use map of Moscow Undeground rapid sistem. U will be from aeroexpress on station Savelovskaya and you should go to the station Teatral'naya. It will takes only 15 min!
From Savelovskaya(grey line north) you go to the station Chekhovskaya. Here you make change to the station Tverskaya (green line) and go one station till Teatral'naya. Very easy. Here is link on map
http://www.metroway.ru/?lang=eng

The ticket to visit Kremlin will cose for you 600 rub. around 15 euros.

Money better to change not in airport or bank but on little exchange on the streets. U will see by the signs!

Enjoy!!!

Travel Tips for Moscow

A changing country and city

by MEdelmann


My foundest memory of Moscow is that the city was in an changing process. Many names of streets, sqares and metro stations were renamed into the old names. So maps were valid for a short time only and it could happen that a new bought map was unvalid next day, because some streets and places were renamed .....

And I saw memorials where the pedestal stand only and the statue was removed because they wanted nothing to do anymore with soviet relics ......

Picture shows the Reedemeer Tower, which is one of the entrances to the Kremlin, but for officals only and NOT for tourists ....

Visit the nicest shopping mall...

by Hanna_S

Visit the nicest shopping mall in Moscow. GUM - which is the abbreviation for State Department Store, was build in 19th century. It was designed to fit the architecture of the Red Square. You can find it on the east side of the square. It is full of light and... expensive shops.

12 Apostles Church

by bugulma

The church is home church of Patriarch and nowadays there is interesting exposition of icons oc XVI-XVII century, which have characteristic style of Moscow icons of those times - "Tsar style", with clear and very bright pictures. In the sme time there are some interesting icon of other regions of Russia. To the picture it is a Holy Trinity icon of XVII century. I note it because it's the first icon I've ever seen where the scene of murder of animal is as an offering.

Somewhat cold behaviour

by deeper_blue

Russians generally act in a very formal way to tourists and are very reserved in what they say. Some can be exceptionally rude (in my opinion). However if you manage to strike up a friendship, they can be very hospitable and warm. Very strange!

BLAT: aka 'pull', 'influence'...

by Tocco

BLAT: aka 'pull', 'influence' or 'bribery'. This is a common practice among the Russians. An old Russian proverb states, IF YOU DO NOT OIL, YOU CAN NOT START YOUR JOURNEY. You see payoffs all over the place. Cab drivers paying off the police. This one paying off that one. It is part of everyday life. My Grandfather taught me a valuable lesson. TIP EVERYONE!

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