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2 day Moscow transit visit - advice required

by biking2

Hello,

This will be our first visit to Moscow. We are arriving at Yaroslavl Railway station on March 2nd 2009 off the Trans Mongolian Train. We will have 2 bikes with us in bike bags and two other small items of luggage.
Our questions are:

Recommendations for good value hotel(s) reasonably close to station and with easy transport access to city centre for our one day of sight seeing. Ideally a hotel that could provide a transfer from the station or if not will we have the taxi problems that seem to be the case with the airports. Any other transport option available? We don't speak a word of Russian.

Are there any recommended one day sight seeing tours available?

We fly out from Domodedovo on March 4th in the afternoon.

We will have no russian roubles when we arrive;only US dollars.Will we get by with these initially?

Many thanks

Re: 2 day Moscow transit visit - advice required

by Morozov

Hi bicyclists!
Unfortunately Moscow is a very expensive city for foreigners; try to look through Moscow hotels. http://www.yellow-pages.ru/eng/nd2/qu5/ru15178 . When you will choose hotel I’ll try to help you with your staying program and transfer. Komsomolskaya metro station is in Yaroslavsky railway station (cross Red line and ring) http://engl.mosmetro.ru/flash/scheme01.html , http://www.hotels-moscow.ru/metro.html ,
I don’t live in hotels in Moscow ;) but I know Izmailovo tourist complex isn’t too expensive: http://hotel-vega.ru/about.en.html?kk=d2ccd33329 , http://www.hotelbeta.ru/ , http://www.alfa-hotel.ru/7-adres.html , http://www.izmailovo.ru/eng/ and they register you.
It’s info about Domodedovo airport: http://www.domodedovo.ru/en/ .
You would get Russian rubles in ATM in any metro station by Visa or Master card.

Good luck.
Oleg

Re: 2 day Moscow transit visit - advice required

by yumyum

Get some money at any ATM or change some cash (new bills, no tears, not hand-writing on them) at any of the many small exchange places. Russians carry lots of luggage with them in the metro, but what I suggest is that you could actually put your bikes in the left luggage at the railway station and pick them up again before you catch the metro, then airport train to Domodedovo. Depending on which airline you fly out with they may even have a check-in counter at the station where the airport train leaves from. E.g. Swiss used to have one which was rather handy.

Thanks both of you for the advice

by biking2

Thanks for the hotel info stuff;we will have a look through them.

That's a good idea about leaving our bike bags at a left luggage place. We may well do that,it will certainly save a lot of hassle. They should be easy enough to take on the metro and train to the airport when we leave.

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Visit the Red Square during a...

by SANVAN

Visit the Red Square during a festival. Many Big names, famous artist play there and it is a great experience. It is a pity you cannot enter the Kremlin but even from the outside it looks very impressive. GUM department store and last but not least Arbatskaya (Moscow;s Oxfordstreet). A beautiful street (no trafic) with shops and a market. The most beautiful girls in the world must live in Moscow. Every were you turn are gorgeous looking women. Absolutely Klasno!

Metro sightseeing

by HORSCHECK

Moscow's metro was inaugurated in 1935 and since then the network grew to 11 lines and covers a distance of about 300 km. Many of the stations from Soviet times are fine examples of socialist realism and therefore well worth seeing.

Unfortunately, in the past taking photos was prohibited, but nowadays it looks like nobody really cares about this.

Among the higlights of the metro stations are: Komsomolskaya and Kievskaya (brown line), Park Kultury (red line), Mayakovskaya (green line) and Ploshchad Revolutsiy (blue line).

For more practical info about the metro, please have a look at my "Transportation Tips".

To all who's going to visit...

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To all who's going to visit Russia and Moscow in particular - don't judge the whole Russia by Moscow, Moscow is a separate country in the country named Russia. It's neither better nor worse, it's another, it's different.
It's definitely wealthier than the rest of the country, it's more cosmopolitan, more dynamic, more Western. Moscow citizens vary from other Russians, but you know how capital residents behave themselves, not pleasant sometimes, arrogancy is a capital disease...

If you want to go to the...

by wadekorzan

If you want to go to the famous Bolshoi theatre, be careful where you buy your tickets. Yu can get them usually through your hotel concierge, but they will be very very expensive. You can buy tickets from ticket booths (if any tickets are left over), and if you are buying last minute, you can try buying from one of the scalpers in front of the Bolshoi itself. It is important if you buy your tickets from a scalper to make sure that the tickets are valid, as some scalper's sell tickets for PAST performances.

Don't forget your space suit

by gussymons

Russians can be called up for space duty at any time by the State. Foreigners too can sometimes be given free trips into space - so the best thing is to take your own custom-made space suit into Russia (or buy one there) in case it happens.

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