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Moscow in October

by nicebelgian

What is the best way to get from Domodedovo airport to the city centre? Is public transport reliable/easy? What is a normal price for a taxi?
I will be in Moscow between 25-29 October, are there any special events in this period?

Re: Moscow in October

by nhoolb

When you use a search engine you will find the website for Domodedovo airport.

Navigating through that website you will find the info on transportation.

That's as easy as 1-2-3

Re: Moscow in October

by melek02

Hello Peter,

Public transport is available, the best way use express train to Paveletskaya metro station, it costs 250 RUR and takes 40 min. Pre ordered taxi would cost around 1200 RUR, taxi in the airport will cost around 2500 RUR. Use only official taxi desk in the airport, as it is much more safer.

Re: Moscow in October

by Vic.tor

As a matter of fact, You'd better to use the above mentioned train. It arrives Paveletsky vokzal(a railway station). To get to the center of the city you can use subway. I find Moscow undeground pretty nice, but it's too crowded both mornings and evenings. Anyway, you can down to Paveletskaya subway station(take a look at the map: and reach the center in minutes. The time, of course, depends on certain destination.
You can take a look.
Concerning the question about events, you may check this site:

Travel Tips for Moscow

Architecture ~ Polytechnical Museum

by Canadienne

A stunning example of Russian Revivalist architecture, the Polytechnical Museum was built in 1877.

Although the museum is open (displays on science and technology), we didn't enter. We were far more interested in admiring the exterior decoration. The variety of architecture in Moscow ~ old and new ~ was fascinating. Add good weather and good walking shoes to this. . .suddenly you have the prime ingredients of my ideal vacation (and my mom's, too).

Please see my Architectural Treasures travelogue, for some photos of buildings (other than the ones in the tips) that caught our attention.

Christ the Saviour

by dlandt

This impressive structure isn't that old. Rumor has it that it used to be a very nice swimming pool until just a few years ago. The interior is extremely well decorated, and the crypt houses quite a bit to see as well. Most of the people here seemed to be tourists, with only a scattering of worshippers. Even though not many people go there to worship, this is still an active church, and women need to cover their hair and shoulders. Guys don't wear shorts. The fact that this cathedral is only ten years old kind of ruined it for me even though, I guess all churches need to begin their life somewhere. I don't mind seeing a new church, but this one gives the air of trying to appear ancient, when in fact its not.

5 The 'two tier' pricing...

by Eric_Nixon

5 The 'two tier' pricing system where Russians are charged one price and foreigners another for the same goods \ services is prevalent. If you are really stuck for money try and strike up a conversation with a Russian to buy you tickets for sightseeing \ theatre etc. It works! I did it. Same applies when buying beer! For foreiners beer is $5 per pint, for Russians 30 cents - see what I mean? They screw you when they find out your a foreigner. Russians are very apprachable and its easy to strike up a conversation with them.


by RB_Oakes

Kvas is a drink made from rye bread and flavoured, typically with raisins. It is fermented to a very low alcohol. Sometimes it is refreshing, sometimes a little thick. The kvas carts of Moscow (outlying areas only, like Ryazansky Station) serve a decent kvas for only three rubles a glass. A little taste of old school Russia.

This busker was always in the...

by floss1

This busker was always in the evenings in an underground walkway that we used often. Actually he was quite good, even if I didn't understand what he was singing. I always gave him a few roubles and it was much appreciated. There are buskers all around Moscow, especially around the metro stations. It makes for a bit of life in a sombre atmosphere.


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