Moscow Transportation

  • By Metro
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  • By Tram, Bus, etc.
    by AnnaHermans
  • By Tram, Bus, etc.
    by AnnaHermans

Most Viewed Transportation in Moscow

  • 1. By Metro

    After the porcelain exhibition the Vorobyovy Gory metro station had got another tenant – the Darwin museum. Its visitors are mostly school kids, and all these figurines substitute for real-life...

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  • 2. By Taxi, Car

    Moscow Parking is not just a concept, it's a proper name. Our new taut efficient-looking mayor thinks Muscovites have had enough of chaotic parking, it' time to follow the best Western standards. For...

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  • 3. By Train

    Hay muchos trenes entre San Petersburgo y Moscu , nosotros decidimos viajar por la noche en un un coche cama . Salimos hacia las 11 de la noche y llegamos a la estación de Leningrado de Moscú hacia...

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  • 4. By Tram, Bus, etc.

    We arrived in Moscow by bus from Riga with ecolines. They give you student discount if you have an ISIC card. The cost is 58 euro without discount. The ticket you can buy at the busstation or on the...

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  • 5. By Airplane

    I booked UTair flight about a month ago – now right before the trip they are telling me it’s cancelled. Not moving an hour or so earlier or later, but cancelling the only flight they have that day...

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  • 6. Altogether

    In fact, you buy one and get four – access to metro, bus, tram and trolley-bus, but all that for your own money. Surely I miss my old unlimited-travel yearly card – they stopped selling them last...

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  • 7. Moscow river boat trip

    Regular two hour boat trips run from the berth of the Radisson Royal Hotel, Moscow along the most picturesque sights of the historical centre of Moscow.During...

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  • 8. MOSCOW : METRO STATIONS

    Do take some time to study the art and design around the famous Moscow metro stations, the chandeliers, the paintings and mosaic displays, the Soviet details on...

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  • 9. Aeroexpress train from the Airport

    Moscow has 2 major international airports. The Aeroexpress services both airports with trains running into the city at very reasonable fares. From Domodedovo...

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  • 10. Explore Moscow on foot

    Although Moscow has a very fast and frequent public transport network, I highly recommend to explore some parts of the city on foot. This gives you a good idea...

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  • 11. From SVO to the Red Square

    Te most popular question in a forum: How to get from Sheremet'evo (SVO) to the Center. It is far from the center, but there is a shuttle train to Savelovskaya...

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  • 12. River Cruise

    The Russians don't have round trip tickets as far as I can tell. ("Toodi ee otranka" is how to say it if you want to ask) But the tickets from the Kremlin area...

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  • 13. From Domodedovo to Moscow and to Sheremetievo

    They are currenly planning to build a train connection between all Moscow airports, I've just heard from friends. But for today, there're some other options:...

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  • 14. airport connection bus

    This is it, I was not able to find any proper info about connecting airport buses also. I would not be surprised, if they do not exist any more. Yes, taxis are...

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  • 15. Moscow train to St Petersberg

    What i can inform you about is that the station for trains to St Petersberg is the Leningradsky station 3,Komsomolskaja Ploshad tel 709 262-9143Web site for...

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  • 16. Moscow monorail railway

    The railway was built at the end of 2004 and planned to be one of main parts in Moscow transport system, but in reality it is used just as an attraction. If you...

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  • 17. All types of getting around

    There are 4 international airports but we flew into Domodedovo airport which is 1 hour by taxi into the centre. taxi's can be organised in arrivals for 1700R.A...

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  • 18. Glav Agentsvo

    This is a travel agency with many filial in Moscow and other Russian cities where for a plus of 100 rubles (3 euro) they will look and book the best tickets by...

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  • 19. Buro Narod

    This is a travel agency in the centre, close to the store Tsum, offering only excursions around Moscow, along the famous Golden Ring. The prices are even...

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  • 20. Moscow Airports

    Moscow has two main airports, Domodedovo (DME) and Sheremetyevo (SVO). DME is a very modern airport, equal to any you will find around the world. It always...

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  • 21. Boat trip on the Moskva river

    If you're visiting Moscow in summer do not miss to take a boat trip on the Moskva. The boats ply about every 20 minutes between Kievskij station and...

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  • 22. Chair-lift at Vorobievy Hills

    During winter time there are a few downhill skiing slopes and lifts at Vorobievy Hills. Some years ago the chair-lift was built there. The thing is that the...

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  • 23. Gypsie Cabs

    Everyone in Moscow is a taxi. Stick out your hand and someone will stop. Tell them where you want to go and they'll tell you the price. It is probably going to...

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  • 24. Crossing the roads

    Moscow has many wide streets (such as Novay Arbat) and any attempts to cross them are just mad. They are packed with cars (and sometimes horses) and the drivers...

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  • 25. Small Change

    If you know enough Russian to flag down 'street taxis' (as opposed to the yellow cabs) or want to use trams, it's handy to have either coins or small notes...

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