public transport from VKO to moscow to SVO
Replies: 4 - Last Post: May 15, 2013 3:23 AM Last Post By: michaeldunha
May 10, 2013 9:11 AM
public transport from VKO to moscow to SVOHello,
In moscow I will land at VKO airport. Then I have a flight to somewhere else to same day from SVO airport.
But there is an 8 hour gap between them so i thinking about:
first going from VKO to moscow city center,
from moscow city center to SVO airport
by metro or train.
Can someone let me know how to do it?
May 10, 2013 10:43 AM
1A couple of questions, what nationality are you? Most would require a visa for this.
How much luggage will you have?
What time are your flights?
Both airports have areoexpress train services that will take you to the metro, but they are not 24 hour and the one from VKO has about a 2 hour lunch break and SVO a one hour break.
Eight hours may seem a long time but it isn't, security and check-in at the airports can be very time consuming.
VKO has a good reputation so once you've landed it should take no more than 30-60 minutes to get out of the airport.
SVO, be there a minimum of two hours before you are due to leave, but you need to check what time check-in closes for your flight as this can be as much as one before departure.
May 10, 2013 11:46 AM
May 14, 2013 8:43 AM
3i understand that from VKO i take aeroexpress train to Kievskaya train station and then from belaruskaya train station i go to SVO. that part i also checked myself and confirmed.
So now the question remains for me is between those train stations: in the city, how do i transport from Kievskaya Train station to beloruskaya Train station by metro? h23032, you told me to take circle line. So which line is that, which color line? so i just take one metro between them or more and which ones? I am also checking this myself now but it is confusing especially if you dont know russian so i just need a confirmation on this.
note fyi: visa is no problem. i am Turkish. no visa between Russia and Turkey.
May 15, 2013 3:23 AM
4You should have no problem finding a map of the Metro on the internet, the circle line is of course the brown one http://www.wtr.ru/moscow/eng/metro/metro.html
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