Transportation

Metro in Moscow

Moscow Metro

The Moscow metro is the easiest, quickest and cheapest way of getting around Moscow. Many of the elegant stations are marble-faced, frescoed, gilded works of art. The trains are generally reliable; you will rarely w…
Airport in Moscow

Vnukovo

About 30km southwest of the city centre, Vnukovo serves most flights to/from the Caucasus, Moldova and Kaliningrad, as well as domestic flights and a smattering of flights to Europe. The Aeroexpress Train makes the …
Airport in Moscow

Domodedovo

Domodedovo, located about 48km south of the city, has undergone extensive upgrades in the last decade and has become the city’s most efficient international airport. The Aeroexpress Train leaves Paveletsky vokzal ev…
Train Station in Meshchansky & Basmanny

Yaroslav Station (Yaroslavsky vokzal)

This train station serves Yaroslavl, Arkhangelsk, Vorkuta, the Russian Far East, Mongolia, China and North Korea; some trains to/from Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod, Kostroma, Vologda, Perm, the Ural Mountains and Siberi…
Train Station in Arbat & Khamovniki

Kiev Station (Kievsky Vokzal)

This station serves Bryansk, Kyiv, western Ukraine, Moldova, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, Prague, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, Serbia, Greece and Venice; suburban trains run to/from the southwest, including Peredelkin…
Airport in Moscow

Sheremetyevo

Sheremetyevo international airport is 30km northwest of the city centre. The Aeroexpress Train makes the 35-minute trip between Sheremetyevo (located next to Terminal E) and Belorussky vokzal every half-hour from 5.…
Airport in Moscow

Zhukovsky

Moscow's fourth international airport opened in 2016, about 40km southeast of Moscow. The new airport mostly serves Central Asian destinations, and it is a hub for Ural Airlines. As of 2017, there was no Aeroexpress…
Train Station in Presnya

Belarus Station (Belorussky Vokzal)

This station serves trains to/from Smolensk, Kaliningrad, Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Germany; some trains to/from the Czech Republic; and suburban trains to/from the west, including Mozhaysk, Borodino and Zvenigoro…
Train Station in Meshchansky & Basmanny

Leningrad Station (Leningradsky vokzal)

This train station serves Tver, Novgorod, Pskov, St Petersburg, Vyborg, Murmansk, Estonia and Helsinki; and suburban trains to/from the northwest, including Klin and Tver. Note that sometimes the station is referred…
Train Station in Meshchansky & Basmanny

Kursk Station (Kursky vokzal)

This train station serves Oryol, Kursk, Krasnodar, Adler, the Caucasus, eastern Ukraine, Crimea, Georgia and Azerbaijan. It also has some trains to/from Rostov-on-Don, Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod and Perm; and suburba…