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Moscow Airports

Moscow is served by 3 international airports – Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovio. A transfer between the airports by public transport normally takes at least 3.5-4 hours. Even using a taxi count on 1.5-4 hours because of Moscow’s heavy traffic jams.

Taxi is quite expensive in Moscow and often moves very slow because of traffic jams. But if you have bulky luggage or are just tired, a taxi is a suitable option. Thus if you are travelling on a budget, it will put a heavy load on your wallet.

Public transport is the cheapest way to get to the airport, but the longest because of the city’s insane traffic and the most complicated for those who don’t speak Russian. Nevertheless, the whole journey will cost you up to 150-200 rub (metro+bus). This is a great budget option.

Fixed timetable and no traffic jams make Aeroexpress the fastest and the most reliable way to get to the airport. But you can’t take Aeroexpress from anywhere in the city and you still have to take a taxi or subway to reach its terminal. The one-way Aeroexpress journey costs 420-470 rub depending on the method of payment.

Be aware that most visitors will need a Russian visa to leave an arrival airport (for more information see the Visa Section). 

Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)

Domodedovo International Airport (DME)

Vnukovo International Airport (VKO)

The scheme of public transport between the Moscow airports

 

Moscow Railway Stations

There are nine major railway stations in Moscow. The names of the stations indicate the destinations that they serve. All stations are located relatively in the centre of the city and are reachable by metro. The city’s metro belt-line (a.k.a. Koltsevaya line) connects the majority of the railway stations (excepting Rizhsky and Savyolovsky). Leningradsky, Kazansky and Yaroslavsky rail stations are all located on Komsomolskaya Square, informally known as the “square of 3 stations”.

Belorussky railway station

Kazansky railway station

Kiyevsky railway station

Kursky railway station

Leningradsky railway station

Paveletsky railway station

Rizhsky railway station

Savyelovsky railway station

Yaroslavsky Railway Station

 

 

Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)

+7 495 578 65 65
+7 925 100 65 65
+7 495 956 46 66

Moscow transport Sheremetyevo

Sheremetyevo International Airport is located 29 km (18 mi) northwest of Moscow. It has four passenger terminals and one terminal (A) reserved for the use of private and business aviation. The terminals are divided into two clusters – north (B, C) and south (D, E, F).

It is possible to walk between the terminals within the clusters. However, you have to take a shuttle bus to go between the clusters. The shuttle bus is free for air ticket holders. Regular buses (851, 817) and mini-buses (948 or 949) also link northern and southern areas, but you have to buy a ticket. Bus fares vary from 30 to 100 rub.
Sheremetyevo I is the old name for Terminal B, Sheremetyevo II is the old name for Terminal F and Sheremetyevo III is the old name for Terminal D.

There are 10 hotels close to the Sheremetyevo: Profilactorium, Kora-VIP, V Express, Park Inn, Novotel, MONA, Atlanta, Sheraton, SkyPoint, Marriott.
If you want to take a rest between your flights, the capsule hotel “V Express” can provide you with accommodation without Russian visa. The hotel is located in the terminal “E” directly between Mother-and-child room and the First Aid post. There are different class 66 rooms. Despite the small size of rooms (from 7.5 to 22 square meters), they are equipped with everything you need — individual bathroom, telephone and Internet, a modern security system. Prices start at 2,690 Rub for a 4 hours stay and depend on room class. Visit the hotel’s web site for more information.

To get to/from Sheremetyevo

By taxi:

Sheremetyevo offers official taxi service. Use only licensed taxi that parked at the special taxi stops. Most of taxi companies provide fixed prices (not per minute) for airport transfer. The price depends on the distance to your destination point.
To book a taxi, contact the manager at the airport (wearing yellow vests) or call 8-964-588-88-80. You can also make an order online. Credit cards are accepted.

By car:

Take the Leningradskoe Shosse (Leningradskoe highway), the main road leading to the airport and one of the busiest in the city. Then turn onto Sheremetyevskoye Shosse (Sheremetyevskoye highway) . Generally, most of the day large traffic jams impede the normal movement of traffic.
There are 13  parking lots in the airport. Free parking close to terminals is allowed not more than 15 minutes. Free parking lots for passengers with reduced mobility are provided at any parking space.

By public transport:

Regular buses operate from metro stations:

1. from Rechnoy Vokzal station (green line):

Mini-bus 949
Travel time: 30-50 minutes
Timetable: weekdays – from 6:45 a.m. to 11:10 p.m. and weekends – from 6:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.

Bus 851
Travel time: 40-50 minutes
Timetable: from 5:30 a.m. to 0:45 a.m.
Departure time: every 9-30 minutes.

2. from Planernaya station (purple line):

Bus 817
Travel time: 40-50 minutes
Timetable: from 5:20 a.m. to midnight
Departure time: every 15-30 minutes.

Mini-bus 948
Travel time: 40-70 minutes
Timetable: from 6:45 a.m. to 9:45 p.m.

3. from Leninskiy Prospekt station (orange line)

Bus H1 operates during the night only
Travel time: 90 minutes
Timetable: from 01.00 a.m. to 5:30 a.m.
Departure time: every 30 minutes.

By aeroexpress:

To Sheremetyevo: Take a train “Aeroexpress” from Belorussky Railway Station to get to the airport (D, E, F terminals). The train departs from 5:30 AM to 12:30 AM every 30 minutes from Belorussky Railway Station. Travel time is about 35 minutes.
From Sheremetyevo: The train to Belorusskiy Railway Station from the airport (D, E, F terminals) departs from  5:00 AM to 12:30 AM every 35 minutes.
An Aeroexpress train ticket can be purchased from the Aeroexpress website, ticket offices located at the airports or Aeroexpress ticket vending machine. Holders of international MasterCard or Visa cards that support contactless PayPass or PayWave technologies can pay for Aeroexpress services directly at the turnstiles. To pay for a one-way journey place the card on the yellow reader located at the top of the turnstile.
Fare: 420-470 rub depending on the method of payment.

Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey! A passenger, who is not able to provide a ticket when passing the ticket check point, may be treated as having travelled without a ticket and may be required to pay the full single fare.

 

Domodedovo International Airport (DME)

+7 495 933 66 66

Domodedovo is the largest airport in Russia. It’s located about 42 kilometres (26 mi) south-east from the centre of Moscow. The airport has one terminal building. Both domestic and international flights are operated from it.

Moscow transport Domodedovo

 

To get to/from Domodedovo

By taxi:

The airport offers official taxi service. Use only licensed taxis that parked at the special taxi stops. Most of taxi companies provide fixed prices (not per minute) for airport transfer. The price depends on the distance to your destination point. Credit cards are accepted.
You can book a taxi calling +7(495) 967-8363, (ext.2-6354) or at special desks in the airport, these are located at:

  • in the domestic arrival area (desk No. 231, No. 232)
  • in the international arrival area (desk No.2, No. 3)
  • in public area of the airport’s terminal (desk No. 185)
By car:

Take the A105 highway to get to Domodedovo. When driving along MKAD you should take the slip road No 25. The distance from MKAD* to the airport is 22 km (13,7 mi). Domodedovo Airport has several free and paid parkings. Paid parking provides a toll free time – 15 minutes after the entrance.

* MKAD – The Moscow Automobile Ring Road (Russian: Московская Кольцевая Автомобильная Дорога, Moskovskaya Koltsevaya Avtomobilnaya Doroga), or MKAD (МКАД), is a ring road encircling the city of Moscow.

Free parking:

  • 1,5 km before the airport, on the left side of the road. Drive towards the airport, make a U-turn and drive until the signpost “Poselok Volodarskogo”;
  • 3 km before the Airport, on the left side of the road, next to the petrol station. To access the parking, use the road interchange.
By public transport:

You can get to Domodedovo airport from Domodedovskaya metro station (green line) by bus/mini-bus 308 or from Paveletskaya railway station by commuter train.

 Mini-bus 308:

Travel time: 25-30 minutes

Fare: 120 roubles. The fare shall be paid to the driver when getting into the bus. There is no additional charge for a luggage, if there is no need to occupy an additional passenger seat to fit the luggage in the cabin.

Timetable: from 6:00 a.m. to midnight

Departure: every 15 minutes

At night time, from midnight to 06:00 a.m., according to the timetable:
00-00; 00-40; 01-20; 02-00; 02-40; 03-20; 04-00; 04-40; 05-20; 06-00.

Boarding place:

  • From Domodedovo: bus parking area is 100 metres in front of the terminal building (between the 2-nd and the 3-d exit, No.No. 2 and 3).
  • To Domodedovo: Domodedovskaya subway station: Exit from the last carriage of the train from the downtown, turn right in the underpass, then go the right stairs towards the exit to the city. The bus stop is on the main road close to the top of the stairs.

 Bus 308:

Travel time: 35 minutes.

Fare: 100 roubles. Tickets can be purchased from the driver.  There is no additional charge for a luggage.

Timetable: from 6:00 a.m. to midnight

Departure time: every 15 minutes.

Boarding place:

  • From Domodedovo: bus parking area is 100 metres in front of the terminal building (between the 2-nd and the 3-d exit, No.No. 2 and 3).
  • To Domodedovo: Domodedovskaya subway station: Exit from the last carriage of the train from the downtown, turn right in the underpass, then go the right stairs towards the exit to the city. The bus stop is on the main road close to the top of the stairs.

Commuter train

From Paveletsky Railway Station, you can get to Domodedovo Airport by an ordinary train. From the airport, the train departs from the railway terminal, located near the right wing of the airport terminal.

Travel time: 1 hour 10 minutes – 1 hour 15 minutes.

Train timetable:

From Paveletskaya Railway Station

to Domodedovo Airport

From Domodedovo Airport

to Paveletskaya Railway Station

Departure

Arrival

Departure

Arrival

4:45

5:53

6:18

7:34

5:48

6:56

7:08

8:20

6:17

7:38

8:08

9:21

7:35

8:38

9:07

10:19

8:49

9:58

10:48

12:04

10:45**

11:59

12:17**

13:28

13:48

14:59

15:48

16:49

16:30

17:45

16:30

17:15

16:51

17:57

17:06*

18:10

17:41*

18:55

18:19

19:23

18:11

19:29

19:07*

20:07

 19:23*

20:26

 20:18 21:28

 20:19

21:25

22:08 22:28

21:48

22:56

23:19 0:36

23:09

0:24

0:45 1:45

 * – on weekdays; ** – on weekends

 

By aeroexpress:

The comfortable high-speed Aeroexpress train travels to and from Paveletsky railway station and Domodedovo airport.

Journey time: about 45 minutes

The train departs from 6:00 AM to 12:30 AM.

Fare: 420-470 rub depending on the method of payment.

An Aeroexpress train ticket can be purchased from the Aeroexpress website, ticket offices or Aeroexpress ticket vending machine. Holders of international MasterCard or Visa cards that support contactless PayPass or PayWave technologies can pay for Aeroexpress services directly at the turnstiles.  To pay for a one-way journey place the card on the yellow reader located at the top of the turnstile.

Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey! A passenger, who is not able to provide a ticket when passing the ticket check point, may be treated as having travelled without a ticket and may be required to pay the full single fare.

 

Vnukovo International Airport (VKO)

+7 495 937-55-55

Moscow transport Vnukovo

Vnukovo located 28 kilometres (17 mi) southwest from the centre of Moscow. It is the 4th-busiest airport in Russia.
For more than sixty years the airport has had a special status: it has provided services to flights of Russian senior officials, foreign heads of state and government. Vnukovo was used for military operations during the Second World War, but became a civilian facility later.
The airport comprises 3 passenger terminals adjacent to each other (A, B, D). Terminal A is used both for domestic and international flights. Charter and low-cost international flights and flights to Central Asia are operated from Terminal B. Terminal D is used for domestic arrivals from North Caucasus only.

To get to/from Vnukovo

By taxi:

The airport offers official taxi service. Use only licensed taxis that parked at the special taxi stops. Most of taxi companies provide fixed prices (not per minute) for airport transfer. The price depends on the distance to your destination point. You can book a taxi at first floor of the terminals A and B.

By car:

Three highways lead to Vnukovo: Kievskoe shosse (usually the fastest way), Borovskoe shosse and Minskoe shosse. The entrance to the flyover in front of the departure area of Terminal A is free.

By public transport:

You can get to Vnukovo International Airport from Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station (red line) by buses 611, 611c, 611ф, and mini-bus 45.

Bus 611 to the bus stop “Aeroport” (Аэропорт in russian). Note that “Aeroport” isn’t the final stop of the rout 611, so you should ask the driver to let you know when the bus gets to your stop.
Travel time: 35-40 minutes
Timetable: from 5:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Departure: every 10-20 minutes

Boarding place:

  • From Vnukovo: bus parking area is 130 metres from the terminals line (behind the flyover and the multilevel parking complex).
  • To Vnukovo: Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station (red line): Exit from the first carriage of the train from the downtown, turn right in the underpass, then go the left stairs towards the exit to the city. The bus stop is 20 meters from the top of the stairs.

Bus 611c. The bus stop Vnukovo Airport is the final stop of the rout 611c.
Travel time: 30-40 minutes
Departure: every 20 minutes
Boarding place:

  • From Vnukovo: Bus stops in Vnukovo are located in the street behind multi-level parking, 130 meters from the terminals. Passage to the bus stops is on the right of parking 1. Ticket booth is behind parking 1. There are two bus stops in the street: the left one is for busses going to Moscow city.
  • To Vnukovo: Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station (red line): Exit from the first carriage of the train from the downtown, turn right in the underpass, then go the left stairs towards the exit to the city. The bus stop is 20 meters from the top of the stairs.

Mini-bus 45.
Travel time: 20-25 minutes
Timetable: from 7:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Departure: every 10-15 minutes

Boarding place:

  • From Vnukovo: mini bus parking area is in front of terminal A.
  • To Vnukovo: Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station (red line): Turn right once you get off the uptown train, proceed down the platform, up the stairs, turn right once out the station’s doors and into the pedestrian underpass, five meters down the underpass, turn left, walk up the stairs and out onto the street and right on the left.
By aeroexpress:

The comfortable high-speed Aeroexpress train travels to and from Kievsky railway station and Vnukovo airport.
Fare: 420-470 rub depending on the method of payment.
Journey time: about 35 minutes
The train departs from 6:00 AM to 12:00 AM.

An Aeroexpress train ticket can be purchased from the Aeroexpress website, ticket offices or Aeroexpress ticket vending machine. Holders of international MasterCard or Visa cards that support contactless PayPass or PayWave technologies can pay for Aeroexpress services directly at the turnstiles. To pay for a one-way journey place the card on the yellow reader located at the top of the turnstile.
Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey! A passenger, who is not able to provide a ticket when passing the ticket check point, may be treated as having travelled without a ticket and may be required to pay the full single fare.

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The scheme of public transport between the Moscow airports

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Moscow transport public transport between the airports

 

 

Belorussky railway station

7 Tverskaya Zastava Square
+7 495 251 60 93

Metro station: Belorusskaya (green line or belt-line). The exit is in the right wing of the railway building.

The railway station was opened in September 1870. From Belorussky trains leave for the western regions of the Russian Federation, Belarus, Lithuania, and destinations in Central and Eastern Europe (Berlin, Bern, Warsaw, Vilnius, Gomel, Grodno, Kaliningrad, Minsk, and Mogilev).
Belorussky is a sister-station of the main railway station in Berlin, Germany: Berlin Hauptbahnhof.

Direct commuter trains (elektrichka) go to Barvikha, Usovo, Odintsovo, Golitsyno, Zvenigorod, Kubinka, Mozhaysk, Gagarin and Vyazma.

Belorussky station has a terminal for Aeroexpress trains to Sheremetyevo International Airport. The trains depart from 5:30 AM to 12:30 AM every 35 minutes from Belorussky Railway Station. Travel time is about 35 minutes. Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey.

The station provides free WiFi connection.

There is a hostel on the second floor of the station. Room rates are: from 1,000 rub per bed in a ten-bed room per night to 7,000 rub in a deluxe rooms. See the hostel’s website for more information.
A three-star mini-hotel is located on the third floor of the station building (right wing). Room rates vary from 1800 per bed in a three-bed room per night to 7,000 in deluxe rooms.

Kazansky railway station

2 Komsomolskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00

Metro station: Komsomolskaya (red line or belt-line). The exit of the metro is located right in the station building.

Moscow transport Kazansky railway station

Kazansky railway station is one of the biggest railway stations in Europe. It connects Moscow with the cities of the Volga region, the Russian Black Sea coast, the Urals, Siberia, Central Asia, and the Republic of Tatarstan (name “Kazansky” was derived from Kazan, which is the capital of the Tatarstan).

Suburban commuter trains (elektrichka) connect Kazansky station with the towns of Lyubertsy, Gzhel, Kurovskoye, Shatura, Cherusti, Vekovka, Bykovo, Ramenskoye, Bronnitsy Voskresensk, Yegoryevsk, Kolomna and Ryazan.

Kazansky Railway Station is on the list of the monuments of Russian architecture. It was created as not just a functional building, special attention was paid to the architecture as well. The famous painters Boris Kustodiev and Nicholas Roerich worked on a project to design the exterior of the building.

The station building currently has several small shops and a restaurant as well as waiting rooms, a luggage room, a first-aid room, and childcare rooms. The station provides free WiFi connection. There is an Art Gallery of Russian Artist Dmitry Belyukin at the Tsar Tower of Kazansky railway station. Entrance fee: 50 rub. Visitors may visit the gallery on their way to or from Moscow.

There is a hotel in the railway station. Room rates vary from 600 rub per bed in a ten-bed room per night to 6000 rub in deluxe rooms. Tel: +7 499 266 32 45, +7 499 266 21 81. Email: moskaz@rzdhotel.ru

 

Kiyevsky railway station

1 Kievskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Kievskaya (blue line, light blue line or belt-line).

Moscow transport kievsky railway station

The station offers regular long-distance train services to Kiev, to other destinations in central and southern Ukraine and southern European destinations such as Budapest, Zagreb, Belgrade, and Sofia.

Direct commuter trains (elektrichka) link Moscow and other cities in the Moscow region: Aprelevka, Naro-Fominsk, Balabanovo, Obninsk, Maloyaroslavets, and Kaluga.

Kievsky Railway Station is connected to Vnukovo International Airport by Aeroexpress trains. The trains depart from 6:00 AM to 12:30 AM. Travel time is about 35 minutes. Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey.

Kievsky Railway Station offers the following services to passengers: childcare room, storage rooms, toilets, kiosks, snack bars and free WiFi connection. There is one of the biggest shopping centres of Moscow “Evropeisky” on the square right in front of the railway station. The centre can boast a huge number of different shops that mostly offer clothes and shoes. In addition drug stores, food court, currency exchange, ATMs, tourist agencies and even ice rink and cinema can be found in “Evropeisky”.

There is a hotel in the station building. Room rates vary from 600 rub per bed in a ten-bed room per night to 3000 rub in a single room. Tel: +7 499 623 63 51, +7 916 800 41 91. Email: moskiev@rzdhotel.ru

 

Kursky railway station

29 Zemlyanoy Val Str.
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Chkalovskaya (light green line) or Kurskaya (blue line or belt-line). The exit of the metro is located right in the station building.

Moscow transport kursky railway station

From Kursky railway station trains depart for Vladimir and Nizhny Novgorod, Samara but most trains go south, through Tula, Orel, Kursk and eastern Ukraine to the Black Sea and beyond, including Sochi, the Crimea and the Caucasus.

Suburban commuter trains (electrichka) link Moscow and Podolsk, Serpukhov, Chekhov, Tula in the direction of Kursk and Reutov (Reutovo), Balashikha, Zheleznodorozhny, Staraya Kupavna (Kupavna), Elektrougli, Elektrostal, Noginsk, Pavlovsky Posad, Elektrogorsk, Orekhovo-Zuevo, Kirzhach and Pokrov in direction of Gorky.

The territory of railway station complex has a lot of small shops. There is a shopping mall “Atrium” opposite to Kursky railway station. The passage connects 2nd floor of Kursky to Atrium building. Shopping centre is accessible from street level as well. Atrium has plenty of stores selling cosmetics, clothes, shoes, children’s products and much more. There are several cafes around the mall and a food court on the 3rd floor. The cinema is located on the 3rd floor, but be aware, all films are shown in the Russian language.

The station provides free WiFi connection.

 

Leningradsky railway station

3 Komsomolskaya Square
+7 495 262 95 04
Metro station: Komsomolskaya (red line or belt-line)

Moscow transport Leningradsky railway station

Leningradsky Railway Station is the oldest railway station in Moscow. It has a “twin brother” in St. Petersburg – Moskovsky railway station. The same architect designed both Leningradsky and Moskovsky stations in the same architectural style.

Trains leave for Pskov, Saint Petersburg, Tver, Veliky Novgorod, Petrozavodsk,Murmansk, Tallinn, and Helsinki.

The train “Sapsan”, which should be noted separately, is the fastest train linking Moscow and Saint Petersburg. The journey will take you about 3.5 hours.

Suburban commuter trains connect Moscow with Khimki, Zelenograd (Krukovo), Solnechnogorsk (Podsolnechnaya), Klin, Konakovo and Tver.

In Leningradsky Railway Station are presented practically all services related to services of a railway communication. On the second floor travellers can buy food, magazines, and souvenirs, have a snack at a local café or buy luggage items. A spacious waiting room is located on the second floor as well. The station provides free WiFi connection.

 

Paveletsky railway station

1a Paveletskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Paveletskaya (green line or belt-line). The exit of the metro (green line) is located right in the station building.

The major directions of long-distant trains are Almaty, Astrakhan, Baku, Balakovo, Balashov, Donetsk, Lipetsk, Luhansk,Saratov, Tambov, Volgograd, Voronezh, Yelets, and other destinations southern destinations.

Suburban electric trains (electrichka) depart towards Kashira, Ozherelye, and Uzunovo.

There is the city passenger terminal of airport Domodedovo connected with it by a high speed Aeroexpress train. The train departs from 6:00 AM to 12:40 AM. Travel time is about 45 minutes. Keep the ticket for the whole of your Aeroexpress journey.

Passengers are offered traditional services: a waiting room, a hall of official delegations, cafe, mail, a resting room, service-center.

There is the museum of the Moscow Railway next to the station building. The museum’s exhibits show the history of the Moscow Railway. One of the most remarkable exhibits is Vladimir Lenin’s funeral train arrived in Moscow on January 23rd, 1924. The opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday – from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, Sunday – from 10:00 am to 5:45 pm. Visitors may visit the museum on their way to or from Moscow. You can find it on the left hand side as you face the facade of the railway station.

 

Rizhsky railway station

1 Rizhskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Rizhskaya (orange line).

From Rizhsky railway station long distance trains depart to Riga and other Latvian destinations. Suburban commuter trains (elektrichka) connect Moscow with Krasnogorsk, Dedovsk, Istra, and Volokolamsk.

The station was constructed in 1902 in Neo-Russian style. In 2004, the Moscow Railway Museum was opened in the station. The exhibition center displays railway equipment, as well as miniature models of trains. In addition, every Sunday at 12:00 pm visitors can take a guided tour by the retro train. Opening hours: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm, except Mondays and Tuesdays.

Opposite the station there is a shopping mall “Krestovsky” (Rus: Крестовский) . It has a cafe in the right wing and a lot of stores selling mostly clothes, shoes, and cosmetics.

Rizhsky railway station provides a full range of services to passengers: a waiting room, a dressing room, a cafe, a currency exchange, a childcare room, and much more. The station provides free WiFi connection.

There is a hostel right in the station building. Room rates are: from 700 rub per bed in 10-Bed / 8-bed mixed dormitory per night to 3,850 rub for a lux double room.

 

Savyelovsky railway station

2 Savyelovskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Savyolovskaya (gray line).

Savelovsky is the youngest of the Moscow railway terminals (the construction was completed in 1902) and is the only with suburban destinations exclusively. The main destinations are Dolgoprudny, Lobnya, Iksha, Yakhroma, Dmitrov, Taldom, Kimry (Savyolovo) and Dubna.

There is a bus terminal, in front of the station, serving Dmitrov, Dubna, Iksha, Kalyazin, Kashin, Kimry, Laryovo, Taldom and several other destinations north of Moscow.

 

Yaroslavsky Railway Station

5 Komsomolskaya Square
+7 800 775 00 00
Metro station: Komsomolskaya (red line or belt-line).

Moscow transport Yaroslavsky Railway Station

Yaroslavsky Railway Station is the starting point for a Trans-Siberian journey. Trains depart for Beijing, Ulan Bator and Siberian destinations such as Irkutsk on Lake Baikal and the easternmost city in Russia – Vladivostok.

Yaroslavsky is considered to be the most beautiful railway station of Moscow. Some elements of the station building remind wonderful architecture of Moscow Kremlin and churches of northern Russia.

Station offers the following services to passengers: ATMs, cafes, shops, drugstores, a childcare room, a post office, luggage rooms, stations for recharging mobile phones, etc. The station provides free WiFi connection.

There is a large shopping center “Moscovsky” on the square of 3 stations”. Moscovsky has a variety of shops and cafes under one roof. A food court is situated on the 3rd floor.

 

The information provided is current as of August 2015

 

 

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