All public transport in Moscow (transport.mos.ru)
While central Moscow is best explored on foot, it’s easiest to use the metro to cover larger distances. The metro is comprehensive, boasts some great architecture, and is relatively cheap. City buses, trolleybuses, trams and metro operated under “Moskovskii transport” franchise by different operators but common fare system.
A useful mobile app called Yandex Transport helps you locate a nearest bus, trolleybus or tram on the line.
BUS > Lux Express operates coach service between Moscow and various cities in Europe.
RAIL > rzd-online.ru – regular train tickets and timetables / + High speed trains. Moscow is a railway hub, with connections to all parts of Russia and far into Europe and Asia. Due to its hub status, Moscow’s train stations are often crowded; trains are the usual form of intercity transport for most Russians. >> *Trans-Siberian Railway
Saint Petersburg can be reached in 4 hours via the high-speed Sapsan trains.
Train Station: Belorussky (Белорусский вокзал, map) • Kazansky (Казанский вокзал, map) • Kiyevsky (Киевский вокзал, map) • Kursky (Курский вокзал, map) • Leningradsky (Ленинградский вокзал, map) • Paveletsky (Павелецкий вокзал, map) • Rizhsky (Рижский вокзал, map) • Savyolovsky (Савёловский вокзал, map) • Yaroslavsky (Ярославский вокзал, map)
AIRPORTS > Vnukovo International Airport • Moscow Domodedovo Airport • Sheremetyevo International Airport. >> Aeroexpress is the only rail link to the airports.
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