The history of the Russian capital dates back to about three thousand years. But it is mentioned for the first time as a city in 1147. Over the centuries was occupied and burnt down many times but always raised from its ashes.
From the 15th century onwards, during Ivan’s reign, Moscow became the capital of a realm. During the reign of Mihail I, the Romanov dynasty started and led the country for 300 years.
If Moscow, then the Kremlin … we heard and hear about this famous building complex in the past and nowadays. Its characteristic golden onion puddles are unique. In fact, we could even call it as the town of onion ponds: there are more and more beautiful cathedrals and temples.
Red Square and the Kremlin are the heart of the city. And the metro … in other cities, the metro is an underground means of transport, but not here … the stations are marvelous luxury wonders. On the distance of 333 km, a stranger, traveling to some of the stations, may feel that he arrived in the ballroom of a mansion. In conclusion, each station is different and all are a miracle. The metro should be visited even when we do not want to travel anywhere.
Moscow’s approach is simple: get a plane or maybe a train or bus and you can support your favorite team.
- Domodedovo International Airport
Moscow Domodedovo Airport is an international airport located on the territory of Domodedovo, Moscow Oblast, Russia, 42 kilometers south-southeast from the center of Moscow. (Wikipedia)
- Sheremetyevo International Airport
Sheremetyevo International Airport is an international airport located in Molzhaninovsky District, Northern Administrative Okrug, Moscow, Russia, 29 km northwest of central Moscow. (Wikipedia)
- Vnukovo International Airport
Vnukovo International Airport is a dual-runway international airport located 28 kilometers southwest of the center of Moscow, Russia. (Wikipedia)
- Zhukovsky International Airport
It is located in Moscow Oblast, Russia 36 km southeast of central Moscow, in the town of Zhukovsky, a few kilometers southeast of the old Bykovo Airport. Formerly known as Ramenskoye Airport or Zhukovsky Airfield, is Moscow’s fourth international airport. (Wikipedia)
|Leningradsky Station||Estonia, Finland, St. Petersburg* and northwestern Russia|
*Trains #135 and #81 from St. Petersburg to Moscow will arrive at Kursky station
|Komsomolskaya sq. 3, Moscow|
|Belorussky Station||Belarus, Kaliningrad, Lithuania, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic and some trains to Latvia||Tverskaya Zastava sq. 7, Moscow|
|Central Asia, Ryzan, Ufa, Samara and Novorossiisk||Komsomolskaya sq. 2, Moscow|
|Kievsky Station||Western Ukraine and Southeastern Europe||Kievsky Vokzal sq. 1, Moscow|
|Kursky Station||Southern Russia, Caucasus, Eastern Ukraine and Crimea||Zemlyanoi Val str. 29, Moscow|
|Paveletsky Station||Voronezh, Tambov, Volgograd and Astrakhan||Paveletskaya sq. 1a, Moscow|
|Rizhsky Station||Latvia||Rizhskaya sq. 1, Moscow|
|Savyolovsky Station||Kostroma, Cherepovets and some trains to Vologda||Savyolovsky Vokzal sq. 2, Moscow|
|Yaroslavlsky Station||Siberia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia and China||Komsomolskaya sq. 5, Moscow|
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Central bus terminal
The main bus terminal is located just next to Shchyolkovskaya metro station (the last station to the east on the dark blue line). You can get a bus to almost any Russian town and city from there. When you get inside the station, you’ll see signs in English and Russian in front of you.
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