In Moscow there are three major airports: Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo. The most efficient way of reaching the city center from the airport terminals are the air trains “Aeroexpress”.
They travel to the main railway stations (air train from Sheremetyevo goes to Belorusskiy railway station, air train from Domodedovo airport goes to Paveletskiy railway station and air train from Vnukovo airport travels to Kievsky railway station).
The trip takes around 35/40 minutes, and the interval between the trains is from half an hour to an hour depending on the time of day. For more detailed information about the prices, timetables and other services you can visit www.aeroexpress.ru
Buses and minivans serve all three major airports. You can learn more about the transit between Moscow airports and the city on the following websites: www.svo.aero, www.domodedovo.ru and www.vnukovo.ru.
Regardless of which airports you are using, there are couple things you should consider. First is Moscow traffic jams. Always give yourself an extra hour just in case. Secondly, never get a cab at Moscow airport as you will pay three to five times the market price. Ask your travel agent to arrange all airport transfers for you.
You can order a taxi in the airport as well. Just go to the stand, talk to the nice lady, get your receipt - et voila!
Additional information is available inside our short one page guides. They include tips about best cafes and restaurants in Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo or Vnukovo, places to buy local 3G data plan, map of Moscow metro and more usefull information. Print them or save to any device and use until you get an internet access for further site experience.
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