How to Get from Moscow City Center to Moscow Airports and Other Destinations
Moscow Central District is the heart of the Russian capital. It is the place all tourists coming here strive to see, as most cultural monuments and government buildings are located here. To come back to the airports and train stations after their stay in this lively place, travelers use public transport, a taxi, or a transfer.
Taxi from Moscow City Center
There is a variety of taxi services in the city, so it is not a problem to book a car here. The most famous ones are Gettaxi, Uber, Rutaxi, and Yandex.Taxi. You can order a taxi by phone, online, hail one in the street or at a rank. But note that private drivers may increase rates. Besides, such cars may be dirty and smoked.
With an official service, the average cost of a taxi from Moscow City Center to Sheremetyevo Airport will be 13 euros, Domodedovo - 15.5 euros, and Vnukovo - 13.5 euros. If you choose a private driver, you may be offered a price several times higher.
Transfer from Moscow City Center
If you want your trip to be safe and comfortable, a Kiwitaxi transfer will be a great choice. All our drivers are polite and responsible, they will not only take you to your desired destination fast but also help you with your baggage. All our transfer prices are fixed and they will not change after a booking is made. Thus, a transfer from Moscow city center to Sheremetyevo for 3 passengers will cost 15 euros, to Domodedovo - 19 euros, and to Vnukovo - 17 euros. You can book a transfer to any Moscow train station or some nearby city.
Public transport from Moscow City Center
Lots of types of transport can be found in the downtown - they are buses, trams, trolleybuses, share taxis, and metro. But there is a large problem related to ground transportation - constant traffic jams. So if you are heading to one of the airports, it is better to go there much earlier before your flight or use metro.
The fastest and most comfortable way to reach the airports is by Aeroexpress trains which depart from train stations. A single ticket will cost around 6.1 euros if you purchase it online and around 7.2 euros if you buy it on the spot.
Moscow city center is rich in sights. Red Square and the Kremlin are the most famous ones. The square is the place where all major parades are held and where the most recognizable monuments are located. Among them are Lenin’s Mausoleum, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, and the Monument to Minin and Pozharsky. Another interesting place is the State Tretyakov Gallery. And those who want to escape from the noize of the city, go to Gorky Park.