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How to Get from Vladimir to the Airport and Other Destinations
You can get from Vladimir to other cities by train, bus, taxi or transfer. The most popular destinations are Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Kostroma, Ivanovo, Yaroslavl, and Ryazan. Buses depart in all directions of the Vladimir oblast and there are also buses running between cities.
Taxi from Vladimir
The residents and guests of the city prefer to use a taxi to travel from Vladimir with minimal time and effort. Those who choose this mode of transport, hope for a comfortable trip, which will not hit hard on the wallet. Taxi is a really quick means of transport, but financial benefits can be controversial.
Calling a taxi or taking a car on the street, we often have no idea about the approximate price of the trip, nor about the time to be spent on the road. Some drivers, even if they work according to a meter, can drive round the city to increase the cost. A trip with an occasional driver is not safe at all.
In addition, you can not foresee the availability of a car, so there is a risk to wait longer than time allows.
Transfer from Vladimir
In order not to worry because of the above disadvantages of a taxi, it is better to find a reliable way of transportation in advance.
You will travel quickly, with comfort, and at the best price by Kiwitaxi transfer. If you travel with a child, then order a child seat - the safety of children is above everything else.
The transfer has one more advantage: you know the price already at the booking stage. It will be fixed and will not become an unpleasant surprise for you. For example, an economy car trip from Vladimir to Moscow Sheremetyevo will cost 74 euros, to Moscow Domodedovo - 81 euro, and to Suzdal - 32 euro.
Moreover, you will know in advance the approximate duration of the trip on the chosen route. This allows you to plan your schedule as accurately as possible.
All the listed advantages of the transfer prove that this is the most comfortable way to get from point A to point B.
Public transport from Vladimir
You can get from Vladimir to other cities by bus or train.
For example, you can only reach Suzdal from Vladimir by bus. It runs daily, from 6:40 to 21:40 with an interval of 50 minutes. You will spend around 50 minutes on the route, and the ticket price is about 1.1 euros.
You can travel to Sergiev Posad by train, which takes 1 hour and 10 minutes, and the price of a seat in a train starts from 4,5 euros. All the trains depart from Vladimir main train station located next to the central bus station and close to the historical centre.
You can get to Kostroma from Vladimir by bus or by train. Buses run regularly: 3-4 times a day, the maximum ticket price is 7.3 euros. You can get there by train only with changes in Kovrov and in Ivanovo.
Near the city there is the Airport of Semyazino. There are charter flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg from this airport.
Vladimir: useful information
Vladimir is one of the cities of Russia’s Golden Ring. It’s a city where the strength of previous generations is felt. In the 11th-12th centuries the city was the capital of the Grand Duchy of Vladimir. Now it is a large administrative, cultural, scientific, educational, and transport hub of the European part of Russia.
The Golden Gate, Dmitrievsky and Uspensky Cathedrals, architectural monuments of the XII century, built during the reign of the prince Andrei Bogolyubsky, are preserved in the city. Now they are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
You should visit the "Old Vladimir" Museum, which is located in the building of the water tower.
You also should visit:
- the City Duma.
- the Historical Museum.
- the Catholic church.
- the Planetarium.
- the Trinity Church.
- The famous prison "Vladimirskiy central", built during the reign of Catherine II.