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How to Get from Moscow Western District to Other Destinations
Situated in the western part of Moscow, the Western District is considered the city’s most prestigious and eco-friendly one. If you plan to depart from there to Sheremetyevo or other destinations in Moscow, this article will help you with transportation advice.
Taxi from Moscow Western District
Moscow taxis are available 24/7 by phone or online. If you choose to call by phone, be sure to speak clear Russian. A taxi from Moscow Western District to Sheremetyevo will cost from 20 euros and around an hour, depending on traffic. A trip to Komsomolskaya Square (where Kazanskaya, Leningradskiy, and Yaroslavskiy rail terminals are located) will take from 12 euros and 15 minutes. While official metered taxis are generally expensive, private drivers can simply rip you off, and it is not recommended to use their services.
Transfer from Moscow Western District
A pre-ordered transfer from Western District suits best those who value time and comfort. It is a fast and convenient means of transport. Being booked online in advance, the car is guaranteed to be timely driven up to the door. To order a taxi transfer at Kiwitaxi, you specify pick-up and drop-off points, date and time, how many passengers go, whether child seats are needed, etc. Your transfer driver will meet you at the agreed time and place, help you put your luggage into a trunk, safely and comfortably bring you to the destination.
A taxi transfer from Moscow Western District to the nearest air hub costs from 20 euros and takes around an hour. Reaching Komsomolskaya Square takes from 15 euros and about 15 minutes. All Kiwitaxi transfer fares are fixed and can be pre-paid online.
Public Transport from Moscow Western District
There’s a special train shuttle called Aeroexpress cruising between Belorusskiy railway terminal and Sheremetyevo Airport. It is the most convenient way to reach the air hub by public transport. To get there, you should take a subway train from Filyovsky Park to Kiyevskaya station, switch to the beltline, and reach Belorusskiy station. The whole trip will make from 8 euros and take near 1,5 hours. To get to Komsomolskaya square, you need to travel several stops further after Kievskaya station. The trip will take around 30 minutes and 50 euro cents. Actually, the subway is cheap and handy in Moscow: with a metro map, you’ll easily get to your destination from Western District. At the same time, it’s not very safe in terms of robbery.
About Moscow Western District
Many educational institutions were built in Moscow Western Administrative District during the Soviet period. Today you can find multiple Orthodox churches, big parks, and foreign embassies there.