By planeMoscow has three international airports, with most flights operated to/from Sheremetyevo (SVO) to the north of the city and Domodedovo (DME) to the south.
All three airports are connected with the city center via AeroExpress trains that run in 30 min. intervals and the journey takes from 35 to 45 minutes depending on the airport. The AeroExpress schedules are available on their official website: [ Sheremetyevo | Domodedovo | Vnukovo ].
The point of arrival is a rail terminal, which is connected to a subway station: Belorusskaya for Sheremetyevo, Paveletskaya for Domodedovo, and Kievskaya for Vnukovo. If you need a taxi, we recommend a combined AeroExpress + Taxi service or official airport carriers.
By trainThe newly-launched TransEuropeanExpress traverses Europe, making the run Paris-Moscow up to four times a week via Frakfurt, Berlin, and Warsaw amongst other cities. Several other European cities have direct carriages to Moscow including Amsterdam, Basel, Bratislava, Budapest, Nice, Prague, and Vienna. You will arrive at one of the main train stations, all of them are connected to subway stations.
If you arrive by train, contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org, we will meet you at a train station.