Flights to Moscow, Russia
The city of Moscow is served by 3 international air facilities, Domodedovo Moscow Airport, Sheremetyevo Airport and Vnukovo Airport. Domodedovo Moscow Airport is the largest of the 3 and is the main international gateway into the capital city. Sheremetyevo Airport is the secondary international airport, whilst Vnukovo Airport handles mostly domestic and short-haul regional flights within Europe. However, Vnukovo Airport is also the closest to the city of Moscow.
- Domodedovo Moscow Airport is located about 42 kilometres from Moscow. A taxi ride from the airport to downtown Moscow would take around 90-120 minutes at a fare of RUB 1200-1600 (SGD 28-38).
- Sheremetyevo Airport is located only 29 kilometres away from central Moscow, so a taxi ride there will take about 45-90 minutes at a fare of between RUB 1100-1400 (SGD 26-33).
- Vnukovo Airport is the closest to Moscow, being only 28 kilometres away. A taxi ride to the city will also take about 45-90 minutes at a similar fare of RUB 1100-1400 (SGD 26-33).
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Best Time to Visit Moscow
If there’s one season to avoid going to Moscow during, its winter. The Russian capital is known for its bitterly cold winters, and the sun shines for only about 7 hours a day during this season. Spring, summer and autumn are all good times to visit, however, so simply avoid planning your trip from December to February.
Summer is most tourists’ favourite season, as temperatures in Moscow can rise all the way to 30°C. This naturally leads to bigger crowds and hiked-up hotel room prices, though, so the shoulder seasons of spring and autumn may offer a more pleasant experience. Though the weather may not be as warm, the city is covered with trees and flowers either in first bloom or fall colours, so walking through the city’s many parks and gardens is a magical experience.
Things to do in Moscow
Moscow’s key attractions are renowned throughout the world and, conveniently, are all arranged around the city centre - there’s the Kremlin, a spectacular compound of palaces and churches that are home to the President, as well as the iconic Red Square and Bolshoi Theatre. Don’t miss a visit to St Basil’s Cathedral if there as well.
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