Fly to the Russian capital
Visit one of the largest and most colourful cities in Europe.
Walk across the famous Red Square, visit Lenin's Mausoleum and drop into the GUM department store. View the collection of precious stones in the Kremlin Armoury and see Russian fine art in the Tretyakov Gallery. Gorky Park offers fun and entertainment for the whole family.
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Timetable may be subject to modifications without prior notice.
Baggage: free hand baggage allowance up to 8 kg, checked baggage up to 23 kg.
Check-in: check-in and choice of seat free of charge.
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (LJU)
Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport (or simply Ljubljana Airport) is 26 km from the city centre.
Bus services connect the airport to the centre of Ljubljana or you can hire or car or take a taxi from the rank in front of the terminal building. The journey to the city centre takes around half an hour.
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Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)
Moscow's Sheremetyevo International Airport is the second largest airport in Russia, located 29 km north-west of the centre of Moscow. The airport has five terminals linked by airport shuttle buses.
The fastest way to reach the centre of Moscow from the airport is by the Aeroexpress train. Journey time is 35 minutes. Alternatively you can catch a bus or minibus, take a taxi or hire a car. The airport is around half an hour by road from the city centre.
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Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME)
Moscow Domodedovo Airport is a modern airport located 44 km south of the centre of Moscow. Domodedovo is the largest airport in Russia and one of the three major airports serving Moscow. The airport has a single, large terminal.
The fastest way to reach the centre of Moscow from the airport is by the Aeroexpress train. The journey to Red Square takes 50 minutes. Alternatively, you can catch a bus, take a taxi or hire a car. During rush hours it can take an hour and a half to reach the centre by car.
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Vnukovo International Airport (VKO)
Vnukovo International Airport is the oldest and highest-lying of the three major airports serving Moscow and is located 28 km south-west of the city centre. The airport has three passenger terminals connected by covered walkways.
The Aeroexpress train will take you to the centre of Moscow in 35 minutes. Alternatively, you can travel by bus, minibus or taxi, or hire a car. Owing to the dense traffic, it can take up to an hour to reach the centre by road.
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