Travel to Moscow

Moscow is a beautiful city, just waiting to be discovered. It & # 39; S a very easy city to navigate with a very efficient metro, the usual taxi services, easy airport to the city transport services and a rather unique arrangement taxi cab. There & # 39; S English speaking hospital system even when the unexpected occurs.

Taxi – In Moscow traffic renamed to be difficult, so it & # 39; S high risk of getting stuck in a traffic jam. With regard taken to the financial drive there and # 39; S is a chance that happens, too. If the taxi meter, agree on the fare before getting into the taxi. If the taxi meter, follow the scenery, to make sure they are not driving in a circle. English is not widely spoken as your destination address written in Russian and ask your hotel when they can give you an idea of ​​the approximate cost of travel.

Citizen Taxis – Another alternative that bypasses Moscow to wave down a private car. Just stand on the side of the road, the waves and the car stopped. Tell the driver where you want to go and negotiate the price. It helps to know some Russian, in order to avoid misunderstandings. Incidents apparently quite rare, but it helps to keep your wits about you. Again, your destination address written in Russian.

Moscow Metro – Metros around the world a simple way to get around with a map in any language, especially in Moscow. The fare on the subway a flat rate no matter where you are, and # 39; re traveling, and # 39; s easy to buy a ticket, using sign language.

Tip – if you want to buy two separate tickets for two people to the cashier how to go to the counter, otherwise you can get one ticket is valid for two trips.

You also have to pay for luggage (the same price per share as human), however, compared with the cost of travel to other places, this is an inexpensive form of travel.

English is available at the ticket machines. There & # 39; S little English is available in the underground, but the cards are available in English. Station names also can not be seen on the train, so it helps to count stops. All the lines are color-coded, it only takes a day or two to get a view of the Moscow Metro.

How and from the airport without a taxi – Recommended for those who travel light (small bag). It could not be easier. Aeroexpress is now available from the major Moscow airports to the subway. The walk from the train station to the metro can take a bit of negotiation, so there is a copy of the subway map on hand to show people that they can point you in the right direction. Aeroexpress from the & # 39 is a great alternative if your hotel is near the Moscow metro stop http://www.aeroexpress.ru/en/index.htm

Waiting In Line – Russians spend a lot of time waiting in queues, so be prepared when you have to wait.

S & # 39 is there a doctor in the house, – Occidentally, the need arises when abroad to seek medical attention. American Medical Center in Moscow English speaking staff and willing to help. Call in advance to make an appointment. There & # 39; S pharmacy just around the corner, too http://www.amcenter.ru/en/ [19659005] When traveling, do not forget to take out travel insurance. Expect the unexpected. A trip to the doctor for a simple ailment in Moscow can cost $ 300.00. Imagine if a major accident were to take place.

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I loved Moscow. I & # 39; sure you will too.



Source by Kate Eggins