Domodedovo Aeroexpress Moscow Reviews
Getting Into Moscow From Airport Apr 03, 2010
Not so much an Express train, as one that doesn't stop :D. Never seemed to go that fast, but gets you into central Moscow in 45 minutes.
Seems to be an Aeroexpress service to the three main airports, from different stations. the one at Domodedovo is located at the end of the terminal building, turning left as you come out of the International Arrivals.
Easily understood overhead signs in the airport direct you to the station. Ticket office for the AeroExpress is straight in front as you come out of the passageway.
Ticket for one way journey cost 250R, and the station and platforms are just outside the door. Barriers read ticket barcode and trains run around every half hour starting from 7am until midnight.
Trolley service on board selling snacks and drinks, and another one that sells newspapers and magazines, though they all seemed to be Russian language.
Brings you into Paveletsky Station, you need the barcode on your ticket to get out the barriers here as well.
There is a metro station attached to it, with Line 2 and the Circle Line 5 running through it.
On the outward journey the AeroExpress is at about the third and fourth enterance, and signposted in pictures and in English.The ticket office is on the left as you head towards the train. There are airport check in facilities at the station, as the AeroExpress also has a luggage van.
Found it the simple way to get into Moscow, particularly being the first time there and unsure of the metro system then.
Part of the The Moscow Times - April 2010 travel blog
1 / 1 TravBuddies found this review helpful/trustworthy
Join TravBuddy to leave comments, meet new friends and share travel tips!