All (or most) of the roads in Moscow lead to the Red Square. Moscow’s airports are no exception.
Get to the Red Square by taxi
First option: get a taxi. You can book one by phone or through a mobile application; alternatively, you can find a taxi right at the airport. Going by taxi is the most expensive but comfortable way to get to the Moscow City Centre.
Get to the Red Square by public transport
Second and a cheaper, but a bit more complecated option: use public transport.
Public transport from Vnukovo Airport
At Vnukovo Airport, take the bus No. 911 for Salaryevo Metro Station, then transfer to the red line and go to Okhotny Ryad Metro Station.
If you prefer a more expensive option, go from Vnukovo Airport to Kiyevskaya Metro Station by Aeroexpress, change to the blue line and go to Ploshchad Revolutsii Metro Station. Then walk a few hundred meters.
Public transport from Domodedovo Airport
Alternatively, you can go by bus or minibus from Domodedovo to Domodedovskaya Metro Station and then to Teatralnaya Metro Station.
Public transport from Sheremetyevo Airport
You can also take a regular or shuttle bus from Sheremetyevo Airport to Rechnoy Vokzal or Voykovskaya Metro Stations. Okhotny Ryad Metro Station is less than a 30-minute drive from there.
Shuttle busses also run from Sheremetyevo to Shodnenskaya and Planernaya Metro Stations. Going by metro is a quick way to get to Red Square, but be ready to change from Pushkinskaya to Tverskaya Metro Stations.
Aeroexpress will take you to Belorussky railway station. Then go by metro from Belorusskaya Metro Station to Teatralnaya Metro Station.
How can I get to the Red Square by car
When driving around Moscow, keep in mind that finding a parking spot near Red Square is very difficult. Very few parking spaces are available inside the Garden Ring and, what’s more, you have to pay for parking.© 2016-2020 moscovery.com