The official Russian currency is Rubles (rub`li). One rouble consists of 100 kopecks. ATMs abound, credit cards are widely accepted, and it’s a good idea to have cash with you as well.
Russia uses 2 round European outlets “Type C" Europlug and the "Type E”. You can easily find an adapter at an electronics store or online. Russia uses 220 volt electricity.
If you are taking prescription medication, we recommend that you bring enough to last your entire trip. However, most of medication is sold over the counter without prescription.
Moscow is served by three international airports:
The best way to get to the city centre and back is by Aeroexpress trains - speed trains connecting Moscow railway stations and airports. Business class seats are available. Tickets can be purchased before boarding or beforehand online by visiting the official Aeroexpress site.
There are nine railway stations in Moscow:
Trains to Moscow come from London, Berlin, Paris, Warsaw, and many other European cities.
Metro is one of the most popular modes of transport in Moscow.
The most popular transport card is “Troika” card. You can purchase one in a ticket box at any train station, or buy a single ride ticket from a terminal in metro. Troika card can be used in metro buses, trolleybuses and trams. The cost of this trip is 36 rubles by this card.
A taxi ride within city limits costs about 400 Roubles.
Also in Moscow are these popular transportation services:
Bike renting is a good way to enjoy the city. There are modern and comfortable bikes for a ride at Moscow many bicycle stations.
After massive reconstruction Moscow now has bicycle lanes in all of the city centre. Enjoy green means of transport and find yourself on the picturesque Moskva river embankments or in a beautiful park.