MayakovskayaBecause of its enormous size, Moscow is one of the largest cities in Europe and while most museums, monuments and attractions are fairly close to the center, as the Kremlin or more famous streets, it is always necessary to use transport to travel Inside the city.

Fortunately public transport in Moscow is highly efficient and in fact, the metro system is honored to be among the best in the world.

Furthermore, both meters as trains and buses began to circulate very early and end very late so you will not have much trouble finding transport most of the time.

As for the metro, it is not considered one of the best in the world only for its magnificent and beautiful seasons, they are, they really are a delight to the eye, but so efficient, fast and convenient it is to travel by subway.

And achieve comfort in a transport which serves about 9 million people a day is really a daunting challenge today. The subway is available from 5:30 am to 1:00 am.

This impressive underground network is about 300 kilometers long and almost 200 stations.

The tours available are classified according to color codes to make it easier for passengers to understand routes and manage to arrive at their destination as soon as possible.

As for the price, which is one of the most important points, addressing the subway costs about 60 cents, so it is a fairly small price, also can buy prepaid cards if you plan to use it frequently.

Previously we had already devoted some articles to the subway and they really are works of art with exquisite architecture and stunning monuments.

If you came to Moscow, one of your points required to visit it is precisely subway stations.

Autobus MoscuAnother alternative to get around the city by public transport is excellent, we are talking about buses.

The bus network is especially extends through the center of Moscow, connecting the most important parts of the city so you’ll have no problem to move.

They are not as punctual and comfortable as the metro but the price makes up quite well, about 50 euro cents.

The ticket for the bus you can buy in kiosks or on the subway stations at regular price, or directly to the driver to a few cents higher price.

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