From Moscow to Tula can be reached in different ways. The calm and predictable — a trip on the train. Approximately 11 times a day from Kursky station of the Russian capital leaves the train Moscow — Tula. The journey time will be 3 hours 30 minutes to 4 hours 10 minutes. Here it all depends on the normal train or valuexpress. Of course, that last is slightly faster and makes fewer stops on the way to Tula.
You can also get to Tula and on the bus. And there are several options. The first option is to take the metro to Paveletskaya and Paveletskaya station to take the bus. The approximate journey time is about three hours, if not the big tubes. The second option is to get to the metro station "Lublin". And then again to take the bus that goes to Tula. The bus stop is within 200 metres from the metro station "Lublin". Approximate journey time is two and one-half hours. But again in a favourable traffic situation. A third option is to drive to the metro station Krasnogvardeyskaya, then bus to take the bus, which for two and a half hours drive from Tula. The fourth option is go to Tula from the bus stop near the metro station "Komsomolskaya". In this case, the journey time takes about three hours. The fifth option is to drive to Tula from the metro station "Domodedovskaya" that will take at least two and a half hours.
You can also get to Tula and using taxis. In the first case, the bus departs from the metro station "Tsaritsyno", and the second from the metro station "Lublin". But here and there the journey time will be about three hours.
Well, if you go by car, it is necessary to taxi on the road the Crimea and to go right all the time. And in three hours, if there is not much congestion, can be reached Tula. In the case of road traffic jams can stretch for even five hours.