On the plane to eagle it makes sense to fly from distant cities. From the capital and other cities of Central Russia distance to the eagle. Therefore, one of the best options is a long — distance train or commuter train. Every day in the direction of Orel from Moscow depart over 60 trains.

You can buy a ticket on the train "Moscow — Kremenchug", which departs from the Kursk railway station, you can take the train "Moscow — Kerch" — also from the Kursk railway station. It is possible to reach to the eagle branded on the train "Moscow — Kharkov", which also departs from the Kursk railway station. And every day I go several trains plying on the route "Moscow — Belgorod". In all these cases, the route from Moscow to eagle will take approximately 4 hours 55 minutes.
Pretty easy to get to eagle and on a regular bus. Every day from the metro station "Teply Stan" a bus "Moscow — Kursk", which is a 5 hours drive to the stop "the city the eagle. Lenin Square". Also from the station "Novoyasenevskaya" every day a bus "Moscow — Sochi", to the stop "Bus station eagle" would be approximately 5 hours 10 minutes.

You can catch a bus that goes on a route "Moscow — Rylsk". In this case, to "the city the eagle. Lenin square" will have to go for about six hours. There is a possibility to get to the stop "the city the eagle. The Central space is all" from Shchelkovo bus station in the bus "Moscow — Chisinau". In this case, the road will take 6 hours and 20 minutes. There is also a direct bus route "Moscow — Orel", which goes to the stop "Bus station eagle" five and a half hours. But this is pure journey time, excluding the big tubes.
Going to eagle on the car needs to go on the highway M2 "Crimea" by such cities as Podolsk, Serpukhov, and Tula. Then the route will go through Plavsk, Mobile and Mtsensk, Orel. Time that could be spent on this road, is not more than three and a half hours, but again, if you don't get caught in traffic.