Advice 1: How to get to Serpukhov

Serpukhov is a small, but very beautiful and interesting city in the Moscow region. He stands on the Nara river. In Serpukhov many architectural monuments – the ancient Kremlin, residential and industrial buildings of different eras. In and around the city quite often hosts festivals and major sporting events. To get to the Serpukhov by train, bus or car.
Museum of history and art - one of the attractions Serpukhov
You will need
  • - map of roads of Russia;
  • - the schedule of trains Kursk station of Moscow;
  • - the schedule of the southbound trains.
Instruction
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Your airport in Serpukhov there, so those who prefer air transport to all other, it is necessary to fly to Moscow. From any city to the airport you need first to get to the subway, and then – to the Kursk railway station in the direction of go trains Serpukhov. Metro station "Kurskaya" is on the circle line.
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Those who like to travel by rail, it is possible to offer several options. From Moscow, of course, easier to reach by train. With the Kursk railway station has direct commuter train to Serpukhov, and Tula. They also stay in Serpukhov. The second option is less convenient because passengers usually very much. In addition, in some areas of Serpukhov easier to get from the station Oka and Tula train stop, not always. With the Kursk station in Serpukhov can be Orel or Kursk by train.
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Trains Serpukhov to go with the platform of "Kalanchevskaya". This station in the area of Komsomolskaya square. Need to get to the metro station "Komsomolskaya". Commuter trains depart more from several Moscow stations "Tsaritsyno", "Tushino" and others.
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By train to get to the Serpukhov possible and from Tula. Travel time is about the same as from Moscow, so if you're heading to Serpukhov from the southern regions of Russia, this option is even more convenient. Journey time – about two hours.
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Buses Serpukhov are sent from the metro station "South". Range of motion is small, from 10 minutes to an hour. The first bus leaves at 6.55, the last one at 23.00 hours. To get there by public transport you can also from Tula and Kaluga. The buses do not arrive to the bus station, which is located next to the train.
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If you are traveling to Serpukhov with cars can take advantage of several Federal highways. Near the town is the "Big Moscow ring". This is the most convenient option. In the vicinity of the city passes highway M-2 "Crimea". Highway M-3 "don" and M-4 "Ukraine" held a little further, but in the Serpukhov district road network is very well developed, so getting to the city from these the highway is not a problem.
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In the summer time to Serpukhov you can swim and the river. Here is an ancient port, still receiving cargo and passenger vessels. However regular passenger lines have very little, but there are tours of the Oka river with a stop in Serpukhov.
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The station Serpukhov in itself is an attraction. This is a very beautiful old building, built before the revolution. Residents have every reason to be proud of their station, one of the most beautiful in Central Russia.

Advice 2: In Moscow to get to the Kursk station

Kursk station is the largest in Moscow, trains from the Gorky and Kursk directions through it, go to the North of the country. Need to know how to get to South railway "gate" of the capital in time to go on a trip.
Kursk station is the largest station in Moscow
You will need
  • - map of Moscow metro;
  • - map of Moscow passenger transport.
Instruction
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Kursk station in Moscow is located at the address Zemlyanoy Val, 29. Here arrive trains from Dnepropetrovsk, Kerch, Stavropol, Kursk, New Urengoy, Kharkov, Adler and many other cities of Russia and Ukraine. In the summer there are additional trains to the South of Russia.
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The easiest to the Kursk railway station can be reached using the network of metro, which is quite densely covers Moscow. The station is located near the station "Kursk" the ring line of the metro and near the station "Chkalovskaya" on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line. Metro trains run daily from 6 to 24 hours.
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If passengers need to get to the station from the airports "Domodedovo", "Vnukovo" and "Sheremetyevo", will need to use the services of the Express train and then transfer to the subway. The route "Sheremetyevo - Kursk station" point transplant will be the Belarusian railway station, following the route of "Vnukovo – Kursk station", you will need to take the metro at the Kiev station. Moving from "Domodedovo", you will need to transfer to Paveletskaya station to get to Kursk.
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Among other things, to the Kursk railway station can be reached by the bus routes B, BK. To the railway gate of the city is a short walk from roadside station "Ulitsa Vorontsovo pole". Near the station is the route 40 bus route and taxis 40m.
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But the easiest way to reach Kursk station with many taxis plying on Moscow. All taxi drivers know its location, but it should be borne in mind that the cost of the trip can be quite expensive. And, of course, we cannot forget that Moscow is famous for its challenging traffic, and a taxi can stand up to numerous tubes, which is fraught with very serious consequences, such as being late for the train.

Advice 3: How to get to Tula

At the mention of the city of Tula most people have only two associations — Tula gingerbread is a great weapon. Because it is gingerbread and a weapons factory this glorious city. But the Tula is full of attractions: the Tula Kremlinand the Museum "Tula samovars" Museum "Tula gingerbread" and the Museum of weapons. In General, there, what to see and what to visit.
How to get to Tula
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.

Advice 4: How to get from Moscow to the Crimea

Between Moscow and Crimea lies a road length of over 1500 km to Get to the new Russian entity by car, by plane to Simferopol, by train or by bus.
From Moscow to the Crimea

To the Crimea by car


The shortest way from Moscow to the Crimea is the road on Simferopol highway, through the cities of Tula, Orel, Kursk, Belgorod, Kharkov, Dnepropetrovsk and Zaporozhye. The road may be long due to long traffic jams and frequent stops from traffic police in Russia and the DAI of Ukraine.

A Moscow tourists drive to the Peninsula through the Kerch Strait. From Moscow you should go to the track "don", to drive in the city of Voronezh, Rostov-on-don, Krasnodar, Krymsk and Anapa. At port Kavkaz by ferry to cross the Strait and reach the city of Kerch. From there to follow its route.

To the Crimea by plane


Every day from the Moscow airports are flights to Simferopol. From airport "Sheremetyevo" every day 08:20, 09:25, 14:50, 16:50 22:45 departures are to the designated point. Journey time — 2 hours 40 mins ticket Price starts from 8,000 R.

Also on the flight with the plane you can sit in the airport "Domodedovo". Departure from Moscow every day at 06:20, 12:00, 13:20, 16:25. From Simferopol almost all Crimean city buses.

Train Moscow — Simferopol


Trains to Simferopol leave from Kursky railway station of Moscow. The train station is located at the address: Zemlyanoy Val, 29. Telephone reference should specify the exact schedule of trains. In summer, daily at 09:10 moving train "Ivan Turgenev" number 029Я with a message from Moscow to Simferopol. On certain days walking train "Crimea" at 23:05. Days running of the train, it is necessary to clarify from station ticket offices or by phone. At 17:15 Moscow there is a train Perm — Simferopol, at 10:50 train route Murmansk — Simferopol. The lowest ticket price is 1600 R., journey time is 23 hours.

Also from the Kursk railway station by train you can reach the city of Yevpatoriya, Republic of Crimea. Transport runs daily at 15:27. Train Moscow — Sevastopol will take you to the town of Dzhankoy which is in the centre of the Crimea. Call by phone +7 (800) 775 00 00, it is possible to consult and choose the one most convenient and the best route by train to the Crimean Peninsula.

To the Crimea by bus


The bus station "Novoyasenevskaya" on certain days bus departs at 21:00 to the city of Kerch. This bus passes through such Crimean cities as Simferopol, Feodosiya, Yalta. There is an option with transfers in the cities of Rostov-on-don, Krasnodar. The trip takes more than a day.

Advice 5: Getting to the Swallow's nest in Crimea

Swallow's nest is a very picturesque place on the Peninsula of Crimea, in Gaspra village. And built this miniature castle was in the second half of the XIX century. Swallow's nest is right on the Aurora cliff with a height of 40 meters at Cape AI-Todor.
Getting to the Swallow's nest in Crimea

The history of Swallow's nest



In outline, the structure resembles a medieval knight's castle and is a real emblem of the southern coast of the Peninsula. The exact date of the erection of the Swallow's nest – the years of 1877-1878, when the order of architects gave the retired General of the Russian Empire, which participated in the hostilities of the Russo-Turkish war. It's a memorable scene depicted on his canvases famous painters such as Aivazovsky, Lagorio and Barrybo. But then the building was made of wood and only vaguely resembled modern.

Then swallow's nest became the property to the court physician Tobino, and then to the wife of a Moscow merchant Rachmaninoff, were also a major restructuring of the seaside villas to order a new mistress. And modern appearance, the swallow's nest received after transfer of possession to a well-known oil magnate Baron Steingel, who really loved staying on the territory of Crimea. The Baron also very fond of German buildings on the banks of the Rhine, trying to give the romantic atmosphere of Germany on Russian territory. Made the project of the famous architect Leonid Sherwood, the son of the not less famous designer Vladimir Sherwood, who designed the Historical Museum in the Russian capital.

How to get to Swallow's nest



In the current political situation when the Crimean Peninsula was incorporated into the Russian Federation, to get to his site in several ways.

Of course, the simplest of them is a flight to the airports of Sevastopol and Simferopol, where every day sent a few dozen flights from Moscow and the Northern capital. And after arrival to the village of Gaspra can be reached by taxis and Shuttle buses heading towards the city or Alupka to Yalta. Unfortunately, the village has no organized hotels, so it's best to stay in these cities, and from them by taxi or private taxi driver for a relatively small price to arrive through the villages of the Vine, Livadia, Oreanda, Gaspra to the Levant.

If you prefer to travel by rail, then unfortunately, arriving by train JSC "Russian Railways" is currently not possible. To do this, first you will need to come to Krasnodar or Novorossiysk, and from there by bus or taxi to Kerch ferry, and the ferry across the Strait.

The direct distance between Moscow and Novorossiysk – 1500 kilometers, but drivers currently will need to first get to the terminal near the village of Senna, and then "dive" on the ferry. For this, you will need to drive from the capital along Kashirskoe shosse, then on the M4, Р251 and А290.

Advice 6: How to get to Chekhov

Chekhov, known in 14th century as a castle Lopasnya is 74 km from Moscow or 55 km from MKAD. The modern name of the city was named after the Russian writer, whose estate was in this place.
How to get to Chekhov
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Train

Every day from Kursky railway station platforms trains to Chekhov and from the station Moscow-Kalanchevskaya Square of the three stations are trains to Serpukhov, making a stop in the city. This route is convenient because the journey can start from the center of Moscow and the journey time is approximately half an hour, and the delay is unlikely. Another plus is a small fare compared to the bus or train. Cons in low comfort in the fact that in the schedule there is a long break from 11 to 14 hours. To specify the time of departure of trains on the official website of the Railways or with the help of search engines.
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Express

If you want to use rail, but to save time, you can go to the Czechs in the Serpukhov Express high-speed train. He goes twice a day from the station Moscow-Kalanchevskaya. The fare is one and a half times higher in comparison with the conventional train, but the Express is 20 minutes less.
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Bus

To drive from Chekhov by bus, you need to get to the metro station "South". Close to the shopping centre stop. Bus number 365 to Chekhov and makes a few stops, the journey time is about half an hour, but at peak times may experience delays. Also from metro station "South" buses №458 to Serpukhov, No. 913 to the city of Kremenki, No. 363 to Protvino. In the city they do disembark passengers in the square to them. Chekhov. Buses run regularly from 7 am to 11 PM, the interval between flights is small.
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Car

To travel from Moscow to Chekhov can be Warsaw or Simferopol highway. The first passes through Shcherbinka, Podolsk, Klimovsk, Chekhov and within becomes Old Simferopol highway. This route will have to stand at traffic lights and possible traffic jams. On the Simferopol highway, you must move approximately 45 km from MKAD, then turn right. This road is quieter. After 2 km it will merge with Old-Simferopol highway, and will lead to Chekhov.

Advice 7: How to get to Zhukov

According to archaeological excavations, the first people in the area where now stands the city of the beetles appeared in the early 2nd century. So the place itself is quite ancient, because you first lived here Vyatichi. Earlier, Zhukov was called Ugodsky factory, then he was given the name the beetles, in honor of Marshal Georgy Zhukov. And in 1996 the letter "o" at the end of the name removed.
How to get to Zhukov
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The easiest way to travel to Zhukov is a long — distance train. You can take the flight "Moscow — Kaluga", which is two times a day departs from the Kiev station of the Russian capital, and go to the station "Obninsk". And then at the bus stop "railway Station" to take bus No. 53 and go to the stop "Zhukov. The route". The total time spent in the trip is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
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You can also use one of the trains: "Moscow — Obninsk, Moscow — Kaluga-1", "Moscow — Kaluga-2" or "Moscow — Maloyaroslavets". Need to go to the station "Obninsk", and then take the bus number 53 and get to a stop "Zhukov. The route". The total journey time is 2 hours and 45 minutes.
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A lot of travel options from Moscow to beetles on the bus. First, we need to sit down at the bus station "Teply Stan" on the flight "Moscow — Black mud" and go to the stop "Zhukov. The route".
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If you follow the second option, at the same bus station "Teply Stan" you can buy a ticket on the bus "Moscow — Obninsk" and go to the final. Then, take the public bus "Obninsk — bugs" and get off at the station "bugs. The route".
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But if we use the third option, it is necessary to go on the flight "Moscow — Obninsk" from the bus station "Novoyasenevskaya" to the stop "Central bus station". Then, as in the second embodiment, seats on the bus "Obninsk — bugs" and to reach to a stop "Zhukov. The route". The time that you have to spend on the road in all three cases is 2 hours 40 minutes.
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Pretty easy to get from Moscow to Zhukov by car. There are several options for such a trip. According to the first, we have to go on the highway A-130 through Aprelevka, Naro-Fominsk, Balabanovo and Obninsk. Then turn left, pull off the road and move along the two-lane road before entering bugs.
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If you follow the second option, then you first need to taxi on the Warsaw highway and ride through Podolsk, Klimovsk, Chekhov and. And after Serpukhov, take the highway A-10 and straight to get to the entrance to bugs. In both cases the distance to destination is 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Advice 8: How to get to Sudak

Sudak is a resort city in Ukraine located on the Black sea. This town is the traditional centre of production of the Crimean wines. The population is a little over 15 thousand people.
How to get to Sudak
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If you get to Perch on the plane, you have to take the ticket for flight "Moscow — Simferopol". From the airport "Sheremetyevo" on this route flying planes "Aeroflot" and the airport "Domodedovo" flight "Moscow — Simferopol" cruise ships авиакомпаний1 "S7" and "air Onyx". Flight time is from 2 hours 10 minutes to 2 hours 25 minutes — it all depends on the type of airliner and its cruising speed. Arriving from Simferopol from the stop "Airport" should be on the bus to the stop "Bus station-2" and then change to bus "Bus-2 — perch". Alternatively, take the "Bus-2" transit bus "Evpatoria and Sudak". Along the way in both cases is 2 hours and 5 minutes.
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By train, you have to go from Kursk station of the capital of Russia at the "Moscow — Simferopol". Or take the train "Moscow — Sevastopol" and go to station "Simferopol". The journey time will be about 22 hours. Arriving in Simferopol it is necessary to sit at the bus stop "Railway station" on the bus "Simferopol — Sudak". Along the way will take another 2 hours.
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Buses flight "Moscow — pike perch", every day depart from the stop "Bus station Novoyasenevskaya". The journey time will be about 28 hours and 20 minutes.
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You can reach Zander and by car. For this it is necessary to go from Moscow on the track "M2 Crimea" and start moving towards the Russian-Ukrainian border through the Prominent, Chekhov, Serpukhov, Tula, Moscow, Orel, Zheleznogorsk, Kursk and Belgorod. After the Russian-Ukrainian border route "M2 Crimea" will turn into the track "E 105". The first large city through which we must pass, will be Kharkov. After this track "E 105" is necessary to drive Novomoskovsk, Dnepropetrovsk, Synel'nykove, Zaporozhye, Melitopol and Dzhankoi. Then take the road for "E97" through Feodosia. From Theodosia to Sudak to go no more than an hour. The total time it will take to get from Moscow to the pike, from 19 hours 30 minutes to 21 hours and 45 minutes.

Advice 9: How to get to Podolsk

Podolsk is a city in Moscow region, Podolsk district centre, which is located on the Pakhra river. This town was formed in 1781 from the village of Hem, and in 2004 received the status of city district.
How to get to Podolsk
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If you can reach Podolsk by train, you need to go from Kursk station of the Russian capital. You can take the train "Moscow — Serpukhov", "Zvenigorod — Podolsk", "Nahabino — Podolsk", "Nakhabino — Lviv", "Golitsyno — Serpukhov", "Moscow — Tula", "Dedovsk "Serpukhov", "Moscow — Chekhov", "Moscow — Serpukhov", "Nakhabino — Chekhov", "Rumyantsevo — Podolsk" and "new Jerusalem — Podolsk", "Dedovsk — and-Pillar" and "Volokolamsk — Podolsk". Have to go to the station "Podolsk". And the whole journey takes 49 minutes, if to go by Express train "Moscow — Serpukhov", to 1 hour 5 minutes if you take the trains "Odintsovo — Serpukhov", which goes with all the stops.
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On the bus to go from the metro station "South" rooms 406 and 407 that perform flights "metro station "South" — Podolsk (jubilee street)" and "metro "South" — Podolsk (jubilee street)". Travel time is 1 hour 5 minutes to 1 hour 12 minutes.
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There is also the opportunity to get to Podolsk from the metro station "Teply Stan" — go from there bus "Moscow — Podolsk (bus station)" and "Moscow — Podolsk (Central square)".
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The third option is travel by bus — take the route 520, on the route "Moscow, metro "Bulvar Dmitriya Donskogo" — Podolsk (jubilee street)".
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In the fourth case, you can take route 864 "Moscow Factory named after 1 may," which departs from the metro station "Ulitsa Akademika Yangelya". In the third and in the fourth case, the journey time is 1 hour and 5 minutes.
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By car it is necessary to go from Moscow on the Warsaw highway or the highway "А130" all the time and move right through Butovo, Drozhzhino, Shcherbinka, Starosyrovo and Banner Oct. And after 5 kilometers will Podolsk. The trip will take from 45 minutes to 1 hour 35 minutes.
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The second option is travel by car from Moscow to Podolsk is also quite simple. You have to go on the road "M2 Crimea" by the Butovo forest Park, Bykovo, Bykovka, Ivlev and Cover. Then turn right on Moscow Small ring, after about 7 km will be the entrance to Podolsk. This path will take, depending on the situation on the roads, from 55 minutes to 1 hour and 40 minutes.

Advice 10: How to get to shcholkine

Shcholkine is a town in Leninsky district of the Crimea. This resort on the shore of the Azov sea with a population of less than 12 thousand people. It is very popular among Russian tourists who go there to swim and sunbathe. Shcholkine is a young city — founded in 1978 and named after Soviet nuclear physicist Cyril Selkina.
How to get to shcholkine
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Flights for obvious reasons in Shelkino there is no airport. But you can overcome most of the way the plane "Moscow — Kerch" airline "UTair", and then from Kerch bus stop from the Airport catch bus number 4 and number 9 to station "Bus station ShChelkino". Or arrive by flight "Moscow — Simferopol" airlines "Transaero", "Aeroflot" or "S7", and then the number 53 bus or taxi from the stop "Airport Simferopol" to get to the bus station in shcholkine. Either way the journey in total takes about eight hours.
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As for long-distance trains, the best option is to sit either on the train "Moscow — Simferopol", or on the part of "Moscow — Sevastopol". In both cases, the road to Dzhankoy, where we need to go, takes 22 hours 23 minutes. Then by bus No. 41 or route taxi №43 from the stop "Central bus station of Jankoi" takes you to the stop "Avtovokzal ShChelkino". You can also take a taxi — travel time in all cases will be at least four hours. That is, in the first and second embodiments, the road to shcholkine takes more than 26 hours.
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Buses from Moscow to shcholkine do not go. However, there is an option — you can take the bus "Moscow — Kerch", which leaves from the bus station "Novoyasenevskaya" and 1 day and 3 hours to get to the station "Central Bus station" in Kerch. And then transfer to local bus and four hours to get to the station "Bus station ShChelkino". That is, the road will take approximately 1 day and 7 hours.
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If to speak about traveling by car, you have to prepare for the fact that you have a long journey of about 1,500 kilometers. From Moscow you should steer on the highway M2 "Crimea" and go through Shcherbinka, Podolsk, Klimovsk, then go around Serpukhov and to focus on Tula. After the car drove through the outskirts of Tula, it is necessary to follow the directions of the same road M2 "Crimea" in the direction of the eagle. The next major city after the eagle will be Kursk, from which it is necessary to go to Belgorod.

After the passage of the Russian-Ukrainian border, the route goes along the E105 highway in the direction of Kharkov, and after him on the highway E40 to Novomoskovsk, and then to Kiev. Then it is necessary for the E105 highway drive to Melitopol, then to Dzhankoy. And from Dzhankoy to shcholkine on the highway E50 distance of not more than 185 kilometers. All the way, if you go without long stops and overnight stays is just over 25 hours.
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