Despite the enormous popularity among tourists, active transport Yalta to this day can not boast, and you can get there directly. The city lacks an airport and stations, not counting the sea. Often resort to get on the chaise in Simferopol. Yalta and Simferopol is only 80 kilometers.
The most popular way is by rail. It takes from 20 to 22.5 hours depending on the train. Trains depart from Kursky railway station of the capital. The final station is called Simferopol passenger.
The fastest way to get to your destination by plane, but this method is economically the least profitable. The average cost of a ticket at one end is 8300 rubles. But the flight takes less than two hours. From the airport to Yalta – one hour and forty minutes by any overland transport.
Whether to use the services of local taxi drivers – a moot point. On the one hand, you can bargain with them, on the other hand you can lose a lot of time if you go to rest alone, because drivers will take passengers.
From Simferopol it is best to get to Yalta by trolleybus or minibus. They go from the South side bus terminal every 15-20 minutes. A ticket for the trolley costs only 15 UAH, equivalent to about 80 rubles. The trip by bus will cost two times more expensive, but they go twice as fast. Almost all local taxis are Mercedes. They are comfortable, spacious and high.
As already mentioned, in Yalta there is a sea station. Therefore, it is impossible to ignore such an exotic method of travel on water. Cruise by regular boat will take approximately five to six hours. All this time, you will be able to admire the spectacular views, so will not be bored.
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.
You will need
- - map of Moscow metro;
- - map of Moscow passenger transport.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.