Advice 1: How to get to the Park "Kolomenskoye"

Park "Kolomenskoye" - a beautiful and quiet green place where I love to relax Muscovites and guests of the capital. On the territory of Kolomenskoye Park, you can find very interesting monuments of architecture. Nice and just wander among the beautiful old trees, resting body and soul.
How to get to the Park "Kolomenskoye"
To get to the Park "Kolomenskoye" the easiest way is by metro. You need station "Kolomenskaya" Zamoskvoretskaya line of the metro on the map it is marked in green. The station is located closer to the South-Eastern part of the map. Sit in the first car of the train in the direction from the center.
At the station "Kolomna" two exits, you need one that is near the first car. The direction of the exit – cinema Orbita. Pay attention to the signs in the subway: there will be present also the direction of the exit to the Park. Rising from the subway, walk a little straight ahead along a residential development and you will be taken to the main entrance to the Park Kolomna. The entrance will be visible, and to go straight, so you won't get lost. The road from the subway to the entrance of the Park takes about 5-10 minutes.
Those traveling to the Park by car, easy access, focusing on the street where is the entrance to the Park. You need to get to Prospekt Andropova and proceed to the house 39. Not far from the Park you can leave the car: there is free Parking. By car to visit the Park better in the weekdays and if you go on a weekend, then leave early after lunch in the Parking lot only.
Kolomenskoye is a state art historical-architectural and natural landscape Museum-reserve. It is quite large: the area of the Park is 390 ha. the Entrance to "Kolomenskoe" - free, but you can buy a ticket for a tour. From April to October the Park is open from 08:00 to 22:00 and from November to March – from 10:00 to 21:00. The complex has several museums which are open from 10:00 to 18:00. The output from Museum to Museum – Monday. The entrance is paid, a ticket must be purchased separately for each Museum.
The Park Kolomenskoe is located on the banks of the Moscow river and overlooks a great view of the water and the city. There is also a Apple orchard, which is especially beautiful in spring, during flowering of trees, and in autumn, when they are hung with ripe fruit. There are Kolomenskoye and ancient oaks, some of which are so wide that two people do not clasp the stem.
In the Park is concentrated so many historical sites that if you are interested in this aspect of the visit, expect to several days. In one visit to see all of the estate t of the old buildings of the Park simply will not work. Beautiful old manor house, which recreates an authentic life and the interior takes you back in time and make you feel like in the time machine.

Advice 2 : How to get to Kolomna

Kolomna is a beautiful and cozy town located in the South-East of Moscow region, 100 kilometers from the capital. You can reach it in different ways: by train, by bus or by car.
Kolomna Kremlin
Go to Kolomna on the train. For this you need to get to the metro station "Komsomol" the Ring or on the Sokolnicheskaya line and exit the metro to the Kazan station. Continue to sit in the train run on the route Moscow – station "Golutvin". The journey time takes approximately 2 hours – 2 hours 30 minutes. The duration of the trip depends on the stops that the train makes on its path. "Golutvin" is the main station of the city of Kolomna.

You can also use and railway Express that runs between Moscow and Ryazan. It will take you to Kolomna for a half hour. To the city centre from the train station can be reached by tram, bus or taxis that depart from bus stops near the station.
Use ground transport. From Moscow to Kolomna can be reached by bus. For this you need to get on the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line of the metro to the station "Vykhino" to go to the bus station. Then take the bus №460 and go to the station "Golutvin". The journey time takes approximately 2 hours. The timetable you can watch at the bus station or online and plan your route.
If you want to get to Kolomna by car, you will need to Volgogradsky Prospekt to get on the M5 and go, focusing on the signs for the city. Need to move all the way straight till T-junction where you will turn left again and go straight to the next intersection with a pointer to Ryazan. Next, you need to turn to Ryazan and continue to the village Stepanshina, after which, you will see a bridge which you need to pass and move directly to the town of Kolomna. Travel time without traffic jams takes about two hours.
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