Our airport transfer service will take you to any location throughout Russia. We have professional licenced drivers that speak English all while providing affordably priced transfers to any area of your choice in the country.
Russia is a transcontinental country that takes part in North Asia and Eastern Europe. It is one of the biggest countries in the world by area, with over 146 million inhabitants.
Their official language is Russian, which is part of the East Slavic languages. The national currency of the Russian Federation is the Russian Ruble. The public system of the country is well-developed and consists of Metro systems, bus services and trams systems. Russians practise the right-hand system, which means that the driving side is on the right.
The capital city is Moscow, which is among the world’s largest cities by area and population. The city’s top attractions are Kremlin, the Red Square, Lenin’s Mausoleum and the St. Basil’s Cathedral.
Sheremetyevo International Airport is the first of four that serves the city of Moscow, and with over 45 million annual passengers, it is the busiest in the country. It has six terminals, four of which are international, one is domestic, and one is for private aviation. All terminals have facilities that offer currency exchange, ATMs, lost and found office, restaurants, shops, and some of them have VIP lounges and even a SPA-areas. You can travel to and from the airport by a nonstop train line, bus and taxis.
Moscow Domodedovo Airport is the second out of four that serve Moscow. Last year it handled over 30 million passengers, which makes it the second-busiest in Russia. The airport offers one big terminal that consists of two parts, one for domestic and one for international flights. It also provides duty-free shops, many lounge facilities and one hotel. You can get to the city centre by trains, buses and airport taxis.
Vnukovo International Airport is the third that serves the city of Moscow. It has two terminals, A and B, but only terminal A offers domestic and international flights. Getting to the city can be done by a 35-minute long train line, several bus lines and airport taxis.
The main airport that serves the city of Saint Petersburg is Pulkovo Airport. It is 23 km south of the city centre and has over 18 million passing passengers each year. There is only one terminal which is newly renovated and offers restaurants, business lounges and 17 gates. It serves as a hub for Rossiya Airlines, S7 Airlines, Smartavia and Ural Airlines. The public transport offers minibuses, shuttle buses, train line and airport taxis.
Sochi International Airport is the fifth-busiest in the country with over 5 million annual passengers. It has one terminal and capacity of handling 2500 passengers per day. It serves the city of Sochi, and you can get to the centre by buses and airport taxi.
The largest in the region of Tatarstan is the Kazan International Airport. There is only one terminal that offers three duty-free shops, a post-office, access to a wi-fi network, cafes and restaurants. You can get there by electric trains, buses and taxis.
Kurumoch International Airport serves the city of Samara and Tolyatti. It has one terminal that consists of three floors and also a VIP terminal with private check-in desks. There are many facilities available, like shops, cafes, pharmacy and a grill-bar. Once you land your options to get to the city are by bus, shuttle and our airport transfer.
Planning your transfer can be stressful, but we are determined to make the process easier by providing you with professional assistance and clean vehicles. Our airport transfer is by far the best alternative that you can choose to travel in the country.