Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) Guide
Directions & Transportation
- Available 24 hours a day from Arrivals level of Terminal 2 and outside Terminal 1. Take the fixed rate taxi rather.
- The express bus to Moscow leaves from Terminal 1 and Arrivals at Terminal 2. Local bus No 551 or 517 will take you downtown.
- The airport will be linked with Moscow in late 2004 connecting to Leningrad station.
- Car, Bus, Coach and Taxi.
- Airport Info:
- The main halls house information desks. The two terminals have separate telephone numbers for information (tel: (095) 232 6565 for Terminal 1 or 956 4666 for Terminal 2). Intourist guides are available in Terminal 2 and can provide tourist information (tel: (095) 578 5971).
- You can hire trolleys in Terminal 2 Arrivals and porterage can be hired. Left luggage counters can also be found in the same Terminal.
- Banking facilities, Post Offices as well as ATMs are available in both Terminals.
- More Services:
- The airport has a hairdresser, pharmacy and medical office.Both Terminals have Travel Agencies.
- Eating & Drinking:
- The Moscow Duty-Free shop in Departures.
- In the arrival hall is a bar and a snack kiosk and in Departures there are some snack bars.
- Business Facilities:
- The airport has a business centre in Terminal 2 (tel: (095) 578 7252), which can provide telephone, fax and conference facilities.
- Disabled Facilities:
- Passengers can be wheeled from the plane to the Terminals, but assistance should be requested on booking.
- Airlines Served:
- Aeroflot, Air France, British Airways, Delta, Finnair, KLM, Lufthansa, SAS, Czech Airlines, Transaero
- Airport Taxes:
- Activities near the Airport:
- Lenin's Tomb - On Red square is a must in the city to view the former leader who has lain in state since 1924, It could be him or a clever mock up. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts - you'll find most of the classic artists well represented here as well as ancient Greek, Egyptian and Roman art. Upstairs houses more modern works. A not to be missed for the art lover. The Armory Palace - The Kremlins oldest and richest museum and home to the many royal treasures. This will give one a deeper understanding of Moscow's place in world history.