Useful information

Dear participants, for your comfortable stay in Moscow, we have prepared the most relevant information for those who visited this beautiful city first, and for his regular guests.

Moscow metro map

Working hours: from 05:30 to 23:30
The cost of 1 trip: 50 rubles

In the world, the Moscow metro system is 5th on the intensity of use (after the subways of Beijing, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai ).
The system consists of 12 lines with a total length 325,4 km double-track basis

In the Moscow metro 195 stations 44 of which are recognized as objects of cultural heritage.

Buses, trams, trolleybuses

Moscow bus depot offers comfortable buses, providing conditions for a comfortable fit passengers, including disabled citizens, as well as a comfortable travelling conditions by providing conditioning salons in summer and heating in the cold season.
Working hours: from 05:30 to 23:30
The cost of 1 trip: 50 rubles

The tram is one of the most convenient modes of transport, as it is practically not affected by the city traffic.
Working hours: from 05:20 to 22:20
The cost of 1 trip: 50 rubles

The trolleybus pool in Moscow - the largest in the world.
Virtually all models have a large capacity, three degrees of lighting and improved ventilation.
Working hours: from 05:30 to 00:30
The cost of 1 trip: 50 rubles


April Weather in Moscow

What to Pack for Moscow in April
Pack clothing that can be layered for April travel to Moscow. Some days will feel warmer than others, and you'll want to be able to modify your dress to suit the weather conditions easily. Long-sleeved cotton shirts and sweaters are good staples to begin with. A lined jacket will also come in handy.

Custom rules

Import to the Russian Federation:
Foreign currency import in amount that is over 10.000 USD can be possible only if the declaration form is filled in.
Medicine import:
Natural person can import and export medicine in amount needed for personal use.
Sockets are European, 220V, 50Hz.


International calls: dial 8 – 10 – country code – city code – subscriber’s number.
Long-distance calls: dial 8 – city code – subscriber’s number.

Emergency Phone Numbers

Fire department: 01
Police: 02
Emergency Gas Service:04
Unified 24-hour emergency service for mobile phones: 112

Useful phone numbers

EMERCOM Search and Rescue Service: +7-495-937-99-11
Moscow City Council +7-495-921-27-45
Phone and address directory of airlines, banks, and embassies 05-9
Services in Moscow +7-495-965-0009
Information about missing children +7-495-401-90-11, +7-495-401-99-82
Information about personal belongings lost on buses, trams, and trolleybuses +7-495-971-02-91, +7-495-631-02-91
Information about personal belongings lost in the metro +7-495-222-20-85
Information about lost documents +7-495-200-99-57
Accident registration bureau of the Moscow police +7-495-688-22-52, +7-495-684-00-25
Traffic Accident Service +7-495-208-82-24

Some useful phrases

Hello! (formal) / Здравствуйте [Zd`rastvuyte] (formal)
How are you? / Как дела? [Kak de`la]
I am fine. / У меня всё хорошо. [U me`nya vsyo hara`sho]
What is your name? / Как Вас зовут? [`Kak `Vas za`vut]
My name is Mary Brown. / Меня зовут Мэри Браун. [Me`nya za`vout Mary Brown]
Here is my card / Вот моя визитка. [Vot ma`ya vi`zitka]
I don?t speak Russian / Я не говорю по-русски. [Ya ne gava`ryu pa-`ruski]
Thank you very much for the information. / Большое спасибо за информацию. [Bal`shoe spa`siba za infar`matsiu]
I’m grateful for your help. / Я благодарен Вам за помощь. [Ya blaga`daren Vam za `pomashch]
Good-bye (formal) / До свидания [Da svi`daniya]
Bye (informal) / Пока [Pa`ka]
See you tomorrow. / До завтра. [Da `zavtra]