Business Class Flights to Moscow
Moscow, the capital city of Russia is home to many of its important economic, financial, cultural and educational centres. It is one of the world,s busiest cities, understandably a perfect place for business travel.
When flying Business Class From The UK to Moscow
Moscow is home to many airports, the most popular for business class flights being Sheremetyevo International Airport. However, Domodedovo International Airport is the largest airport for the amount of passengers that pass through it each year.
Transport for Business Class Travellers in the Moscow
Taxis are the easiest way of travelling around the city of Moscow when on business class travel. However, despite the ease and convenience of this method of transport they are very over priced and often the price needs to be negotiated before setting off on a journey. Citizen cabs are an alternative to these taxis, however they run the risk of not always being legitimate and should be avoided if travelling solo, and women should avoid them completely.
A car can be hired, but because of the complexity and amount of traffic often found in the city of Moscow it can be unnerving to even the most experienced of drivers. Unless you are extremely confident in driving this option should be avoided.
Despite this, the metro and the train services offered in Moscow are just as easily accessible and convenient. The trains and metro go from around the city centre to all over Russia and are fast and reliable, they perfect for getting around on business travel to conferences and meetings.
Things to know about Moscow for Business Class Travellers
The centre of Moscow has many of the beautiful five star hotels, very near to Moscow’s Red Square. The majority are also situated very conveniently near metro and train stations making them very easy to get to and from.
Moscow has a rather extraordinary dining experience with most of the restaurants open for 24 hours a day. Sadovoye is a perfect place to eat for business travellers, as the place is where all the business men and women go on their lunch breaks there is a now a special set ‘business lunch’ available from many of the restaurants in this area. The Red Square offers the evening dining experiences with many different varieties of cuisine found here. The Red Square is also where the best clubs, bars and lounges are situated meaning staying in the Red Square will cover all bases whilst on business trips.
The currency used in Russia is the Ruble. ATMs are the best way of withdrawing cash in Moscow, the rates that come with the exchange booths often come with heavy commission rates.
To maintain your safety it is best to stick to the city centre of Moscow, the outskirts of Moscow have some of the higher crime rates and are best to avoid especially after dark.