• How to get to Mineralnye Vody?

    Elena Melnichenko
    Elena Melnichenko
    January 12, 2015
    How to get to Mineralnye Vody?

    Mineralnye Vody is one of the oldest resorts in Russia. It is in this city that the majority of tourists come to a recovery or just to rest. If you want to join them too, you should figure out how to get to Mineralnye Vody.

    Travel to Mineralnye Vody

    There are several ways to get to Mineralnye Vody. We will consider each of them in detail.

    Railway (train)

    One of the main ways to transport passengers to Mineralnye Vody is by rail. Regular flights to Mineralnye Vody run from Moscow and St. Petersburg, sometimes there are flights that are sent to Kislovodsk, Pyatigorsk and even Yessentuki via Mineralnye Vody. From Moscow, trains depart from Kursk and Kazansky railway stations daily, and the duration of the journey is from 23 to 36 hours. From St. Petersburg trains depart from Moscow or Ladoga railway stations, being on the road for about 45 hours.

    Motor transport (bus, car)

    Slightly faster from Moscow you can get to Mineralnye Vody by bus. The bus runs between Moscow and Kislovodsk and passes the city Mineralnye Vody. Travel time is no more than one day. Buses depart from various Moscow metro stations, for example, from Mitino, Marina Roshcha, Krasnogvardeyskaya stations.

    On your own car from Moscow to Mineralnye Vody, you can take the M4 or E115 via Rostov-on-Don, driving on the M29 or E50. If you go from St. Petersburg, you must follow through Moscow, Voronezh and Rostov-on-Don. By car, of course, travel time is significantly reduced (in relation to buses or trains).

    Air transport (plane)

    Those travelers who value their time and comfort can use the airport. The city of Mineralnye Vody is the largest airport of international class, which receives flights from all over the country. For example, using regular flights of airlines such as Aeroflot and S7AIRLINES, you can fly in just a couple of hours (from Moscow’s Vnukovo and Domodedovo airports). The minimum cost of return tickets is 12,000 rubles.From the St. Petersburg Pulkovo Airport the plane reaches no more than three hours, the ticket costs about 10,000 rubles one way.


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