One of the most beautiful cities in the world, there’s more to Moscow – Russia’s capital city – than the Kremlin and vodka!
The most highly populated inland city in Europe, Moscow has a long and rich history of imperialism, oozing opulence through every pore thanks to the abundance of cathedrals, fortresses and palaces in the city. From the intimidating Red Square where the country’s military used to parade to the culturally-rich Bolshoi with ballet and opera galore to the beautiful Saint Basil’s Cathedral, many of Moscow’s attractions are recognized the world over.
Perhaps that explains why this city is such a popular tourist destination! Flying to and from this city with a Moscow private jet charter is a convenient, luxurious way to travel; here’s a list of the popular airports and the city’s must-see cultural attractions!
Private Jet Charters To/From Moscow
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Airports to Fly Privately to and from Moscow
If you’re taking a private jet charter to Moscow (or from it), here are the most popular airports you’ll land in or take off from:
- Moscow Vnukovo Airport (VKO, UUWW): The most popular airport for private jets thanks to 2 long runways that can handle a range of aircraft, this airport is 17 miles southwest of the city center.
- Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO, UUEE): 18 miles northwest of the city center, this large international airport features 2 runways and is among Moscow’s busiest airports, home to the national carrier—Aeroflot.
- Moscow Domodedovo Airport (DME, UUDD): The first Russian airport to operate with 2 parallel runways, this large international airport can handle jets of all sizes and is located 26 miles southeast of the city center.
Top Cultural Attractions in Moscow
Taking a private jet charter Moscow will give you the chance to see some of the city’s most beautiful sights, such as:
- The Kremlin
- The Bolshoi Theater
- GUM or the Main Universal Store
- Lenin’s Mausoleum
- Red Square
- Museum of Cosmonautics
- St. Basil’s Cathedral
- Moscow State Integrated Museum-Reserve
- Tretyakov Gallery
- Arbat Street
- Gorky Park