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Why Fly to Moscow?
Architecture that is as monumentally impressive as it is iconic is a reminder of the city's pivotal role in Russia's history, but Moscow is a city that hasn't stood still. Its history is documented in fascinating museums and there are a huge number of cultural attractions, but a significant portion of the city's appeal lies in its youthful energy.
Moscow has incredible nightlife, a thriving café and bar scene, not to mention wonderful venues for performance arts such as ballet and opera. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Moscow.
Flying to Moscow from the UK
It is possible to fly to Moscow from a number of UK airports, with direct flights departing from London Heathrow. These direct flights take approximately four hours and are often the cheapest deals. From most other airports it is possible to get flights to Moscow with one or more stops. Manchester, Edinburgh, Bristol, Belfast and Glasgow are among UK airports offering one-stop flights to Moscow. They go via a number of destinations depending on the carrier, but common stops include London Heathrow, Amsterdam and Paris.
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Which Airlines Fly to Moscow?
From London Heathrow, several airlines fly non-stop to Moscow in around four hours. These include Aeroflot who fly to Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport and British Airways, Bmi and Transaero, all of which fly to Moscow Domodedovo Airport. KLM offer indirect flights to Moscow from a number of UK airports which stop in Amsterdam, while Swiss go via Zurich, SAS stop in Copenhagen and Lufthansa go via Zurich or Frankfurt.
Mini Travel Guide to Moscow
Many of Moscow's key tourist attractions and places of interest are located in the central district and historical heart of the city. The Moscow Kremlin and Red Square are perhaps the most famous of these.
Highlights of a visit to the fortified Kremlin buildings which are comprised of towers, palaces and cathedrals include Assumption Cathedral, Archangel Cathedral and the Armoury. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, a poignant war memorial can be seen in the Alexandrovsky Garden.
Red Square is another unmissable stop on any Moscow tour. It is particularly impressive after sundown when St Basil's Cathedral is illuminated. It is also the site of Lenin's Tomb, where visitors can queue to see Lenin's embalmed body. GUM, a historic department store is located on the eastern side of the square.
Kitay-Gorod, an area next to Red Square has some interesting buildings, good shops and cafes. To the northwest is the Tverskoy District which is considered a cultural hub due to the large number of theatres it contains. It's a lively area full of restaurants and bars.