Moscow is the magnificent capital of Russia and the most populated European city.
Every year, Moscow receives hundreds of thousands of tourists from all over the world.
BCS-bus coach hire company provides transportation for groups in Moscow.
If you are planning a sightseeing or event in Moscow,
choose a decent transport suitable for your trip and your number of passengers.
We recommend using Bus hire in Moscow if you are planning a small city tour.
We have chosen for you modern comfortable buses with professional drivers.
Minibus rental is a great choice for traveling 1 - 12 people.
Modern comfortable minibuses are also a great choice for airport transfers.
If you are planning a long journey around Moscow or outside of it, use the bus coach charter.
On the routes we have professional drivers who speak English.
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The first settlements on the territory of Moscow appeared in the Neolithic era, approximately 8 thousand years BC.
Already at the end of the 1st millennium AD in the area of modern Moscow Slavs settled.
Archaeological excavations in the Kremlin area indicate that in the 11th century there was already the first city. For the first time Moscow was mentioned in the annals in 1147.
During the Mongol-Tatar invasion of Russia in 1237-1238, Moscow was plundered and burned. Later it was completely restored. In the 15th century, industry, crafts, architecture, and borders expanded. In the 16-18 century, unrest, fires and revolts fell again on Moscow.
In 1812, Moscow was captured by Napoleon and burned. In 1905, revolutionary unrest took place in Moscow. After the Bolshevik victory in 1920, the Soviet era of Moscow began. Industrialization grew rapidly, educational institutions were being built, television broadcasting appeared. New buildings were under construction. The infrastructure was developing.
Modern Moscow has undergone major changes; territories are being heavily built up to the detriment of the historical appearance and also without taking into account the development of road infrastructure, which has led to serious traffic congestion.
But in spite of all this, Moscow remains one of the most popular tourist routes for millions of travelers from all over the world.
What to see:
- The Moscow Kremlin is a symbol of Russia.
- Poklonnaya Mountain is one of the favorite walking areas and a huge memorial complex. It was here that in 1812 Napoleon unsuccessfully expected that the keys to the capital city would be brought to him.
- The Cathedral of Christ the Savior is the majestic Cathedral in the very center of Moscow.
- The Ostankino TV Tower is the eighth tallest building in the world and the tallest in Europe.
- The Moscow Metro is not just the most extensive, fast and convenient transportation system of the city, but it also has many truly luxurious underground halls, which were created by the best artists and sculptors of the 20th century.
- The Exhibition of Economic Achievements is a large-scale monument of the Soviet utopia, how it was once created, and also it is an embodied dream city, powerful and majestic.
- Manor Kuskovo of XVIII century, is what experts call it the "Russian Versailles".
- The Tretyakov Gallery is an art gallery that is worth a visit of every guest of the capital. This is a collection of true masterpieces recognized throughout the world.
- Gorky Park has many sports areas, food courts, lawns with sun loungers, hammocks and puffs, bike paths, bicycle rentals, scooters and rollers, as well as various other sports equipment.
Moscow also has many restaurants, bars and modern nightclubs.
Vnukovo international Airport (VKO) is located within the same district of Moscow, 10 km south-west of Moscow Ring Road.
Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO) located 26 km from the city center. 5 terminals are open at Sheremetyevo Airport.
Moscow Domodedovo International Airport (DME) 45 kilometers southeast of the center of Moscow.
Recommended transport to get from / to airport transfer.
BCS-bus coach hire company provides airport transfers in Moscow.