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Crocus Expo

Crocus Expo International Exhibition Centre opened in March 2004 as a state-of-the-art exhibition and conference venue. The complex consists of three main pavilions with an overall space of over 200,000 m2. There are 19 exhibition halls, 49 conference halls and VIP-class meeting rooms in the three pavilions. The facilities at Crocus Expo are first class and include banks, restaurants, cafes, and business centres. There is also a cozy 3* Aquarium Hotel with 225 rooms of different categories:

  • 102 standard rooms
  • 47 standard rooms with the Moskva river view
  • 64studios
  • 12 suits

Advanced air conditioning systems provide a comfortable working climate for exhibitors and visitors during the show and also during build up and breakdown. Guarding is provided during all exhibitions.

Transport: Crocus Expo can be easily reached from the city centre either by the newly opened highway or by metro Myakinino station.

How to get to the exhibition

How to get to the exhibition

By metro

metro iconM. Myakinino metro station, last carriage from the center

By car:

Moscow Ring Road (outer side 66th km) and Volokolamskoe highway

Crocus expo

By public transport:

Buses № 631, 640, rout taxi № 450, 631 till Isakovskiy Street bus stop from Tushinskaya metro station

How to get to the Exhibition from Moscow Airports

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From Domodedovo airport

Common information

Domodedovo Airport is situated just 22 km South of Moscow city and is well served by train (Aeroexpress train from Paveletskiy railway station), bus and shuttle bus services and has good road links to taxi and private vehicle access.

By Rail

40 minutes to/from the centre of Moscow from/to Domodedovo International Airport

Travel time: 40-50 minutes Ticket cost: 200 rubles

Tickets are sold at ticket desks at the passenger terminal of Paveletskiy station. Ticket desks in Domodedovo International Airport are located in the right wing of the terminal.


AEROEXPRESS SCHEDULE **
DOMODEDOVO AIRPORT – MOSCOW-PAVELETSKAYA
DepartureArrival
7:007:40
8:008:40
8:309:15
9:009:40
9:3010:15
10:0010:45
10:3011:15
11:0011:45
12:0212:45
12:5513:35
13:3014:15
14:0014:40
15:0015:40
15:3016:15
16:0016:40
17:0017:45
18:0018:40
18:3019:15
19:0019:45
19:3020:15
20:0020:45
20:3021:15
21:0021:45
22:0022:40
23:0023:40
24:0000:40
Find out the schedule by phone at:
Domodedovo International Airport: +7(495) 933-6666.
Administrator at Paveletskiy railway station: +7(495) 363-3064

Metro

46 min., 1 transfer: from Paveletskaya to the Theatralnaya, the transition to Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line to Myakinino.

From Sheremetyevo airport

By rail

You can take Aeroexpress to Beloruskaya train station.

AEROEXPRESS SCHEDULE
from Sheremetyevo airport — Beloruskaya train station
Departure, Terminal F
05:0015:30
06:3016:00
07:0016:30
08:00 17:00
08:3018:00
09:3018:30
10:0019:00
10:3020:00
12:3021:00
13:0022:00
13:3022:30
14:0023:30
14:30 
15:00 

Metro

From Beloruskaya metro station to Myakinino metro station

42 min., 1 transfer: from Belaruskaya to Kievskaya, the transition to Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line to Myakinino metro station.

From Vnukovo airport

By Rail

From here you can catch one of the high-speed trains that travel from airport to Moscow:

AEROEXPRESS SCHEDULE
From Vnukovo Intl. to Kievsky Station (Moscow)
Departure from the AirportArrival in Moscow
7:55 8:33
8:55 9:31
9:55 10:30
10:55 11:30
11:55 12:30
13:31 14:08
14:53 15:33
16:53 17:32
17:55 18:30
18:55 19:32
19:55 20:30
20:55 21:30
22:12 22:47
0:01 0:37

Metro

32 min. Without transiction: from Kiev metro station to Myakinino metro station.

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Business destination – Moscow

Moscow

Moscow is the capital of Russia and the home to over 10 million residents, and countless non-residents. It is the country’s largest city, its major political, industrial and cultural center. Today Moscow is one of the world biggest megapolis and the biggest city in Europe. This magnificent city, rich in history, traditions and culture, is a good place to visit at any time.Moscow today has a traditional for every megapolis infrastructure with first-rate hotels, restaurants, theatres, exhibition halls, shops and gigantic transport arteries. But in spirit Moscow remains its old self, open, hospitable and festive, and, consequently, has the right, as ever, to be called the heart of Russia.According to assessments by the World Tourism Organization, Russia is rated 15th in the world in terms of the number of foreign visitors. Every year, it greets about 17.5 million guests and Moscow is one of the most popular Russian cities to visit. Moscow is a Russian Mecca for business. It is the best place to hold international exhibitions, conferences, congresses and seminars.

ORIENTATION

Moscow

The main historical core of Moscow is Kremlin (a fortress - on photo), which is located in the core of the city. Moscow has a radial structure, and the Garden Ring road defines the center of the city. A smaller Boulevard Ring defines the city's downtown. The territory within Garden Ring Road retains its significance as a historical, cultural, educational and administrative public centre, the seat of the Government and the Parliament. Most of the valuable architectural monuments as well as squares and old streets with their unique buildings can be observed there.

GETTING AROUND

The city is served by an extensive transit network, which includes three international airports, nine railroad terminals, and one of the deepest underground tubes in the world, the Moscow Metro, recognized as one of the city's landmarks due to the rich and varied architecture of its 185 stations.Moscow's metro system is fast and efficient. It's possible to travel all over the city inexpensively and easily using the metro.

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