Berlin is awesome and cool with its hipster scene, amazing history, inspiring culture and beautiful art.
Trains are 380% more expensive in Berlin than in Moscow.
The average meal is 20% more expensive in Berlin than in Moscow.
Taxis are 100% more expensive in Berlin than in Moscow.
Coffee is 34% more expensive in Berlin than in Moscow.
Moscow is the capital of Russia, a huge metropolis that has more than 12 million inhabitants. There are three airports serving the city: Sheremetyevo International, Vnukovo International and Domodedovo International. Sheremetyevo was awarded best international airport in 2012-2013. It is the largest airport in Russia, handling around 35 million passengers a year. The airport is modern with comfortable facilities for passengers. For those travelling with children, there are special facilities for young passengers such as play, changing and parenting areas. Domodedovo also offers amenities and services to passengers including shops, restaurants and waiting areas. Vnukovo operates both domestic and international flights and offers business classes services and lounges.
To get to Domodedovo, you can take a taxicab from your hotel. Another way is to get on the Aeroexpress trains from Paveletsky Rail Terminal or use buses. By car, you can get on the A-105. Sheremetyevo is accessible by several methods with taxis being the most convenient of these. Aeroexpress trains leave for the airport from Belorussky Railway Station at regular intervals. There are also shuttle services offered at the airport if you are willing to share the ride with others. If driving your car, use M-11 and follow the signage to the airport. Vnukovo is accessible by Aeroexpress from Kievsky station, buses, minibuses and taxis.
Germany's capital, Berlin, is addicting. Once you set your gaze on its fascinating attractions, you'll want to go back for more. Explore its districts and marvel at their diversity. The city is also home to many interesting landmarks, such as the Berlin Fernsehturm with its own observation deck, Bundestag (German Parliament) and the Siegessaule (Victory Column). Art aficionados will love the multiplicity of collections at galleries and museums. When it comes to history, there is something in every corner to remind you of important events. For night owls, Berlin is one place that you would like to be, for there is an endless stream of activities from pubs and clubs to theaters and lounges.
Commuters on flights from Moscow to Berlin will disembark at one of two airports serving the city: Tegel and Schönefeld Airports. The former is the main airport handling both international and domestic flights. It is a hub for Air Berlin and Lufthansa. Schönefeld serves mostly budget airlines such as Ryanair and Germanwings. Tegel is served by buses, taxis and shuttles. If you have booked a rental car, the best route is to drive on Saatwinkler Damm or B2/B5. Schönefeld is well-connected to the S-Bahn and regional trains. Taxis and shuttle services are other ways to get to downtown Berlin. To drive from Schönefeld to Berlin city, take the A113 and follow the signage.