How to get to Kolomna

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Kolomna is a beautiful and cozy city located in the southeast of the Moscow region, 100 kilometers from the capital.

You can reach it in various ways: by train, by bus or by car.



Go to Kolomna by train. To do this, you need to get to the metro station "Komsomolskaya" along the Koltsevaya or Sokolnicheskaya line and get off the subway to the Kazan railway station. Then get on the train that goes on the route Moscow - Golutvin station. The journey takes about 2 hours - 2 hours 30 minutes. The length of the trip depends on the stops that the train commits on its way. "Golutvin" is the main station of the city of Kolomna.

You can also use the railwayExpress, which runs between Moscow and Ryazan. He will take you to Kolomna in an hour and a half. The city center can be reached from the station by tram, bus or minibus that depart from the stops not far from the station.


Take advantage of ground transportation. From Moscow to Kolomna can be reached by bus. To do this, you need to get on the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya metro line to the station "Vykhino" and get off at the bus station. Then take the bus number 460 and get to the stop "Golutvin". The journey takes about 2 hours. The bus schedule can be viewed at the bus station or on the Internet and plan your route.


If you want to get to Kolomna onCar, then you need to get out of Volgograd Prospect on the M5 and go, following the signs for the city of Chelyabinsk. It is necessary to move all the way straight to the T-junction, where it will be necessary to turn left and again go straight to the next intersection with a signpost to the city of Ryazan. Then you need to turn on the pointer to Ryazan and continue to the village of Stepanshchino, after which you will see a bridge that needs to pass and move straight to the city of Kolomna. Travel time without traffic jams takes about two hours.

How to get to Kolomna Was last modified: June 21st, 2017 By Leicyysn
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