Few people know, but the city of Orenburg managed to lay only from the third time, and initially it was supposed to serve as a fortress for the head of Kazakh foremen Abulkhair Khan.
As a result, by 1770 the city became the center of economic and economic interaction with the eastern states.
Today you can easily get toOrenburg by train. Through the local railway station, mainly international long-distance trains go to Bishkek, Tashkent, Kiev and Astana. However, the city has direct rail service and with Russian cities (Ufa, Ekaterinburg, Kislovodsk, Samara, Orsk, Adler, Chelyabinsk). If you are going to Orenburg from Moscow, you can take advantage of the company train №№031 / 032 "Orenburzhye", while on the road you will take about 25-26 hours.
Also to Orenburg you can get byFlights. Central Airport. Yu.A. Gagarin is the seat of the airline "Orenburg Airlines", so most of the flights departing from this village belong to it. Orenburg has direct flights to St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Perm, Orsk and a number of other Russian cities. If you decide to fly to Orenburg from Moscow, it should be borne in mind that flights to this locality are carried out from the airports of Domodedovo and Sheremetyevo of the capital, the flight time will be approximately 2 hours.
In Orenburg, there is a bus station, servicesWhich you can use if you want. You can get from Moscow to Orenburg by bus only with a transfer in Kazan, while the journey takes about 30-32 hours without taking into account the time spent on transplantation and possible stops on the roads.
To get to Orenburg, if desired, it is possible toPersonal car. When departing from Moscow, you need to move along the M7 Volga route through Vladimir and Nizhny Novgorod to Kazan. In the capital of Tatarstan it will be necessary to turn to the P239 route, following which you will get to Orenburg.