Sergiev Posad is the largest center of Russian Orthodoxy in the European part of Russia.
Every year the city is visited by thousands of tourists and pilgrims, fortunately, is easy to reach from Moscow to public transport.
Daily from Yaroslavsky railway platformsside Sergiyev Posad sent more than 50 trains, including those that go to Alexander and Balakirev. The first departs at 5 am, and the last is almost midnight. Travel time is approximately half an hour. This method to get to Sergiev Posad has two advantages. Firstly, the journey begins from the center of Moscow, and, secondly, delays in unlikely ways, trains run on schedule. Specify the time of the departure of trains on the official website of Russian Railways.
This kind of public transport isa fast-track train. Sergiyev Posad express makes only one stopover in Pushkino and is one hour. Also, twice a day, are high-speed trains with five intermediate stops, but the journey will take them for a few minutes more. The fare is about one and a half times higher in comparison with a conventional train.
You can go from the metro VDNH. In the alley leading to the exhibition center, it is necessary to find the bus stop number 338 to Sergiev Posad. Departures every 10 minutes. Travel time will be half an hour at peak times there may be delays due to traffic jams on the road from Moscow to Mytischi and Pushkino district. In the city bus makes a stop at the Preset, Vorobiev and Co-operative streets.
From Schelkovskogo bus station for buses to Kostroma, Uglich and Rybinsk. They make a stopover in Sergiev Posad at the bus station.
To get to Sergiev Posad in the car,you need to go from Moscow to Yaroslavl Highway and drive about 40 km after the intersection of the Moscow Ring Road, anywhere without displacing. After turning on the Radonezh and Vozdvizhenskoe, you must be careful, though, Yaroslavl highway interchange with a branch to Sergiev Posad not fail to notice. After it is necessary to go about 15 km near the city of Moscow the road becomes Highway and Avenue enters the Red Army.