Car Hire Moscow Vnukavo Airport

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Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport, is situated less than 17 miles from the centre of Moscow, Russia and is one of three airports servicing the capital. Vnulova Airport is the oldest of the three and handles the least number of passengers, approximately 9.5 million passengers, although this is a much higher number of passengers than have used Vnukova in the recent past.

Your booking confirmation will give you details of when and where to collect your hire car. The airport arrivals area is a great place for car rental Moscow, the arrivals desks are easy to find and the pick up should be quick and effecient. Your Moscow car rental will often have a road map and list of tourist destinations to help you make the most of your rental car.

About Moscow Vnukavo Airport

The airport has recently been renovated and during 2003 and 2005, a number of projects were completed including a new Terminal B constructed to handle the international passengers until further notice. The period of expansion and improvements will last for some years and include improved passenger facilities, a lengthening of the runway as well as another terminal. The height of the airport makes it an ideal location to take flights from the other Moscow airports when too foggy to land elsewhere.

Tourist Info

Moscow, situated on the Moskva River,is the capital of Russia and the northernmost city on Earth and is the city with the greatest number of billionaires. Moscow is the site of the ancient fortress the Kremlin which is still the residence of the Russian President as well as being a World Heritage Site.

Moscow is famous for its architecture; not least its enormous number of Orthodox churches and its cathedrals including Saint Basil’s Cathedral and its immediately recognisable onion domes and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the Seven Sisters. Many old and religious buildings were destroyed during the Soviet period such as the Kazan Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour which were then rebuilt during 1990s. Modern Moscow has the skyscrapers known as the Seven Sister, seven towers which are visible from most high points in the city.

Tourists are still able to visit some beautiful locations that have remained untouched since before the 20th century including Old Arbat Street, which has most of its buildings intact. Just beyond Moscow’s city centre are the large estates of Ostankino Palace, Kuskovo which belonged to Tsarist nobles.

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