The sixth-largest city in the world, Moscow, is home to the largest community of billionaires in the world and is also a leading cultural, scientific and economic center in Russia. From a vibrant nightlife to historic buildings, the city offers much to see and do. Planning a trip from Los Angeles to Moscow is simple with Orbitz.com.
Located approximately 16 miles from downtown in southwestern Los Angeles, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is the primary airport serving the Greater Los Angeles area. Several major airlines provide service to Russia from the airport, with Aeroflot offering nonstop flights to Moscow. Public buses, taxis and private vehicles are the most convenient ways to get to the airport. The city's public bus authority maintains the Metro Green Line Aviation Station near LAX, and a shuttle will take you to your terminal free of charge. Ten taxicab companies are authorized to provide service to and from the airport, including Independent Taxi and Yellow Cab. Eight parking lots, located in the Central Terminal Area (CTS), provide approximately 8,000 spaces for long- or short-term parking. An economy lot (Lot C) has more than 7,300 available spaces. LA/Ontario International, Bob Hope, Long Beach and John Wayne airports also serve the region.
Located in central Russia, Moscow lies on the banks of the Moskva River. Steeped in history and culture, the city exudes an air of mystery, and art and literature are extremely important. Three airports serve Moscow: Sheremetyevo International, Vnukovo International and Domodedovo International. Sheremetyevo, a hub for Aeroflot, is located 18 miles northwest of the city's center. Domodedovo lies 26 miles southeast of the center of Moscow, and Vnukovo is situated 17 miles southwest of the center. Summers in the region are warm and humid, while winters are long and cold. During summer, the temperature generally remains close to 73 degrees Fahrenheit, although it occasionally reaches the upper 80s. The coldest period is December through February, with average highs in the mid-20s and lows near 14 degrees. Most rainfall occurs during the summer. Snow generally begins to fall in late November; however, it usually melts by mid-March. You should visit Moscow in early spring and early fall to enjoy the lovely flowering trees and the colorful leaves in the city's many parks. Take a walk through the city's streets to see Moscow's well-known architecture, including the Kremlin and Saint Basil's Cathedral, as well as other historic sites, such as Red Square. Experience Moscow's artistic heritage at one of the city's many theaters and museums, including the Bolshoi Theatre and the State Historical Museum of Russia.
Visiting Moscow gives you the opportunity to observe a vibrant city that is growing with the emergence of a market economy. When you decide to travel from Los Angeles to Moscow, use Orbitz.com to help you find great deals on airfare and tickets to area attractions.
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