Moscow, Moscow-Domodedovo (DME), Russian Federation

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Facilities & infrastructure


There are several operating cash desks, currency exchange offices and ATMs, scattered around the passenger terminal of Domodedovo International Airport. Bank services are provided around the clock.


A post office is situated in the shopping centre on the second floor. Free internet kiosks are located in the departure area for international flights and there is an internet centre located in the shopping centre. Paid-for Wi-Fi internet access is also available. There are more than 40 phones located throughout the terminals and mobile phone charging is also available.


There are several restaurants, bars and coffee shops at Moscow Domodedovo International Airport. Among these is an Uzbek eatery, an Italian café and an Irish bar.


The main shopping area is situated on the second floor of the terminal complex. Shops selling perfumes, souvenirs, toys and many other items are available. Duty-free shopping is an option for international passengers.


Trolleys are available free of charge throughout the airport terminal and at the train station. There is a left-luggage facility in the luggage office at the underground level of the terminal. For lost property call (495) 504 0258 (International flights) and (495) 504 0285 (Domestic flights).


There are special facilities for mothers and children and there is a children’s centre where kids can be entertained under the watch of qualified carers. The 24-hour central medical assistance station (tel: (095) 504 0248 or 504 0249) is located on the first level in the right wing of the passenger terminal complex. There is also an on-site chapel and a mosque.

Conference & Business

Meeting rooms equipped with TVs and video tape recorders are available for hire in the VIP lounge (tel: (495) 967 8462 or 797 4797). These rooms can accommodate 10 to 20 people. More extensive meeting facilities are available at the nearby Domodedovo Airhotel (tel: (495) 795 3868;

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    Facilities for disabled passengers at Moscow Domodedovo International Airport include lifts and adapted toilets. Specialist staff are on hand to help with specific needs (tel: (495) 797 4653). A new fleet of accessible minibuses helps to transport passengers around the airport.

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    General information

    Airport code: DME

    Number of Terminals: 2


    Airport information kiosks are located throughout the terminals. A flight information desk (tel: (495) 933 6666) is located in the centre of the passenger terminal; passengers can also seek more information about airport services by calling the automated telephone inquiry system (tel: (495) 720 6666). The service is provides information in English and Russian.

    Transfer between Terminals

    The two current terminals (International Terminal and Domestic Terminal) are joined together in the form of one building, and are within easy walking distance of each other.

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    Visa & Immigration

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    Getting around

    Public Transport

    The most atmospheric way to explore the Russian capital is on the Moscow Metro (tel: (495) 688 0293;; fares are cheap, trains run to every corner of the city and the marble and chandelier-filled stations are works of art in themselves. Tickets are sold in stations; buy a multi-ride smart card to avoid the queues. Above ground, buses, trams and marshrutka (shared minibuses) zip between the suburbs and the centre, but routes can be confusing; buy tickets from the driver, from metro stations, or from ticket booths at bus stops.


    Taking a taxi in Moscow can be an expensive business, and that’s before you consider Moscow’s notorious traffic jams. It’s best to phone ahead for an official taxi, rather than taking your chances in Moscow’s vast fleet of unofficial taxis; reputable companies include Welcome Taxi (tel: (499) 553 0158) and New Yellow Taxi (tel: (495) 940 8888). Locals generally do not tip.


    Hotels in Moscow


    Bargains are sparse in über-expensive Moscow, but grand hotels are in steady supply. The most prestigious addresses are close to Red Square and the Kremlin, where caviar and champagne breakfasts are de rigueur.

    For cheaper accommodation, head to the suburbs and commute to the centre on the Moscow Metro.

    Ritz Carlton

    Tverskaya ulitsa 3
    125009 Moscow
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    Category: Expensive

    Every imaginable luxury is on offer at this grand hotel, with lavish designer interiors and views across to the Kremlin from the rooftop terrace.

    Swissotel Krasnye Holmy

    Kosmodamianskaya naberezhnaya 52, Building 6
    115054 Moscow
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    Category: Expensive

    Rooms are sumptuous and views are to die for at this gleaming Moscow tower, looming above the Moskva River.

    Metropol Moscow Historical Hotel

    Teatralny proezd 2
    109012 Moscow
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    Category: Expensive

    An art nouveau beauty on glamorous Teatralny Proezd, overflowing with old-world charm and period details.

    Kitay Gorod Hotel

    Lubyanskiy proezd 25
    101000 Moscow
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    Category: Moderate

    A rare inexpensive find in the centre, offering small but comfortable rooms within walking distance of the Kremlin.

    Izmailovo Beta

    Izmailovskoe Shosse 2B- 71 Block
    105187 Moscow
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    Category: Cheap

    Simple, no-frills rooms and bargain prices are the main attraction at this tower hotel near the Ismailovo Market.