All flights from North America to Moscow/Domodedovo
Welcome to Russia
A city of superlatives Moscow is home to the most billionaires, with a cosmopolitan flavor. You will find all from history to artistry to recreation and excitement. Taste the most expensive cup of coffee and revel at the most colossal buildings! The Kremlin's redbrick towers are the renaissance site with churches and monuments of heroes and battles, revel at the attractions dotted around the metropolis. We at Condor book cheap flights to Moscow!
The capital exudes prosperity and dynamism. You will enjoy discovering with regular flights to Moscow. From marble carved metro stations to the sprawling contemporary business complexes, the city flaunts itself. Sway with the charm of the all-night-party destination that offers endless entertainment as well as opportunities. History buffs will enjoy a trip to the ancient city. Get cheap flights to Moscow when you book with Condor!
Moscow has a number of airports, and typically flights US airpots such as Denver and Washington arrive at Sheremetyevo. If you are flying from Berlin, your flight to Moscow will probably land in Domodedovo, among the biggest airports in the world. Your flying time will be about 2 and half hours from Berlin and more from Frankfurt. It is easy to take one of the many taxis from the airport. With Condor you can relax on your flight to Moscow!
Moscow is a bustling and fast-paced city with a very efficient subway system. There are numerous flights to Moscow and on arrival you can opt for pre booked pick up. Domodedovo airport is about 30 miles from the city centre and can take more than an hour to reach the city. With its mega size Moscow can feel tantalizingly overpowering. Trust Condor to book cheap flights to Moscow now!
Top sights in Russia
The domain of bureaucracy, it offers an ambiance of the image of Russia. Commanding Kremlin walls, proliferation of police and the stately structures say a lot about the regime. With its historical connotation and architectural splendor it is among the first places visitors explore.
The pulsating heart of Moscow, Red Square and its grand buildings bring back eventful history of this city. The square has been renovated with a pre-Soviet look and offers an amazing experience.
Assumption Cathedral with its imposing gold helmet domes and semicircular gables towards the square was the main church during prerevolutionary Russia. Many heads of the Russian Orthodox Church have been buried here. Don’t miss the fresco of the Virgin Mary.
Theatre Square is home to ul Petrovka and its three impressive theatres around the extensive plaza with flowing fountains. The showpiece is of course the world famous Bolshoi Theatre. A stunning pink-and-white 19th C structure it saw the premier of Swan Lake and The Nutcracker!
Ice Sculpture Gallery
It comes with a long history and now you can see the first-ever all through the year Ice Sculpture Gallery. It is designed in the Krasnaya Presnya Park within a chilled winter-wonderland tent. Exhibits keep changing and are spectacular frozen masterpieces with vibrant lights and wistful music.