Moscow has three main international airports: Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, and Vnukovo. These airports are connected with the Moscow underground public transport ("metro") by Aeroexpress trains. We strongly recommend to reach the metro using the Aeroexpress connections to avoid possible delays caused by traffic jams.
Aeroexpress. Connections from Moscow airports to the metro. Buy the ticket online: Aeroexpress. The tickets are also sold in ticket offices at the airports.
Moscow Metro map
Airport Domodedovo: Aeroexpress train connects this airport with the metro station "Paveletskaya" (it may be also called as "Paveletsky Rail Terminal"). Time table for the trains: Aeroexpress.
Airport Sheremetyevo: Aeroexpress train connects this airport with the metro station "Belorusskaya" (it may be also called as "Belorussky Rail Terminal"). Time table for the trains: Aeroexpress.
Airport Vnukovo: Aeroexpress train connects this airport with the metro station "Kievskaya" (it may be also called as "Kievsky Rail Terminal"). Time table for the trains Aeroexpress.
Hotels. To get to Korston hotel (next to the venue), we would suggest you to take the aeroexpress from airport, then take the circle line of metro (Koltsevaya) to the station "Oktyabr'skaya", exit from underground to the city, and subsequently take #T4, #M1, or #M4 trolleybus to a stop called "Dvorets Truda Profsoyuzov". Please followthis link for President hotel map. The addresses of the hotels can be found at the Accommodation page.
Taxi. There is a taxi service in each of the airports, but this option may be expensive.
If you care about the cost, please order taxi via Uber, Gett or Yandex-taxi. The price of transportation from an airport to a hotel should fall within the range of 800-2000 RUB, with the exact value depending on the distance and car type. Be aware that taxi has some limited amount of charge-free waiting time, and some additional cost may be charged in case of your flight delay.
If you would like to get any assistance with the taxi from the Organizing Commiteee, please e-mail us (see Contacts).
Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry (ZIOC), established by the Academy of Sciences of USSR on February 23, 1934, is located in Moscow not far from the downtown, on a broad and famous avenue called Leninsky Prospect, in the vicinity of a number of other prominent institutes of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Several routes of public transport and the metro station "Leninskiy Prospekt" are found quite close to Zelinsky Institute.
Registration for Conference and all of its sessions will take place at Zelinsky Institute.
Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
Russian Academy of Sciences
Leninsky Prospekt 47