Private Jet Charter
With not one, but four airports to land your private charter flight, flying to Moscow is a great choice. Each is a short car ride into the city, with Zhukovsky airport the main international hub.
Home to more than 12 million people, this iconic capital city stands on the Moskva River with an often turbulent history that spans more than 800 years.
It is also one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the world, and for good reason. It’s quite simply stunning. With architecture including the Kremlin and Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the city is also one of the greenest in the world surrounded by beautiful countryside and home to beautiful parks and grounds.
And Moscow is a year-round destination. Visit in the summer and you’ll be treated to balmy temperatures reaching a respectable 25°C. Winter is when Moscow looks truly magnificent, though the plummeting temperatures are not for the faint-hearted.
When it comes to accommodation and luxury hotels in particular, there’s no question that Moscow has some of the best in Europe. A mix of traditional Russian hospitality and some of the most respected hotel names will give you ample choice over where you spend your break.
With names like the Hilton, Kempinsky, Ritz-Carlton you know you’re in safe hands and most include a luxury on-site spa to ease tired muscles after a day spent shopping or sightseeing.
Traditional Russian fare has, perhaps, suffered from a poor reputation but in today’s cosmopolitan Moscow, finding great food is not a hardship. Book Buono at the Radisson Royal for compelling views across the city and an Italian-inspired menu that indulges the region’s love of white truffles.
For a more traditional dinner, make sure to book Café Pushkin well in advance. Fabulous service and an impressive vodka selection make it a much sought-after venue. And the attention to detail with the seasonal menu guarantees a memorable night of eating and drinking.
In between the great bars and restaurants, there is still plenty to see and do. Private tours will take you around Red Square and the Kremlin, or Lenin’s mausoleum where the embalmed body of the revolutionary still lies.
You’ll find luxury stores inside the GUM department store, or for a more cultured evening why not take in a performance at the Bolshoi Theatre.
Getting around the city is easy. Private hire cars can be booked ahead of your trip and there is a busy, functioning Metro system.
Visiting Moscow is a feast for the senses. With exceptional hospitality, a modern outlook, and thriving tourism industry this is a city where time flies.
Moscow Domodedovo Mikhail Lomonosov Airport
AddressMoscow Oblast, Russia
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