Cheap flights to Moscow Russian Federation

Land of billionaires, borsch and bathhouses
Flights to Moscow from
  • 360 USD per person
  • Flights from New York starting at 420 USD
  • Flights from Boston starting at 580 USD

About Moscow


Land of billionaires, borsch and bathhouses, Moscow is a constant over-the-top performance of classic heritage meets trendy kitsch. This city is as crass as it is elegant, at once unapologetically flashy and yet bursting at the seams with underground culture. You can count the gilded domes of the stunning Muscovite cathedrals or head to the former meatpacking district for old warehouses turned hip art galleries.

Moscow's strikingly ornate underground was the world’s second most heavily used in 2012 - after the subway in Seoul.

Enjoy a stroll through Gorky Park or find the highest skyscraper for a panoramic view of the Kremlin. If you’re looking for the perfect souvenir, head towards the Ismaylovo flea market, a treasure trove of trinkets from Romanov samovars to Soviet medals. After a sophisticated evening at the Bolshoi or a bohemian evening at the Circus, leggy models and signature vodka await in Moscow's infamously exclusive night clubs.

Legend has it the Tsar had the architect of St. Basil’s Cathedral blinded so he couldn’t reproduce the masterpiece.

How’s the weather in Moscow in November?

  • Temperature 25-34 °F
  • Dry days 12-
  • Average rainfall 58 mm
  • Snow days 14


  • Population 11.5M
  • Local time :
  • Currency Russian Ruble

What does Moscow cost?

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  • Meal
    Restaurant meals in Moscow cost 46% less than in New York
  • Train
    A typical train ticket is 0.87 USD


  • Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant: 10.5 USD


  • Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle): 1.11 USD


  • One-way Ticket (Local Transport): .87 USD
  • Taxi Start (Normal Tariff): 2.63 USD

Sports And Leisure

  • Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult: 50.05 USD
  • Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend): 27.09 USD
  • Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat: 7 USD

Clothing And Shoes

  • 1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar): 97.04 USD
  • 1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...): 52.2 USD
  • 1 Pair of Nike Running Shoes: 99.32 USD
  • 1 Pair of Men's Leather Business Shoes: 131.63 USD

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About Moscow

It has long been a playground for the super-rich. But now, the rest of us are joining the party and booking flights to Moscow.

With its towering skyscrapers and gridlocked traffic, visitors’ first impressions of Moscow can be overwhelming. Then there is the extreme weather – the biting cold of winter and the searing heat of summer. In years gone by, it could seem like all the fun was going on behind velvet ropes, in super-clubs where oligarchs danced with beautiful girls, and the bill for a round of cocktails was likely to start your hangover early.

These days, Moscow’s cultural scene is one of the most exciting in the world. At the centre of the buzz is the ARTPLAY design complex – a massive, brightly painted former factory right in the heart of Moscow. Here spoken word poetry, controversial art shows and hedonistic clubs all spark off each other, and the crowd is a mix of locals, foreigners, hipsters and suits. Equally diverse is Krasny Oktyabr - Red October, a former chocolate factory on the banks of the Moscow River where artists and media types live, work and dance on the rooftop to live jazz.

But Moscow’s playful spirit isn’t just confined to swanky developments. Year round, Gorky Park serves as the city’s playground. With a petanque club, outdoor cinema and skate-bowl, it’s THE place to hang out in summer. Come winter, half the park turns into a skating rink, with a wooden bridge over the top for those who want to check out the scene without risking their ankles.

Whatever the season, the best Muscovite parties are the ones you stumble on by accident: the tiny den below Oldisch vintage shop; the unmarked bars off Kuznetsky Bridge. Café culture has also hit the city hard, with the area around Patriarch Pond’s colonised by sunshine and caffeine addicts. These days locals skip the savoury and go straight for the sugar rush at the aptly named ‘I Love Cake’ or else head to Café Schastye for their renowned cheesecake. The café’s name means ‘Happiness'. In a city so dedicated to pleasure, this doesn’t feel like an overstatement.