«Expocentre Fairgrounds» Pav.#7
- December 3–5, 2018: 10.00–18.00
- December 6, 2018: 10.00–16.00
How to get
The undeniable advantage is the venue’s immediate proximity to the Vystavochnaya and Delovoy Tsentr metro stations, the Delovoy Tsentr MCC station, as well as Moscow’s major roads such as New Arbat street, Kutuzovskiy prospect, Garden Ring, and Third Transport Ring. It helps the visitors to reach Expocentre Fairgrounds fast and with comfort using either public or personal transport.
By public transport
Vystavochnaya metro station
Delovoy Tsentr metro station
Ulitsa 1905 Goda metro station, Bus No.243
Parking in the territory adjacent to the Expocentre Fairgrounds and the Moscow-City MIBC is paid (cost 200 rubles per hour).You are requested to leave your vehicles only in specially marked and signed parking areas and bays. The area is continuously monitored by a towing service for vehicles violating parking rules. Streets with paid parking are Studenetskiy pereulok, Vystavochny pereulok, 1st Gvardeisky proezd, 2nd Gvardeisky proezd, Mantulinskaya ulitsa, Testovskaya ulitsa, Presnenskaya naberezhnaya, Sergeya Makeeva ulitsa, Anny Severyanovoy ulitsa, 2nd Zvenigorodskaya ulitsa, Antonova-Ovseenko ulitsa, Ulitsa 1905 Goda, Krasnopresnenskaya naberezhnaya (from Presnenskaya naberezhnaya to Ulitsa 1905 Goda), Shmitovskiy proezd (from Ulitsa 1905 Goda to Third Transport Ring). Parking is available 24 hours a day.
Moscow has three major international airports: Vnukovo (VKO), Domodedovo (DME) and Sheremetyevo (SVO). All three airports are connected with the city centre by Aeroexpress trains and also public buses, minibuses and taxis.
The most convenient and reliable way to get between the centre of Moscow and the airports is the Aeroexpress train. Trains leave every 30 minutes. Each rail terminal is connected via the metro Ring line.
There are nine railway stations in Moscow: Belorussky, Kazansky, Kievsky, Kursky, Leningradsky, Savelovski, Paveletski,Rizhsky, Yaroslavsky. All of them are located next to the metro stations. Seven of them, except Rizhsky and Savyolovsky stations, are connected by the metro Ring line. Kazansky, Yaroslavsky and Leningradsky are located at Komsomolskaya Square also known as Three Station Square.
Expocentr Krasnaya Presnya Moscow
Expocentr Krasnaya Presnya opened in 1959 and has been used for numerous international fairs and exhibitions ever since. It includes eight pavilions with a total exhibition space of 80,000 qm, including 30,000 qm of outdoor space, making it the largest exhibition complex in Russia.
All pavilions offer communications and technical facilities. Some of the halls can be used for symposiums, press conferences, presentations, lectures and business meetings.
Expocentr Krasnaya Presnya is just 15 minutes by car from the city centre and can be easily reached by underground and bus. Many hotels like the Ukraina, Mezhdunarodnaya, Radisson Slavyanskaya, Belgrad and Mir as well as the Russian White House (Parliament) are located in the vicinity.
Krasnaya Presnya Street and Smolenskaya Square are situated not far from Sadovoye Koltzo (ring street around downtown) at the Moscow River bank and not far from the most prestigious districts with Prechistenka, Stary Arbat, Patriarshy Prudy and Ostozhenka Street with their stunning palaces. The district is also well known for the Moscow zoo, one of the seven “Stalin sky-scrapers” at Kudrinskaya square, the US and British Embassies which are close to the newly built Moscow Business City.