Recently, many Russian tourists prefer to rest in the Crimea, in particular in Sudak. Today there are only four ways to get from the capital to a beautiful mountain town: cover the path by plane, train, bus or by your own car.
To Sudak by plane
The easiest way to get from Moscow to Sudak is by plane, as it will take an order of magnitude less time than using other types of transport. At the ticket office of Sheremetyevo International Airport, you need to take a ticket for the Moscow - Simferopol flight from Aeroflot. The flight time will be only 2 hours 10 minutes.
There is also another flight option. From Domodedovo airport there are flights of two air carriers in the Moscow - Simferopol direction, namely S7 and Air Onyx. True, the travel time will be a little longer - 2 hours 25 minutes. Upon arrival on the peninsula, you need to take a bus "Airport - Autostation-2", and from the stop "Autostation-2" you can get to Sudak by two buses: "Autostation-2 - Sudak" or "Evpatoria - Sudak". In both options, the travel time will be 2 hours 5 minutes.
The rail option should also be considered when traveling from Moscow to Sudak. However, in this case, it is worth considering in advance which of the stations is more convenient for you to arrive - Feodosiyskiy or Simferopol'skiy. Each of them has pros and cons, namely:
- The distance from Feodosiyskiy railway station to Sudak is 56 km, from Simferopol railway station - 104 km, that is, twice as much.
- The road from Feodosia to Sudak is difficult - mountain serpentine, while the road communication from Simferopol is quite free, the track is flat, the serpentine begins only near Sudak itself.
- Since the Simferopol railway station is considered to be more busy, buses in the direction of Sudak run every 15 - 20 minutes, while buses from Feodosia leave every hour.
Road route to Sudak
For lovers of a leisurely ride, a trip on a tourist bus will be useful, since in this case you can admire nature on the way. Every day buses "Moscow - Sudak" leave from the station "Novoyasenevskaya". Travel time will take approximately 28 - 29 hours. Of course, you can go the other way, that is, go all the way in your own car, the road will run along the following routes: "M2 Crimea" - "E 105" - "E 97". The total time will be approximately 20 hours, depending on the speed limit and vehicle specifications.
It is worth noting that today air traffic is considered the most optimal and safe. Moreover, in 2014 the prices for all flights "Moscow - Simferopol" were significantly reduced.