Verkhnyaya Pyshma is a city in the Sverdlovsk region, located literally 1 km from the borders of the regional center - the city of Yekaterinburg. It was built at the source of the Pyshma River, from which it got its name.
You can get to Verkhnyaya Pyshma by city transport in Yekaterinburg, most often from the Mashinostroiteley metro station. However, the desired city is the terminal station of only buses 108 and 111A. The final stop of all routes is the Verkhnyaya Pyshma bus station on Ogneuporshchikov Street. The rest of the buses move from Yekaterinburg to other settlements. On the way to Verkhnyaya Pyshma buses 103, 104E, 134, 161 and 223 call in. The fare on the buses is approximately 30 rubles. You can get to Pyshma by public transport from 6 am to half of 11 pm. In the village itself, there are three own routes, on which you can get from one corner of the city to another.
If you are going to go to Verkhnyaya Pyshma by car, then go from Yekaterinburg along Kosmonavtov Avenue to the intersection with EKAD, then go to Sovetskaya Street, drive to the intersection with Petrov Street. It is by driving along this street that you can leave Yekaterinburg and get to Verkhnyaya Pyshma.
You can also get to Verkhnyaya Pyshma by suburban buses from:
- Baltym village at 101, - the village of Krasny at 104, - the village of Zeleny Bor at 106, - the villages of Olkhovka and Pervomaisky at 109, - the city of Sredneuralsk or the village of Iset at 110, - the village of Nagorny at 112.