Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk) is one of the largest cities in Russia, which is an important center of trade and a link between Asia and Europe, since it is located in the Urals, practically at the junction of two continents. The city has a large airport and railway station, which allow you to get to the city from any corner of Russia.
The fastest way to get to Yekaterinburg is by plane. Koltsovo Airport serves a large number of airlines that make direct flights to cities in Europe and Asia. From Moscow the flight takes about 2 hours, from St. Petersburg - 2 hours 30 minutes. The airport is located 25 km from the city center. To find out the flight schedule, go to the official website of the airport and select the point from which you want to fly, and then select the search for the necessary flights. Plane tickets can be booked directly on the website.
The second way to get to the city is by train. The city has built the largest railway junction in the Urals, located on the Trans-Siberian Railway. A large number of railway lines pass through the city, which makes it possible to reach it also from almost any corner of the country. From Moscow the train takes about 27 hours, from St. Petersburg - about 34 hours. The station's opening hours and current flights can be viewed on the official website, where tickets can also be purchased.
You can also get to Yekaterinburg by bus. The city has two bus stations serving a large number of suburban and intercity flights. The bus schedule can be found at the station from which you are going to go to the city. The road from Moscow to Yekaterinburg by car will take approximately 30 hours. The distance between the two cities is about 2000 kilometers.