How to get to Butovo?
Butovo is one of the most remote areas of Moscow, located south of the capital, so if you go by train, you need to choose Tula or Kursk direction.
Station Butovo. How to get there by train
How to get to the station Butovo by train, you can find in the information desk of the Kursk railway station, from where most of the commuter trains of this direction depart. Suburban trains stop in Butovo and go to Podolsk, Chekhov, Shcherbinka, Serpukhov, etc. On the day, more than 90 flights commuter trains.
How to get to Butovo by car
As Moscow expands, Butovo no longer seems an abandoned area. Many modern buildings have appeared here and therefore the transport links to the city have improved a lot. If you are looking for a better option, how to get to South Butovo by car from Moscow, you need to go to the central highways. The most convenient way is to drive along the Warsaw highway, then turn onto Starokachalovskaya street. Literally in five minutes you will be at Novobutovskaya.There is also a variant of the route on the Moscow Ring Road, where you need to turn off at 35 km to Polyany Street, and then to Novobutovskoye Highway. If there are no traffic jams on the road, the whole journey will take no longer than twelve minutes.
Is it possible to get to Butovo by subway?
If you do not know how to get to Butovo by metro, you need to transfer to the Butovo line and remember the names of the stations: Skobelevskaya or Gorchakov. Arriving by metro to these stations, you will need to walk 5-10 minutes to Chechersky Prospekt or Butovo Forest Park. It is easy to get to Butovo, coming out at the stations of "Admiral Ushakov Boulevard" or "Buninskaya Alley", located on the same line.
If long trips by underground transport do not suit you, you can get off at the Yasenevo metro station. From here go the bus number 101, number 710, number 165 and route taxi number 102, which will take you to Butovo. By the time the trip takes about twenty minutes, but that is if there are no traffic jams.