How to get to Lyuberets?
Lyubertsy - one of the major cities of the Moscow region, the administrative center of the Lyubertsy district. The city adjoins the outskirts of the capital and is connected with it by several transport routes.
Talk about how to get to Lyuberets.
Metro is one of the best ways to get to Lyubertsy quickly and at an affordable cost. To do this, you need to get to the station "Vykhino" or "Komsomolskaya", go down from the platform and, after walking a short distance, find a stop with fixed-route taxis. From here, vehicles are sent to Lyubertsy and other localities around Moscow. Travel time to Lyuberets without taking into account stops and traffic congestion is no more than 30 minutes.
Another option is to get to the station “Kuzminki”, where not far from the exit there is a stop with fixed-route taxis plying to Lyubertsy. If there are no traffic jams on Volgogradsky Avenue, you can get into the city in 20 minutes.
At the so-called “peak” time of day, an electric train is the most reliable and fastest way to get to Lyubertsy.The path begins from the Kazan railway station in the direction of the Ryazan railway. On the territory of the city there are 4 stations: Panky, Ukhtomskaya, Lyubertsy-1 and Lyubertsy-2. At the last two stations, each train commuting in this direction makes a stop. The average time is no more than 20-30 minutes.
For those who prefer personal transport for a trip to Lyubertsy, there is a way to travel along Volgograd and Ryazan Avenues. After entering the Moscow Ring Road, you need to turn in the direction of Zhulebino, follow along Lermontovsky Avenue and arrive in Lyubertsy 40 minutes (from Moscow). The distance from Moscow Ring Road to Lyubertsy is about 6 km. You can also drive by following Moldagulova Street and Upper Fields Street. The duration of the trip in all directions is approximately the same, but it depends on the traffic.