Address: Radisson Slavyanskaya Hotel. 121059, Moscow, Europe Square, 2 (show on map).
Getting Around Moscow
Moscow is easily accessible by air, railway and road. The public transportation network there consists of subway (metro), train, suburban railways, buses, trolley buses and trams.
1. Sheremetyevo Airport: Aeroexpress train running to Belorussky Railway Station (travel time – 35 minutes). On arrival to the railway station, get on the subway, pick a train at Koltsevaya line and follow to Kievskaya station.
2. Domodedovo Airport: Aeroexpress train running to Paveletsky Railway Station (travel time – 35 minutes). Get on the subway in the railway station, pick a train at Paveletskaya station, change to Koltsevaya line and follow to Kievskaya station.
3. Vnukovo Airport: Aeroexpress train running to Kievsky Railway Station (time travel – 35 minutes).
After getting to Kievskaya station, follow the signs to get to Kievskaya Square and the Europe Trade Center, then head towards Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya St. Cross the road at pedestrian crossing and walk along the Ukrainsky Blvd. right up to the end (guide – hotel’s spire). You’ll find yourself at Kutuzovsky Ave. right in front of the hotel.
Your destination point is Kievskaya station, the subway lines: Filevskaya (blue), Koltsevaya (brown) or Arbato-Pokrovskaya (dark blue). The easiest way to get off the blue subway line is to exit the subway and walk around the railway station. The hotel is right behind it.
The organizers provide visa invitation upon your request.
Russian visa is required to the residents of all the countries except the members of the CIS. You may receive further information in the local diplomatic mission. You need to apply for visa using our invitation at the closest Russian visa center no later than three weeks before the event.