Venue

The CSR conference will be held at National Research University Higher School of Economics, st. Myasnitskaya 11.


How to get there?

The HSE campus is easily accessible by subway, with the following stations just 5–10 minutes away:

  • Lubyanka (Лубянка) (red line)
  • Chistye Prudy (Чистые пруды) (red line)
  • Turgenevskaya (Тургеневская) (orange line)
  • Kitay-Gorod (Китай-город) (orange line)

Lubyanka metro station: Exit to Myasnitskaya Ulitsa, which you should follow. The destination will be on your left. Estimated travel time: 8 minutes.

Chistye Prudy and Turgenevskaya metro stations: Exit to Myasnitskaya Ulitsa, which you should follow towards the city centre. The destination will be on your right. Estimated travel time: 7 minutes.



Kitay-Gorod metro station: Exit to Ulitsa Maroseyka, which you should follow for 100 metres, then turn left onto Bolshoy Zlatoustinskiy Pereulok (350 metres), and then bear right onto Myasnitskaya Ulitsa, which you should follow for 150 metres. The destination will be on your left. Estimated travel time: 10 minutes.


About Moscow

Getting to Moscow from the airport: There are three international airports in Moscow: Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo, and Vnukovo. The best way of getting to Moscow is a non-stop rail service called Aeroexpress. One ride costs 500 rubles, approx. $9. It is possible to buy a round trip Aeroexpress ticket, but it would not be cheaper. You may find the complete list of fares at the Aeroexpress site.

The Aeroexpress schedules are also available from their official site: [ Sheremetyevo | Domodedovo | Vnukovo ]. The point of arrival is a rail terminal, which is connected to a subway station: Belorusskaya for Sheremetyevo, Paveletskaya for Domodedovo, and Kievskaya for Vnukovo.

A taxi from an airport to Moscow would cost $20 or more, and during the weekdays it can be very slow due to traffic jams.

Transportation inside Moscow: The main mode of transport in Moscow is Moscow metro (subway). You may use an online interactive map to get directions. Other modes of public transport include bus, trolleybus and tramway.

See also the wikitravel page about Moscow.