On the one hand, Moscow has more billionaires living in the area than any other city in the world. It’s here you find Europe’s biggest Armani store and a myriad of other ways to part with your money in a fun way, fast. On the other hand, there’s so much more to Moscow than novye russkie.

Start with Bulgakov’s ‘Master and the Margaret’. It’s a great book, a peek into the Moscow of the 1930′s as well as a guide book to the big Russian soul you are so very likely to come across. Then, when you enter the Patriarshy Prudiy, you can smile knowingly and see Moscow with the eyes of an insider, not a visitor.

Oh, and if you have a strong but distorted déjà vu feeling while in Moscow, it’s probably because seven of Moscow’s buildings look exactly the same. They are two hotels, two administrative buildings, two blocks of flats, and the Moscow State University. No use guessing which is which.

Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport

Estonian Air flights depart from Terminal E.

Ticket Office
DAVS Agency is located in the Departure Hall of Terminal E. Ticket Office opens 2 hours before scheduled departure of Estonian Air flight.

Check in at the check-in desk at the airport opens 2 hours and closes 45 minutes before scheduled departure. When using web or automated check-in facilities please print your boarding pass as printed boarding pass must be presented at border and security control.

Business Lounge
Estonian Air Business class passengers are welcome at the Business Lounge Galaktika located in the transit area of Terminal E.