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Cable Road on Sparrow Hills
July 15, 2019 15:26


(Source: http://aroundmos.ru/news/transport/3084)

OPERATION MODE:
Mondays: 16.00-22.00
Tuesday-Sunday: 12.00-22.00
PRICE:
Weekdays: 200/350 rubles (700 rub - back and forth). Weekends: 250/400 rubles (800 rub - back and forth). For disabled people of groups 2 and 3, pensioners, children of 7–14 years old, students and members of large families - 300 rubles on weekdays, 400 rubles - weekends. For disabled people of the 1st group, children under 6 years old, veterans of the Second World War the cable road is free.
PHONE: +7 495 123 82 60
OFFICIAL SITE: http://srkvg.ru
EMAIL: info@srkvg.ru

The cable car on the Sparrow Hills is a 720-meter  way, connecting the Sparrow Hills, Kosygina Street and Luzhniki in Moscow. An important advantage of the cable car is its purpose, because it was created not only for recreation, but also as a transport and sports destination.

A round-trip ticket does not mean that it is necessary to go back immediately. Such a ticket is active for a whole day.

The cable car has already become incredibly popular among many Muscovites and tourists. The trip by cable car causes true emotions of admiration, especially when traveling over the Moskva River. The cable car provides a view of many sights of the Russian capital, which makes these trips even more interesting.



The grand opening of the cable car in Moscow took place on November 27, 2018 at 10:00. The event was attended by residents and guests of the capital.

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Tickets

To date, you can buy a ticket for a  cable car only at the box office of the complex itself.

In the near future, it will be possible to purchase tickets online, which will facilitate the purchase, because in this case you will not have to stand in long queues.



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Complex

The cable car complex consists of 35 cabins transporting people. Each of the booths is designed for 8 people. The famous route involves the transportation of passengers up to 1600 people per hour. All booths are equipped with media screens, audio guides in English, Chinese, German and Russian, as well as backlight. In addition, the complex contains 10 open seats for   skiers who can only move between Vorobyovskaya Embankment and the observation deck.

There are also two VIP-cabins, designed for 4 people each. Inside the cabins of the LUX class, there are four leather armchairs, cup holders and even several lockers.



Stations

There are three stations along the cable route: Sparrow Hills (at the observation deck), New League (Vorobyovskaya Embankment) and Luzhniki (near the stadium).

At the station "New League" there is a rental of sports equipment. In addition, a museum will be opened here soon. Since the station is a sports destination, it is not a transit point, so the exit is closed here. Consequently, it is only possible to get from the Vorobyovy Gory station to the Luzhniki station and back if necessary.

The Luzhniki station has 2 floors, on the ground floor there are cash desks, shopping kiosks and a food court, where about 20 restaurants and cafes are open, offering guests different and very tasty dishes. From Thursday to Sunday, you can enjoy live music, and in the summer two large verandas are open overlooking the famous Moscow River and Sparrow Hills. Passengers are boarding   on the second floor.

 



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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