The Hotel Maroseyka 2/15 will tell you whether you can dine underground? Where to find forgotten things and how to drive comfortably during rush hour?
Warehouse of forgotten things
ocated at the station Kotelniki (east lobby – the first car from the center). Open daily from 8:00 to 20:00 pm, tel .: +7 495 622-20-85. All items found at subway stations, in lobbies or in cars are transferred to the warehouse.
Personal documents (passport, policy, driver’s license, student ID card, etc.) are transmitted to the police at the address: 2nd Kolobovsky Lane, 8, tel .: +7 495 694-86-20. Reception hours of citizens: Mon-Fri from 10:00 to 17:00, Fri from 10:00 to 16:00, Sat and Sun – day off.
Passenger Mobility Center
Inspectors of the center help people with limited mobility to move around the metropolitan. Maintenance is carried out from the entrance to the station, in elevators, stairs, escalators and station platforms, in train cars and to the exit from the station.
The application can be issued by phone: 8 495 622-73-41 and 8 800 250-73-41
Located at the stations Arbat, Vystavochnaya, Voykovskaya. Here you can have a full meal and just have a quick snack.
How to drive comfortably during rush hour
Choose the first and last cars to drive along the ring line, there are fewer people.
Located at the Vystavoschnaya station. Tel. 8 (495) 622-73-09 and (499) 321-64-61
Here you will learn the history of the metro from the opening day of May 15, 1955 to the present day. Why was it decided to build metro in Moscow? How did the subway work during the war? Who can help the passenger if he does not know how to get to the desired station?
Tickets Troika and souvenirs
In the souvenir shops you can buy the “Troika card” in the form of a ring, key chain or bracelet.
The stations where the souvenir shops of the metro are: Kitay-Gorod, Pushkinskaya, Ploshchad Revolutsii, Barrikadnaya, Paveletskaya, Kievskaya, Arbatskaya, Belorusskaya, Komsomolskaya, Park Kultury, Sretensky Boulevard.