There are a number of airports in and around Moscow—many of them international—making travel by plane a flexible prospect. The Sheremetyevo International is the largest and closest to the centre of Moscow at 30km, while the modern Vnukovo offers an alternative destination farther south at a roughly the same distance. The busiest of these airports is the Domodedovo located in the southern regions of Moscow and 45km away from the centre. Most major airlines travel into Moscow from all over the globe, including British Airways, United, Brussels Airlines, Lufthansa, and Swiss. All of these airports feature express train links into Moscow proper, and in some cases a direct road route. Various road–going services are available, including taxis, car rental, and limo hire.
There are many landmarks to visit while in Moscow, from famous locations such as the Red Square, to historical points of interest, like Lenin's tomb. The city is rich with all the history you'd expect to find in a major European city. Beyond the sights, however, there is an active and vibrant culture to experience, including a good number of bars, shopping centres, nightclubs, and more. During the day there are galleries and historical monuments to visit, during the night there are shows such as ballet, and opera. The Bolshoi Theatre is a popular destination for those seeking a some cultured entertainment, and no visit to Moscow would be complete without a visit to the Kremlin; the home of the Russian President and an architectural feast for the eyes.