Postal address

Space Research Institute (IKI)
High Energy Astrophysics Department (otdel 52)
117997, 84/32 Profsoyuznaya Str, Moscow, Russia


Natalia Vasilieva
Phone: +7 (495) 333-53-00
Fax: +7 (495) 333-53-77

Travel Info

Most international flights arrive at Sheremetyevo II Airport (SVO) (phone: +7 495/956-4666 or 495/578-0101) and Domodedovo Airport (DME) (phone: +7 495/323-8565).

Transfers Between the Airport & Town
Bus & Train

City transitions are serviced by municipal buses from Sheremetyevo II airport to subway station Rechnoy Vokzal with buses leaving every 15-20 minutes. Then, it takes about 25 minutes to get to the center by subway. Sheremetyevo II airport has also train connection with the city. Domodedovo is the easiest airport, with an express train connecting it with Paveletsky train station which is essentially the center of the city. There is also a bus service connecting the airport with Domodedovo subway station. For more details see official transportation page of Domodedovo airport.

By Taxi

You can easely pre-arrange a legal taxi to meet you at the arrivals and take you to the hotel.

If you have not pre-arranged ground transportation and you do not want to deal with the taxi situation, the Intourist Office in the arrivals area of the airport will be of great help. You can rent a car there or just take a car with a driver.

How to reach Space Research Institute (IKI) in Moscow

Space Research Institute (IKI) is located in the south-west region of Moscow. The best way to get to the institute is to take a subway.

You should get off at "Kalyzhskaya" subway station using the southern exit. After leaving a station lobby through glass doors you should go straight to the end of the tunnel, then take right and use the stairs to get to the surface. From this point you should follow the arrow on the map below:

How to reach us: See on the map MAP_IKI
IKI view from metro station "Kaluzhskaya": VIEW_IKI