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Live journey plans are available at https://9292.nl/en There is also a 9292 mobile app which is well worth putting on your phone if you are visiting Amsterdam. The best journey will depend on the time of day, and live public transport conditions, so use the app. For an indication of the journey in the question here's the link: https://9292.nl/en/...


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Yes, there are official taxi desks in Moscow airports. Here you can see what they look like: Source This photo was taken at Sheremetyevo 2 years ago. But Moscow is not the world's best place for "offline" people. I'd recommend to buy a local phone with internet as soon as possible. It would be very difficult to plan any trips or buy any tickets without ...


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This is possible at the main bus stations: Lone passengers wanting to travel by car do have the option of a sharing taxi. At the main bus stations in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, taxi drivers offer single passengers the chance to share a taxi to the other emirate for between Dh40 and Dh60 each, depending on whether they have a four- or six-seater car. (Source) ...


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Travelling without smartphone is nuts, seriously. Fortunately Russian operators (well, at least Beeline, not sure about others) have packages that are charged _per_day_, not per month, have quite good Internet plans, and can be disabled/enabled through Internet. So my suggestion is to get local number in official operator booth at Airport (NOT an "all-in-one"...


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You can use Wifi in the airport to request Uber or Yandex taxi


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If you're in a taxi and there's no seatbelts, you're definitely in a wrong kind of taxi. Better not board anything like that. This is after we exclude small remote towns where it's still not uncommon. As a rule you can expect taxi car to be in reasonable condition, and this includes seat belts for all passengers. Sometimes for the seats in a back, seat ...


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To avoid any trouble with taxis, you can use the Aeroexpress train. It will get you to the city centre for ~8$ (500 RUB). You can use wireless payment options at the automatic gates: PayPass, PayWave, etc. It departs every half an hour for most of the day. The other two Moscow airports also have an Aeroexpress, with the exception of ZIA. If you plan to use ...


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First of all, ignore the people that run up to you when you get out of arrivals. They can see you are not a local and will charge you 4 times the price. Never pay more than 1250 ₽ for a taxi to the Red Square. You can order a taxi from the Yandex taxi stand (Uber equivalent), located in each terminal at the arrivals section. This is open 24/7. They may ask ...


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