How to get to Balashikha?
Balashikha is a city in the center of the Moscow region, a former ancient center of the textile industry. This is quite interesting in terms of attractions, the city and a great option for a weekend trip for residents of Moscow. This article will tell you how to get to Balashikha.
From Moscow to Balashikha just 24 km away, which means a car ride is a very convenient way to get to your destination. You need to go through Schelkovskoye Highway, then after crossing the Moscow Ring Road - through the village of Vostochny, then through the Shchitnikovo district. Now you need to get to the post of DPS (on the right side), and after it turn onto the Balashinskoe highway. If you missed the exit after the DPS, you can turn off after the Pehra-Pokrovsky Gate.
If you do not want to follow the pointers, simply enter the following coordinates into the navigator: 55 ° 49 12 5 s. sh. (55.82014), longitude: 37 ° 58 0 41 in. d. (37.96678).
Bus or minibus
If you do not have a personal car, do not worry - you can get to Balashikha by public transport.
Buses 395, 338, 338А, 447 depart to the city from the Schelkovskogo bus station. In addition, you can immediately take the bus 396, 102, 300, 338, 338A, 395.
Buses and minibuses also go from Partizanskaya metro station (blue line) - bus number 337, bus number 385. From the station "Vykhino" (purple line) shuttle bus number 193. From the metro station “Highway Enthusiasts” (yellow line), the route taxi No. 473 is sent in the direction of Balashikha, from Novogireevo (yellow line) - No. 108,110,193 and 350, and finally, from Perovo (yellow line) - No. 473.
A good option to get to Balashikha is an electric train. All trains to Balashikha depart from Kursk railway station. The train is the best option for those who are afraid of getting stuck in traffic, because a trip on this type of transport is guaranteed to take no more than 40 minutes.
What to see?
There are many temples in Balashikha: Michael the Archangel, the Transfiguration of the Lord, the Protection of the Most Holy Theotokos, the Nativity of the Virgin, etc. In addition, the city has interesting manors and museums.