Metro stations “Pushkinskaya”, “Tverskaya” and “Chekhovskaya” in Moscow are located to north-west of the city center, at a distance about 1.5 kilometers from the Kremlin and Red Square. Stations has exits at the intersection of “Tverskaya”, “Tverskoy Boulevard” and “Strastnoy Boulevard” streets and on “Pushkinskaya” Square. Metro station “Pushkinskaya” is among the busiest stations of the Moscow metro. Every day station serves approximately 400,000 people. These stations form a major transfer hub for three lines of the Moscow Metro.
Metro station “Pushkinskaya”
“Pushkinskaya” (Пушкинская) metro station is located on “Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya” line (purple line) of Moscow metro, between stations “Barrikadnaya” and “Kuznetski most”. It is possible to get to “Zamoskvoretskaya” subway line ("Tverskaya" station) and “Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya” line ("Chekhovskaya" station) from station “Pushkinskaya”.
The station was opened on December 17, 1975. Depth of the station is 51 meters. Width of the middle hall of the station is 8.2 meters, height - 6.25 meters.
Pushkinskaya metro station has two underground lobbies.
West underground lobby is shared by stations “Pushkinskaya” and “Tverskaya”. The lobby has two underground halls, connected by two passages (here are located ticket-office). The lobby has intrance on “Tverskaya” street and in the underpass.
East underground lobby is shared by stations “Pushkinskaya” and “Chekhovskaya”. The lobby has an exit to the underpass under “Strastnoj Boulevard” street.
Metro station “Tverskaya”
Metro station “Tverskaya” (Тверская) is located on the “Zamoskvoretskaya” metro line (is indicated by green color), between stations “Mayakovskaya” and “Teatralnaya”.
The station was opened on July 20, 1979. Until 05.11.1990 station has name “Gorkovskaya”. The station has connections to the station “Pushkinskaya” (Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line) and “Chekhovskaya” (Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line).
Entrance to the station is via a shared with “Pushkinskaya” station underground vestibule, which is located under Pushkinskaya Square. Exit to the city from the lobby through the underground passages, through of the “Izvestia” publishing building, on Tverskaya Street.
Passage to the station “Pushkinskaya” is located in the center of the station underground hall.
Passage to the station “Chekhovskay’ is located in the south end of the station hall.
Metro station “Chekhovskaya”
Metro station “Chekhovskaya” (Чеховская) is located on “Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya” line of the Moscow Metro (shown on maps by gray), between stations “Tsvetnoy boulevard” and “Borovitskaya”. The station was opened on December 31, 1987. Depth of the station is 62 meters. The metro station is located at the intersection of streets “Strastnoy Boulevard”, “Malaya Dmitrovka”, “Bolshaya Dmitrovka”, next to the “Pushkinskaya” square.
Passage to the station “Pushkinskaya” of Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line is located in the middle of the hall. Transfer to the station “Tverskaya” of Zamoskvoretskaya metro line located in the western end of the central hall of the station.
Exit to the city through the underpass and ground lobby, located in a building on Pushkin Square.
Near the metro stations “Pushkinskaya”, “Tverskaya” and “Chekhovskaya” in Moscow are located:
- “Lenkom” theatre.
- Stanislavsky and Nimirovicha-Danchenko Musik theatre.
- Museum of the history of modern Russia.
- "InterContinental Moscow-Tverskaya" hotel.
The best accommodation for tourists: hotels near the Red Square in Moscow.
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