The Nizhny Novgorod Airport operates up to 10 flights a day direct from Moscow, and a big variety of international destinations (Antalya, Frankfurt, Istanbul, Prague etc.) The fleeting, 45-minute flight from/to Moscow will cost you 2000RUB (40 EUR). The prices for round-trip tickets from major European airports, with connection in Moscow, start from 250 EUR.
|St.Petersburg||2 hours||Ak Bars Aero||100|
|Prague (PRG)||3.15 hours||Czech Airlines||350|
The International Airport Nizhny Novgorod is located 18 kilometres southwest of the centre of Nizhniy Novgorod. A taxi ride will take you 25 minutes and about 13 EUR to get to the city centre. Also, there are buses 11, 20, 46, 29 you can take.
Another solution might be going by train. That is the cheapest one. The prices for one way ticket from Moscow range between 700 RUB (17 EUR) and 4000 RUB (100EUR) for the first class serving. For instance high-speed train Sapsan goes not more than 4 hous and costs 30 EUR. There is one big advantage in travelling by train, the railway station is located right in the centre of transport connection, which means, you can easily go anywhere you want from there.