Moscow is a very large city. It is not necessary to walk all the time to explore it. Here are the main public transport routes that will take you along the most beautiful streets of the city. The main advice is not to go in the morning or in the evening, as there can be many passengers.
Goes from Universitet metro to Chistye Prudy metro.
Sights: Chistye Prudy, Boulevard Ring, St. Danilov and the Donskoy Monasteries, Stalin's building blocks on Leninsky Prospekt, the main building of Moscow State University.
Goes from Chistye Prudy to Paveletskaya metro and then to residential areas in the south of Moscow
Sights: Chistye Prudy, Pokrovsky Boulevard, Moscow River, Zamoskvorechye District, Svyato-Danilov Monastery, Danilovsky Market
Goes around Sadovoye Koltso (Garden Ring).
Sights: House of Music, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mayakovskaya Square, Gokogo Park, Krymsky Bridge, New Tretyakov
Goes from Park Pobedy (Victory Park) to Udarnik Cinema (House on the Embankment). Most of the stops are located in close proximity to the water, on or near embankments.
Sights: Gorky Park, Victory Park, the Mosfilm film studio, monuments to Lenin and Gagarin, Moscow State University
Goes from Park Pobedy to Taganskaya metro and then to the eastern residential areas of Moscow.
Sights: Park Pobedy, Novy Arbat. Kremlin and Manezhnaya Sq.,Bolshoi Theatre, Lubyanka Square, Moscow River and Yauza River,
Moscow monorail is the only one in our country.The interval between trains is about 30 minutes. Better to start from VDNKh metro station and go to Timiryazevskaya metro.
Sights: Main and Northern entrances to the VDNKh, the monument “Worker and Collective Farm Girl”, the “Conquerors of Space” monument, the Memorial Museum of Cosmonautics, the Ostankino television tower and television center, the Sheremetyevs' estate.