You can get to Lyuberets several ways – by metro, then by minibus and bus, by train or car. The electric train during peak hours is the only transport on which you can get to this Moscow city quickly.
To get to Luberec by metro, take you to Vykhino Station. From it towards the area there are buses and share taxis. The right stop is easy to find. Get out of the first door of the first carriage from the centre and head down from the platform. Immediately roll left without passing through the underpass. On the street, left again. There will be bus taxi stops in front of you. Almost all of them go to Lyubertsy and further – Malakhovka, Korenevo, etc. To go from “Vykhino” to Lyuberets without traffic jams about thirty minutes.
Also by metro to Luberets can be reached via Kuzminki station. The stop of the share taxi is at the exit of the first carriage from the center. Turning upstairs, into the underpass, turn right, then left. You will see a popular fast food restaurant – near it stop the necessary minibuses. To Lyuberets go №507, 553 and others. Their route is hung on a side glass. Travel time – about twenty minutes, if it is possible to slip Volgogradsky Avenue without traffic jams.
to Luberets can be reached from Kazan Station. It is the Ryazan direction of the railway. Lyubertsy is a big city, and in its territory there are four stations – “Ukhtomskaya”, “Lyubertsy-1”, “Lyubertsy-2” and “Panki”. At the stations “Lyubertsy-1” and “Lyubertsy-2” every train, including the high-speed “Sputnik” Moscow-Ryazan, makes a stop.
By car to Lyuberets you need to go along Ryazansky or Volgograd avenues. Going to the MKAD, look for a turn in Zhulebino, on Lermontovsky Avenue. By it you will get right into the Lyubertsy. Travel time from the center of Moscow is about forty minutes without traffic jams.