Ride by train. Every day, electric trains to Dmitrov, Savelovo and Dubna depart from the platforms of Savelovsky railway station of the capital, all of which make a stop in Yakhroma. Travel time is approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. The interval between flights can be up to 1 hour. Minus such route is obvious – low comfort, but also the advantages of a trip by train to Yakhroma are. First, there are no delays in the journey, trains follow strictly on schedule, and secondly, low fare. You can specify the schedule of trains to Yakhroma using the Internet search engine or on the website of the Russian Railways.
You can get to Yakhroma by bus from Altufyevo Metro Station. There boarding is carried out on the bus №401 “Moscow-Dmitrov”, making a stop in Yakhroma. Estimated travel time is 1 hour, but it should be taken into account that during peak hours the bus may be stuck in traffic at the exit from Moscow, near Dolgoprudny and the interchange on Marfino. Flights are available about once every half hour. Disembarkation of passengers takes place at General Kuznetsov Square You can specify the schedule of departure of buses on the information site LivdMitrov or with the help of a search engine.
To get to Yakhroma by car, you need to leave Moscow on the Dmitrovsky highway and move on it about 50 km, not anywhere winding down. After the bridge over the railway tracks you should be careful, after about 5 km there will be a necessary turn. Following the signs, it is necessary to leave left, the road junction there is not difficult. After 200 meters you will see a roundabout, this is General Kuznetsov Square, from here you can get to any part of the city. To get directly to Jahroma Park, you need to follow the orange index boards, they are located along the route in large numbers, so you can’t miss.