Moscow metro is a priority transport, taking in account the population of Moscow and the fact that the streets of the city are constantly jammed with private transport. Moscow is infamous for hosting one of the longest traffic jams in the world and having problems with car parking. The beautiful architecture of Moscow metro makes it an art object, attracting tourists to visit it just for seeing its beauty. Many citizens of Moscow use it as the main means of moving around for all their lives. Trains depart by strict schedule, every 2-3 minutes in rush hours, and every 4-5 minutes early in the morning or late in the night. Moscow metro works from 5.30 a.m. to 1.30 a.m. Take a note that after 1 a.m. you won’t be able to enter the metro, and the systems runs only ‘on exit’, delivering late passengers. Every metro station has offices or automatic machines, where you can purchase a magnet card. Different types of cards are limited by time and amount of travels, and one ride will cost you from RUR 30 to RUR 55, having paid which you can travel any amount of statins without exiting the metro. Moscow has unified tickets with which you can also pay for buses, trolleybuses, and trams. Buying this ticket valid 5 days (or as long as you need) is probably the best option for a tourist.