How to get here
The best way of getting to Kulikovo Field is by car. If you are travelling from Moscow, Tula, Kaluga, Ryazan or Lipetsk you will have time to visit two museums and see the main sites of Kulikovo Field in a day. However, we recommend that you plan to stay for at least two, or preferably three days. The Museum-Reserve extends over a large area, and all of it is worth seeing.
Using your satnav!
Our website shows all of Kulikovo Field’s main GPS co-ordinates. We would advise you to use your GPS where possible.
Approximate distances and travel times from the nearest major cities:
|Moscow||280 km||4.5 hours|
|Tula||130 km||2 hours|
|Lipetsk||150 km||2.5 hours|
|Voronezh||290 km||4.5 hours|
|Kaluga||220 km||3.5 hours|
|Ryazan||170 km||3 hours|
|Eagle||280 km||4.5 hours|
You can check the location of all museums and attractions in the museum-reserve on the interactive map. We recommend that you read the advice for car tourists before departure.
Tour groups with Russian speaking guide, from Tula
The Museum-Reserve’s tourism department organises tours from Tula several times during the season, often coinciding with festivals and public holidays. Tours are conducted in Russian, but during your visit you will see much of interest and the Museum provides an audioguide in English (and German).
You can find out more about these tours by emailing our tourism department at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since there is no direct public transport link between Tula and Kulikovo Field, and what timetables that do exist are unreliable, we do not recommend that you try to use public transport to get to the Museum-Reserve unless you speak Russian.