Our rental customers often build routes for electric scooters in the Southern Administrative District, using the half-day tariff. Kuskovo Manor becomes one of the centers of electric scooter rides.
How to get there?
Pedestrians from our electric scooter rental point can get to Kuskovo by metro. It is only 570 meters to the Zhulebino metro station and a straight line to Ryazan Avenue. I prefer a different route, by train. To the Ukhtomskaya station, 2.5 km through Zhulebinsky Boulevard, along the shady 2nd Lyuberetsky Passage, will allow beginners to cope with the electric scooter and become a confident rider. Ukhtomskaya station is not crowded, there is no need to climb the bridge towards Moscow, just a few steps with a ramp and you are on the platform, trains run often. 2 stations and it’s time to go out. The platform is Veshnyaki, there is no flow of people here, but there are ramps. It is convenient to move around with electric scooters. On the passage, go out to the Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The temple is an architectural monument, built in 1644 (bell tower in 1734), along the street of Youth you can visit the Kuskovo Estate. The entire route from the electric scooter rental point to the estate will take only 15-20 minutes (if you make a couple more laps along Zhulebinsky Boulevard).
For motorists (or not fans of public transport) through the MKAD on Moldagulova Street and you can park on Yunosti Street (large parking lot No. 9069) or on Krasny Kazanets Street (it is free there). I do not recommend going to the parking lot at the main entrance to the Kuskovo Estate, it is small, there are practically no places there. The time from the electric scooter rental point to Kuskovo is the same 15-20 minutes.
You have safely and quickly reached Kuskovo and if you decide to stop by the main entrance, you will not be allowed to use electric scooters in the historical part of the estate. All SIM cards are not allowed (electric and non-electric, it is possible only with baby strollers). Turn left, go around the Big Palace Pond and ride around the park.
Kuskovo is a paradise for walking on electric scooters. There are many wide paths, there is a bike path for those who like to drive. The beam tracks are well compacted, it is comfortable to ride on an electric scooter. Very clean, fresh air. Lots of shops. There are places for a picnic.
I really like the Big Palace Pond and the view of the Sheremetyevo Palace. The desire to see the Palace itself, its garden and buildings is easy to realize by driving an electric scooter from the Palace Passage to the Dutch House, here you can leave the electric scooters under the supervision of security and fix them in the rack. The ticket costs 150 rubles (it cost last year). The ticket itself is a sample of the USSR, printed in 1982 (a rarity).
Only tea and coffee are sold in the park, there are no full-fledged cafes. For a more substantial snack and recharge of electric scooters, if necessary, take a ride to the Rainbow Park. For more choice, go to Vishnyakovskaya Street.
The Kuskovo estate offers walks at any time of the day. The fauna has not been deprived of Kuskovo, the squirrels are practically tame! Positive emotions from a walk on an electric scooter are guaranteed.
When self-isolation ends, parks will be opened, and I will go to Kuskovo myself, only without city transport and a car, my Isolde (Dualtron) will take me home faster than anyone.
You can rent electric scooters here. Other routes for electric scooters here.