Stupino is a city in south of Moscow Oblast, with population of 63,124 (2002) is administrative center of Stupinsky district. The town was founded in 1939 as a closed city.
In 1993, Mars Inc opened a CIS main office in Stupino. Now, there are many international compaines operate in Stupino (Campina, Kerama Marazzi, Kimberly-Clark etc) The chief landmark in Stupino is Belopesotsky Monastery, which contains structures from the 17th century and earlier. Oka River with scenery landscapes is close to the city.
The closest airport is Domodedovo 69 km from the city. The cheapest way is to take bus that goes to Domodedovo and get off at Vzletnaya stop. Then, take a train that goes north (not Moscow). The time on train is about an hour.
Train to Stupino goes from Paveletsky station in Moscow approximately every 30 min.
M4 road will take you to Stupino from Moscow. Distance is 88 km. The road is straight, without any traffic lights. Traffic police check stands near Mikhnevo.
Bus #334 goes hourly from Krasnogvardeyskaya metro station in Moscow starting 8AM and the last bus departs at 9 PM. Very dependable on traffic. The price of a ticket to Stupino is 145 rubles.
Stupino is a small city; everywhere within the city borders is within walking distance. But if you need to get places faster, you can use buses and taxis – a ride would cost 120 rubles.
- 1 Belopesotsky Monastery.
- 1 Fighter (near train station).
- 1 Local museum, Andropova , 61/11, ☎+7 49664 2-99-02. 9.00-18.00, closed 13.00-14.00, St 9.00-16.00, Sun – off.