Transliteration & pronunciation
Please note!

The following transliteration and pronunciation is given for the classical Latin alphabet and does not match with the rules of orthography and pronunciation of English.

Therefore do not pronounce Russian words how to you like represent sounds in English.

For example:
The Latin letter U should not be pronounced as the English word you.
U = YOU = OO

If you doubt the correct pronunciation, click on the live audio link in Russian
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Trains in Russia

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Dear friends! Welcome to Russia!

Here you will find the most detailed information about the Russian railways - timetables, types of trains and carriages, how to buy cheap tickets, tips, lifehacks, useful words and phrases in Russian and much more
Please note - our website is a partner of the largest Russian travel agency Tutu.Travel
Ticket prices are slightly more expensive than the carrier. However, this price also includes additional services, such as very detailed interface in English, quick purchase without login, sales start notifications, early pre-order booking, cancellation insurance.

You can also buy tickets directly from the carrier - on the website of Russian Railways
However, there most of the services presented above will be unavailable.

How to book a Russian train ticket

It`s very easy! Your ticket is four steps away from you!
Select a route
Fill out the form
Enter deparure + destination points and date of travel
Choose a train and seats
All you need to know about types of trains and rail cars in Russia is here
Enter ID data of passengers (passport only!)
Pay for tickets by card
It is safe
Info about Russian money, payment options and currency converter see here
Almost done!
Your ticket is ready. Check notifications in postbox and phone.
Important! Learn check-in rules

Ticket sale is available up to 45 - 120 days prior to the departure, depending on direction and the type of train. Book early for cheap flights!

Travel to Russia by rail

There are several rail routes between Russia and Europe. For example, Paris - Moscow, Berlin - Moscow and others. However, we do not recommend using this way of access to Russia, as the duration of travel is too long (2 - 3 days one way)
Excluding routes from (to) Finland, Estonia and Latvia - Read more

Ticket sale is available up to 45 - 90 days prior to the departure, depending on direction. Book early for cheap flights! Learn types of trains and railcars before buying tickets. Also read the rules and follow our advices.
Have questions? Answers are here. Have a pleasant jorney!
VERY IMPORTANT! Due to disagreements on immigration issues between the governments of Russia and the Republic of Belarus (most of the rail and bus routes from Europe to Russia pass through the territory of the Republic of Belarus), foreign citizens cannot cross the border of these countries by ground in any direction - from Belarus to Russia or back. With one exception only!
Be sure to read DETAIL WARNING!

HESINKI, FINLAND - Allegro and Tolstoy trains

How to get to Russia by train from

most popular railway routes
click button to see detailed information and book tickets

TALLINN, ESTONIA

RIGA, LATVIA

FROM FINLAND TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Helsinki - St Petersburg
Duration of the trip by Allegro high speed train between Helsinki and St Petersburg is approx 3½ hours. Allegro arrives right in the city center, where you can immediately take a subway In addition, passport control is carried out onboard. Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Helsinki Airport? Your ticket is valid for commuter train to/from Helsinki Airport - within 80 min after arrival/before the departure of the Allegro train - no need to buy additional ticket!
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Allegro has 4 departures per day in both directions. Adult price (class 2) starts from 29€ or 39€, depending on the season and demand. Ticket sale is available up to 90 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
FROM FINLAND TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Helsinki - Moscow
Duration of the trip by Leo Tosltoi train between Helsinki and Moscow (with a stop in St Petersburg) is approx 12-15 hours, depending on direction. This is a night train (coaches with 4 or 2-berth compartments) - thus you save one night on accommodation. Besides, Tolstoi arrives right in the city center Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Helsinki Airport? Your ticket is valid for commuter train from/to Helsinki Airport - within 80 min after arrival/before the departure of Tolstoi - no need to buy additional ticket! Read more
The train has departures almost daily in both directions, except Saturdays and few other days a year. Adult price (class 2) starts from 78€. Ticket sale is available up to 90 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
FROM ESTONIA TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Tallinn - St Petersburg
Duration of the trip by train between Tallinn and St Petersburg (route Tallinn - Moscow with a stop in St Petersburg, coaches with 4 or 2-berth compartments, sleeping 3rd class and sitting car) is approx 7 hrs. Departure from Tallinn / St Petersburg - at evening / early morning. Return - arrival to St Petersburg / Tallinn - at midnight / middle of a day. The train arrives right in the city center Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Tallinn Airport? Getting to/from train station by public transport see here Note! Usual taxi cost about 10€, also you can take a fixed price transfer
The train has departures daily in both directions. Adult price starts from 20€ (sitting car). Ticket sale is available up to 60 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
FROM ESTONIA TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Tallinn - Moscow
Duration of the trip by Baltic Express train between Tallinn and Moscow (with a stop in St Petersburg) is approx 15-16 hours, depending on direction. This is a night train (coaches with 4 or 2-berth compartments, sleeping 3rd class and sitting car) - save one night on accommodation. Baltic Express arrives right in the city center Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Tallinn Airport? Getting to/from train station by public transport see here Note! Usual taxi cost about 10€, also you can take a fixed price transfer
The train has departures daily in both directions. Adult price (class 2) starts from 78€. Ticket sale is available up to 60 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
FROM LATVIA TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Riga - St Petersburg
Duration of the trip by train between Riga and St Petersburg is approx 16 hours. This is a night train (coaches with 4 or 2-berth compartments and sleeping 3rd class) - save one night on accommodation. Additional carriages - first you travel as a part of one train, then cars added to another train. The train arrives right in the city center, where you can immediately take a subway Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Riga Airport? Getting to/from train station by public transport see here Note! Usual taxi cost about 10€, also you can take a fixed price transfer
The train has departures daily in both directions. Adult price starts from 66€ (class 2) and 36€ (3rd). Ticket sale is available up to 60 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
FROM LATVIA TO RUSSIA BY RAIL
Riga - Moscow
Duration of the trip by Latvian Express train between Riga and Moscow is approx 16½ hours. This is a night train (business class car with double bed compartments, coaches with 4 or 2-berth compartments, sleeping 3rd class and sitting car) - save one night on accommodation. Latvian Express arrives right in the city center Maybe you are planning a trip to Russia through Riga Airport? Getting to/from train station by public transport see here Note! Usual taxi cost about 10€, also you can take a fixed price transfer
The train has departures daily in both directions. Adult price (class 2) starts from 101€. Ticket sale is available up to 60 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
VERY IMPORTANT! Entry to Russia from Republic of Belarus is prohibited!

Unfortunately now, due to disagreements between the governments of Russia and the Republic of Belarus, entry to the Russian Federation from the territory of the Republic of Belarus and back by any means of transport other than airplanes is possible only for citizens of these countries.

Even if you have an Russian entry visa (or you not need a visa), you will be denied entry to Russia from the territory of the Republic of Belarus or back. Do not buy train or bus tickets, the route of which begins or passes on the territory of the Republic of Belarus!

There are no official ground border points between the Republic of Belarus and Russia (with one exception - see below) - it`s impossible to put an entry stamp in passport. Even if you manage to enter Russia from Belarus or back (often there is no control), then this will be considered an illegal border crossing and when leaving Russia you will receive a large penalty and a ban on entry to Russia up to 5 years.

Enter to Russia legally from Belarus is possible only by plane or using our lifehack
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HOW TO ENTER RUSSIA FROM BELARUS
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✔ From Minsk to Moscow or St Petersburg by airplane

Important! When using direct flights between Belarus and Russia, foreigners cannot use a visa-free regime to enter Belarus! Entry to Russia from Belarus (flights from/to Minsk) for foreign citizens is possible only with a valid visa (in addition to a visa to enter Russia) of the Republic of Belarus! Besides, require Russian border officers an entry and exit stamps in the passport!

✔ The second way for those who are in a difficult situation. Currently, it is a single legal way to enter Russia from Belarus by ground.

The only legal ground border crossing point from Belarus to Russia is called "Three Sisters" (the borders of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine in one point). View on the map

What you need to do to get for example to Moscow through 'Three Sisters'

1) Take a train, bus (or taxi ~120 USD in BYN) to the city of Gomel (Homiel, train station)

2) Take a taxi to Novozybkov, Russia through 'Three sisters'
(no public transport on this route ~70USD in BYN or RUR).
Ask taxi driver in Russian 'NAVAZYBKAF CHEREZ TRI SESTRY' or show him this phrase НОВОЗЫБКОВ (вокзал) - ОБЯЗАТЕЛЬНО ЧЕРЕЗ ТРИ СЕСТРЫ - НЕОБХОДИМО ПРОЙТИ ПАСПОРТНЫЙ КОНТРОЛЬ
Travel time approx 2,5 hours + 2 borders

3) Important! Require border officers an exit (Belarus) and entry (Russia) stamp in the passport!
4) Take a direct train from Novozybkov to Moscow
5) Need accomodation? Look here Minsk Gomel Novozybkov

Good luck!
HOW TO ENTER BELARUS FROM RUSSIA

Visa-free entry to Belarus and exit from are legal only through the Minsk airport!

IMPORTANT! Even the presence of visas of Russia and Belarus does not give the right to cross the Russian-Belarusian ground state border (with one exception - see above).

If first you arrived to Russia through official border crossing points, then you have a small chance to border crossing from Russia to Belarus by train or bus (sometimes no border control). However remember, that formally it is still a violation of the law (see above). In addition, if you leave Belarus to a third country, then formally it will be considered that you did not leave Russia (no official ground border crossing points between Russia and Belarus - no Russian exit stamp).

Also, when leaving Russia to Belarus by ground, you will not be able to legally return to Russia. Currently, there is a only one legal way (border crossing point) to enter Russia from Belarus or back by ground - see above.

Through Russia by train

See also - COMMUTER TRAINS
Traveling by train is a great adventure, where you will discover the real Russia. Ticket sale is available up to 90 - 120 days prior to the departure, depending on direction and the type of train. Book early for cheap flights!

Also, that you have only good memories, please learn types of Russian trains and railcars, read the rules and follow our advices. If you have any questions - the answers are here. Have a nice trip!

SAPSAN high speed, night, long distance trains

From Moscow by train to

most popular railway routes
click button to see detailed information and book tickets
GOOD TO KNOW
TWO CAPITALS OF RUSSIA BY RAIL
Moscow - St Petersburg
Many people choose a train, because airports are located far from the city center (especially in Moscow), but trains, incl high-speed, arrive at the city center of Moscow and St Petersburg
You have a choice between 'Sapsan' day express trains (travel time is no more than 4 hours - click to get detailed info about train) and night sleeping trains (so you can save on accommodation). How to choose the type of train and cars read here

Ticket sale is available up to 90 - 120 days prior to the departure, depending on the type of train. Book early for cheap flights!
To see timetable and price only for Sapsan trains, after selecting the date, click Sapsan in the filter menu Train and Carrier
FROM MOSCOW BY TRAIN TO
Kazan & Nizhny Novgorod
Russia is not only Moscow and St Petersburg! A visit to authentic cities on great Russian Volga river is a best way to explore real Russia, not very far from the capital. It can also be your first overstop in a big Trans-Siberian adventure between Moscow, Baikal Lake and Vladivostok.

You have a choice between day express trains and night sleeping trains - so you can save on accommodation in Kazan and Nizhny Novgorod

How to choose the type of train and cars read here
Ticket sale is available up to 90days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights! Find tickets from Moscow to
TRANS-SIBERIAN EXPRESS
Moscow - Vladivostok
If you need to get to Vladivostok and nothing more, then this is not your thing - six days on the way is too much. This train is for those who want to explore almost all of big Russia from west to east. Our advice is to plan your trip and make a few overstops in the cities you like. Highly likely™, you will have a trip of at least three weeks in length. Be sure to include in the program Irkutsk and Baikal Lake
Useful advice - try to replace the hotels with night trains.

Ticket sale is available up to 90 days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights! Don`t forget about accomodation and return air ticket
Good luck!
BETWEEN MOSCOW AND ST PETERSBURG BY
High-speed 'Sapsan' train
Sapsan (Russian version of the Siemens Velaro train) is the fastest and most modern train in Russia. This train has more than 12 departures daily from Moscow and from St Petersburg. Journey lasts no more than 4 hours.

Note! If you want to save on accommodation in Moscow or St. Petersburg, it is better to choose one of the night (sleeping) trains. Ticket sale is available up to 90 (120 for summer) days prior to the departure. Book early for cheap flights!
To see timetable and price only for Sapsan trains, after selecting the date, click ☑ Sapsan in the filter menu Train and Carrier

Usually the Sapsan train contain 10 (or 20 - 2x10) carriages. 1 first-class car, 1 business-class car, 7 economy-class cars and 1 eatery car. Please note that the same type of the carriage may differ in the level of service and price accordingly. How to distinguish? Pay attention for the binary code (digit+letter) after type of railcar.

Difference of Economy class -
2P (Standard) - light snacks included in the ticket price.
2C (Economy) - 2P + press
2B (Economy+) - 2C + meal pack (possible to select type), passengers with infants, free Wi-Fi
2E (Bistro car) - Seat in eatery car + free meal voucher (incl 2000₽)

Business class (1C)
Leather chairs, sockets between chairs, video broadcasting. Meal, bewerages, newspapers, wi-fi, business lounges at the stations are for free.

First class (1B)
1C + chairs with remote control, socket and reading lamp for each seat, individual entertainment system

Conference compartment (1P)
1B + private room for 4 passengers, view to pilots cockpit.

Detailed info about railcars of Sapsan train

Types of Russian trains

TYPES OF TRAINS
In Russia, the class of long distance trains depends on the average speed on the route. Please ckeck train number (flight number) before buying tickets.

Ordinary trains
Flight numbers 301-698. Average speed on the route less than 50 km/h - multiple and long stops.
Fast trains
Flight numbers 001-298. Average speed on the route from 50 to 90 km/h - multiple, but short stops.
Express trains
Flight numbers 701-750. Average speed on the route is above 90 km/h (usually 150 km/h) - a few short stops.
High-speed trains
Flight numbers 751-788. The average speed on the highway is at least 150 km/h - almost without stops.

Besides (regardless of train speed), there are so-called branded trains - in addition to the flight number, the train has a name. In such trains, service level is somewhat higher than in regular.

Detailed info about 'Sapsan' high-speed train between Moscow and St Petersburg
TYPES OF RAILCARS
For Russians - trains are the most popular way to travel through country. Due to the large distances between cities, night trains are the most common. Therefore, Russian trains consist mostly of sleeping rail cars (with the exception of high-speed trains, eg. 'Sapsan' - only sitting carriages of the 2nd and 1st classes). Want to know more

The type of cars and rules for passengers do not always coincide with European or American conditions. The main rule in Russian trains is - almost all types of rail cars (with the exception of the most expensive ones, eg. De Luxe), are hostels on wheels. Sold individual places and not the whole compartment. The cabins are shared with other travelers. Sometimes (not always) you can choose a cabin for women only. If you would like to travel without other passengers at the same compartment, must to buy all vacant places in the cabin.

On the Russian railways, the following four types of carriages are widespread. Find out how they differ from each other and your journey will turn into an interesting adventure and acquaintance with Russian traditions!
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Sitting
3rd class
1st class
2nd class
Sitting car
This is the cheapest travel option. But be careful - in fact there are several classes of sitting railcars in long distance trains! Check type of sitting carriage before buying tickets! Pay attention to the digit in the binary code after the type of car. For example, could it be 1C, 2P, 3E and others

1 - Rows of seats 2 + 1 - up to 48 seats
2 - Rows of seats 2 + 2 - up to 68 seats
3 - Rows of seats 2 + 3 or 3 + 3 - over 68 seats

Digits 1 and 2 (sitting 1st and 2nd classes carriages - usually high speed trains Sapsan train between Moscow and St Petersburg) are similar to business and comfort airplane seats. 3rd cl. cars can be similar to economy airplane seats. But! There can also be the simplest seats as on commuter trains. In some regional trains, a sleeping 3rd class can be used as a sitting car, where up to 3 passengers can be accommodated on a berth.

Our recommendation is no more than 5-6 hrs travel in such a carriage. This is a good option for a trip by day express, for example from Moscow to St. Petersburg or Nizhny Novgorod or short distances. Look at the diagram and the real photo to know more.
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Types of Russian trains, rail cars and cabins. Sitting 4th class carriages
Sleeping 3rd class
In Russian - 'PLATSKART'. The cheapest and because most popular sleeping carriage. For Russians. Imagine 9 six-bed (three bunk beds) mixed dormitory rooms which there are no doors and screens, two toilets and hot water point - this is the Russian 3rd class sleeping coach

Note! Not only teens and backpackers travel in these cars - absolutely everything, incl seniors. Therefore, it is good to know not only the official rules, but also informal - ones, the most important of which is to make friends with fellow travelers.

Our recommendation is no more than one night in such a carriage. Alas, road romance ends quickly. Berths no 1, 2, and 35-54 are shorter by 15 cm. Look at the diagram and the real photo to know more.
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Types of Russian trains, rail cars and cabins. Sleepping 3rd class (4+2 berth compartment without door)
Sleeping 2nd class
In Russian - 'KOU-PE'. 4-berth (two bunk beds) mixed or for woman only closed cabins. Usually 9 cabins and two toilets. No sold whole compartment - individual places only. Want to travel without other passengers? Must to buy all vacant places in the cabin.

The best combination of price and quality. In branded trains, inside cabins may be (not always) LCD TV, Wi-Fi. Also a higher level of service may be offered. Absolutely everything types of travelers use these cars - teens, families, seniors. Therefore, it is good to know not only the official rules, but also informal - ones, the most important of which is to make friends with fellow travelers.

Our recommendation is no more than two nights in such a carriage, with the exception of special routes (eg. Trans-Siberian). Too long and unprofitable. Cabin no 9 (seats 32-36) are close to WC. Look at the diagram, the real photo and also 3-D tour to know more.
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Types of Russian trains, rail cars and cabins. Sleepping 2nd class (4-berth compartment)
Sleeping 1st class
In Russian - 'ES-VE'. 2-berth (two lower beds or 1 bunk bed) mixed or for woman only closed cabins. Usually 9 cabins and two toilets. No sold whole compartment - individual places only. Want to travel without other passenger? Must to buy all places in the cabin.

The best option for two friends or for a small family. If you travel alone, then buy second place and make a VIP trip. Or learn formal and informal rules - ones, the most important of which is to make friend with fellow traveler. In branded trains, inside cabins may be (not always) LCD TV, Wi-Fi, Shower. Also a higher level of service may be offered, for example meal and drinks for free. Because of expensive cost - there will be no noisy teens and large families.

Our recommendation is no more than two nights in such a carriage, with the exception of special routes (eg. Trans-Siberian). Too long and unprofitable. Cabin no 9 (seats 17-18) are close to WC. Look at the diagram, the real photo and also 3-D tour to know more.
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Types of Russian trains, rail cars and cabins. Sleepping 1st class (2-berth compartment)
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Tickets
You can buy a ticket at self-service terminals. Machines have an English-speaking interface.
If you have any difficulties - contact the special assistants or the cashier. Just say the name of the destination, type of train or depart time, the number and type (one way / round trip) of tickets.
How to ask in Russian

The passenger must always have a ticket - even when exiting the train. The stations have barriers, so you can not leave without a ticket - you will have to buy a special penalty pass. But there is also a small bonus - the entrance to the toilets at the stations (often paid) upon presentation of the ticket is free.

Suburban & regional trains

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Cost of travel
The fare depends on the distance traveled. You can calculate the cost here
Note! The fare in express trains called Lastochka (in English - Swallow) and also in comfortable trains may be higher than in ordinary commuter trains. If so, then tickets purchased at the fare for ordinary trains, including round-trip tickets are not valid in express and comfortable trains.
Study the schedule before buying tickets. Express and comfortable trains are marked with an asterisk ★ or letter K.

In this case, we recommend buying one-way tickets only or round-trip tickets right away at the rate of express/comfort trains - they are valid everywhere and not much more expensive.

By cash
You can always buy a ticket for cash at cashbox, self-service ticket machines or on board. Note! When purchasing a ticket on board, an additional fee may be charged.

By credit card
Payment for travel is possible by cards MasterCard and Visa - at ticket offices and self-service ticket machines only. Payment by cards on board of local trains is not possible.

By smartphone and other gadgets
If you have a device synchronized with your Visa or MasterCard, you can pay for travel on suburban train in the same way as for holders of 'plastic'

Travelling with children
Сhildren under the age of 7 (regardless of citizenship) always travel free when accompanied by a adult passenger with a ticket. You must have a document to prove the child's age. Children under the age of 7 are not allowed to travel unaccompanied.

Note! If you travel on a suburban train with children under 7 years old - you must get a free ticket at the ticket office at the station or on board the train. Discounts for children over seven years are valid only for Russian citizens, all the others must buy a ticket for the full cost.

Discounts for students, teens and seniors

Discounts for children over seven years, students and seniors are valid only for Russian citizens, all the others must buy a ticket for the full cost.

Penalties

If you buy a ticket on board, in addition to a single-journey ticket you must pay a special fee (except for boarding at stations without a ticket office). If the conductor was not on the train or you lost the ticket, you will have to pay a penalty pass at the destination station.

If you don't pay the penalty fare, you can be arrested by the police

How to say it in Russian?
See here
Schedule
Unfortunately, the website where you can get the schedule of suburban trains is available in Russian only. But, this is not a problem - we will help you!

1) First, open tutu.ru/prigorod website

2) Next, enter in the first field (Откуда) the departure station in Russian.
Enter the destination station in the second field (Куда).
About how to do it - just below. If you need to reverse direction - click arrow between fields.

3) Select a date. If you need a schedule for today (Сегодня), then do not enter anything in the third field.

4) Click on "Показать расписание" (Show schedule)
Almost done!

The first three values - departure time, arrival time and travel time.
Next the direction is indicated (train departure station and ending station).
In addition, cost of ticket is indicated on the right. If it is express train - on the left there will be an asterisk and word in Russian 'Ласточка'.

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How to correctly enter station names in Russian?

  • Copy and paste in the appropriate fields the station names (bold font)
  • Click on the name of the station in the drop-down list (if your browser showed it)
  • Select the date and click 'Show schedule' (see points 3 and 4 above)

for travel to / from Moscow
see station list here

for travel to / from St Petersburg
see station list here

region of Sochi (south of Russia)
see station list here

Have a nice trip!
transliteration in Russian letters of
COMMUTER STATIONS FROM / TO
Moscow
  • Copy and paste in the appropriate fields the station names (bold font)
  • Click on the name of the station in the drop-down list (if your browser showed it)
  • or just click on the route and select a date
more info

COMMUTER TRAINS TO-FROM AIRPORTS

Domodedovo DME Airport
Moscow -
'Paveletskiy vokzal' - Москва Павелецкая
or 'Verkhnie Kotly' (change to Subway lines 9, 14)
- Верхние Котлы
or 'Nizhniye Kotly' (change to Subway lines 9, 14
not for AeroExpress trains)
- Нижние Котлы

Domodedovo DME Airport -
'Aeroport Domodedovo' - Аэропорт Домодедово

Attention! Make no mistake! There are stations with similar names - Domodedovo and Aeroport Domodedovo. Choose trains in the direction and also to end station Aeroport Domodedovo (in Russian - Аэропорт Домодедово).
Please note! In addition to ★Aeroexpress trains, there are several flights of ordinary cheap trains. Regular tickets are not valid on Aeroexpress trains! Remember our warning above!
More about AeroExpress

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Sheremetyevo SVO Airport
Moscow -
'Belorussky vokzal' - Москва Белорусская
or 'Okruzhnaya' (change to Subway lines 10, 14)
- Окружная

Sheremetyevo SVO Airport -
'Aeroport Sheremetyevo' - Аэропорт Шереметьево

More about AeroExpress

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Vnukovo VKO Airport
Moscow -
'Kievskiy vokzal' - Москва Киевская
Vnukovo VKO Airport -
'Aeroport Vnukovo' - Аэропорт Внуково

Attention! Make no mistake! There are stations with similar names - Vnukovo, Pl. Aeroport (Vnukovo) and Aeroport Vnukovo. Choose only AeroExpress trains in the direction and also to end station 'Aeroport Vnukovo' (in Russian - Аэропорт Внуково).
More about AeroExpress

INTERESTING THINGS OUTSIDE MOSCOW

for travel to Sergiev Posad
Moscow -
'Yaroslavskiy vokzal' - Москва Ярославская
Sergiev Posad -
'Sergiyev Posad' - Сергиев Посад

for travel to MAKS Airshow

Moscow -
'Kazanskiy vokzal' - Москва Казанская
MAKS Airshow (station 'Otdyh' - Zhukovskiy town)
'Otdyh' - Отдых (Жуковский)

for travel to Air Force Museum
Moscow -
'Yaroslavskiy vokzal' - Москва Ярославская
Air Force Museum (station 'Monino')
'Monino' - Монино

To find schedule and tickets to the cities of Vladimir, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ryazan, Tula, Tver, Ostashkov (Lake Seliger) and others - see long-distance trains

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SUBURBAN STATIONS FROM / TO
Saint Petersburg
  • Copy and paste in the appropriate fields the station names (bold font)
  • Click on the name of the station in the drop-down list (if your browser showed it)
  • or just click on the route and select a date
more info

for travel to Peterhof

St Petersburg -
'Baltiyskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Балт
Peterhof -
'Novyy Petergof' - Новый Петергоф

for travel to Oranienbaum
St Petersburg -
'Baltiyskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Балт
Oranienbaum -
'Oranienbaum 1' - Ораниенбаум-1

for travel to Gatchina
St Petersburg -
'Baltiyskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Балт
Gatchina -
'Gatchina Baltiyskaya' - Гатчина Балтийская

for travel to Tsarskoe Selo
St Petersburg -
'Vitebskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Вит
or 'Kupchino' - Купчино
Tsarskoe Selo -
'Tsarskoye Selo' - Царское Село

for travel to Pavlovsk

St Petersburg -
'Vitebskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Вит
or 'Kupchino' - Купчино
Pavlovsk -
'Pavlovsk' - Павловск

for travel to Vyborg
St Petersburg -
'Finlyandskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Фин
or 'Udelnaya' - Удельная
Vyborg
'Vyborg' - Выборг

for travel to Lenin`s museum
St Petersburg -
'Finlyandskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Фин
or 'Staraya Derevnya' - Старая деревня
Lenin`s museum -
'Tarkhovka' - Тарховка

for travel to Veliky Novgorod
St Petersburg -
'Moskovskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Главн
Veliky Novgorod -
'Novgorod-na-Volkhove' - Новгород Великий

for travel to Pskov
St Petersburg -
'Baltiyskiy vokzal' - Санкт-Петербург-Балт
Pskov -
'Pskov Passazhirskiy' - Псков-Пасс
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transliteration in Russian letters of
SUBURBAN STATIONS FROM / TO
Sochi
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Sochi -
'Sochi' - Сочи (Крас. край)

Sochi (Adler) Airport -
'Airport Sochi (Adler)' - Аэропорт (Сочи)

Adler -
'Adler' - Адлер (Крас. край)

Olympic Village -
'Olympic Village' - Олимпийская деревня (Крас. край)

Olympic Park -
'Imeretinskiy Kurort' - Имеретинский Курорт

Mountain center 'Roza Khutor' -
'Roza Khutor Station' - Роза Хутор

Mountain center 'Krasnaya Polyana' -
'Esto-Sadok Station' - Эсто-Садок

Khosta -
'Khosta' - Хоста (Крас. край)

Matsesta -
'Matsesta' - Мацеста (Крас. край)

Dagomys -
'Dagomys' - Дагомыс (Крас. край)

Lazarevskaya -
'Lazarevskaya' - Лазаревская (Крас. край)

Tuapse
'Tuapse' - Туапсе-Пасс

Krasnodar -
'Krasnodar - 1' - Краснодар-1
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