MOSCOW RAILWAY STATIONS

There are 9 railway stations (vokzals) in Moscow. All of them are located in the centre of Moscow, mostly along Koltsevaya (Circle) Line or one stop from it at most. Map is here http://goo.gl/NoMDXa

Leningradsky Vokzal m. Komsomolskaya, Moscow Oct/Oktiabrskaya on RZhD site,

connects Moscow with Saint-Petersburg, Pskov, Veliky Novgorod (Novgorod-Na-Volhove), Murmansk, Petrozavodsk, Helsinki, Tallin.

Regional (Suburban) trains depart to Tver, Zelenograd (Kriukovo), Solnechnogorsk (Podsolnechnaia), Klin. Full list in Russian is here http://www.tutu.ru/08.php

Beside this station is Moscow Kalanchevskaia stop.

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Yaroslavsky Vokzalm. Komsomolskaya, Moscow Yar/Iaroslavskaia,

connects Moscow with Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Vologda, Arkhangelsk, Perm (Perm 2), Ekaterinburg (+ Passajirs), Vorkuta, Syktyvkar, Omsk (+ pass), Novosibirsk, Kemerovo, Krasnoiarsk, Novy Urengoy (Novyi Urengoy), Irkutsk, Chita, Khabarovsk (Habarovsk), Vladivostok, Beijing (Pekin), Ulan-Bator.

Regional trains to Pushkino, Sergiev Posad, Aleksandrov (+1). Full list in Russian is here http://www.tutu.ru/10.php

Beside this station is Moscow Kalanchevskaia stop.

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Kazansky Vokzalm. Komsomolskaya, Moscow Kaz/Kazanskaia,

connects Moscow with Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod (Nizhnyi Novgorod), Cheboksary, Kazan, Yoshkar-Ola (Ioshkar-Ola), Ufa, Ekaterinburg (+ Passajirs), Chelyabinsk (Cheliabinsk Glavnyi), Omsk (+ pass), Novosibirsk, Ulan-Ude, Barnaul, Ryazan (Riazan), Samara, Voronezh (Voronej), Penza, Astrakhan (Astrahan 1), Novorossiysk, Rostov-na-Donu (Rostov Gl), Sochi, Adler, the Crimea.

Regional trains to Lyubertsy (Liubercy 1), Egoryevsk (Egorevsk 2), Shatura, Kolomna. Full list in Russian is here http://www.tutu.ru/02.php

Beside this station is Moscow Kalanchevskaia stop.

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Kursky Vokzalm. Kurskaya, Moskva Kur/Kurskaia,

connects Moscow with Kursk, Tula, Oryol,Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod, Kharkov (Harkov), Grozny, Abkhazia (Suhum).

Regional trains to Pavlovsky Posad (Pavlovskii Posad), Orekhovo-Zuevo (Orehovo-Zuevo), Petushki, Tula. Full list in Russian you will find here http://www.tutu.ru/01.php and http://www.tutu.ru/04.php

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Paveletsky Vokzalm. Paveletskaya, Moskva Pav/Paveleckaia,

connects Moscow with Voronezh (Voronej), Volgograd (+ 1 pass), Astrakhan (Astrahan 1), Stavropol.

Regional trains to Mikhnevo (Mihnevo), Ozherelye (Ojerele), Uzunovo, Kashira (Kashira Passajirskaia). Full list is here http://www.tutu.ru/03.php

From here you can get to the Domodedovo airport on Aeroexpress train.

Kievsky Vokzalm. Kievskaya, Moskva Kiv/Kievskaia,

connects Moscow with Kiev, Kaluga, Bryansk (Briansk), Odessa, Chisinau (Kishineu), Budapest, Belgrad (Beograd).

Regional trains to Aprelevka, Obninsk (Obninskoe), Maloyaroslavets (Maloiaroslavec). Full list is here http://www.tutu.ru/05.php

From here you can get to the Vnukovo airport on Aeroexpress train.

Belorussky Vokzalm. Belorusskaya, Moskva Bel/Belorusskaia,

connects Moscow with Prague (Praha Hl N), Vienna (Wien), Paris, Minsk, Smolensk, Kaliningrad (this train passes Lithuania), Rybinsk, Vilnius, Brest, Warsaw (Warszawa).

Regional trains to Mozhaysk (Mojaisk), Golitsyno (Golicyno) Full list you will find here http://www.tutu.ru/06.php

From here you can get to the Sheremetyevo airport on Aeroexpress train.

Savyolovsky Vokzalm. Savyolovskaya, Moskva Sav/Savelovskaia,

Regional trains to Dmitrov, Dubna, Dolgoprudny (Dolgoprudnaia), Lobnya (Lobnia). Full list is here http://www.tutu.ru/09.php

Rizhsky Vokzal m. Rizhskaya, Moskva Rizh/Rizhskaia/Rijskaia,

connects Moscow with Riga and Velikie Luki.

Regional trains to Nakhabino (Nahabino), Dedovsk, Istra (Novoierusalimskaia), Volokolamsk. Full list you will find here http://www.tutu.ru/07.php

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