INTERNATIONAL

There are several trains which connect Russia with other countries (ER – possible to buy a ticket on RzhD site http://goo.gl/JZzFmS):

 

  1. ParisBerlin – Moscow (39 hours) Stops: Hannover – Berlin – Warsaw – Brest – Minsk – Smolensk  ER http://goo.gl/Qnl7FI
  2. Nice – Moscow (48 hours) Stops: GenoaMilanVeronaInnsbruckViennaBohumin – Brest – Minsk – Smolensk ER http://goo.gl/qVmXRX
  3. Budapest – Moscow (37 hours) Stops: Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk
  4. Warsaw – Moscow (17,5 hours) Stops: Brest – Minsk – Smolensk ER
  5. Prague – Moscow (28 hours) Stops: Brest – Minsk – Smolensk ER http://goo.gl/HYUEdw
  6. Helsinki – Moscow (14 hours) ER http://3dtour.fpc.ru/ric/
  7. Helsinki – Saint-Petersburg (3,5 hours) Stops: Pasila – Tikkurila – Lahti – Kouvola – Vainikkala – Vyborg ER
  8. Tallin – Saint-Petersburg (6,5 hrs) (operated by GoRail) ER
  9. Tallin – Moscow (15hrs) (operated by GoRail) ER
  10. Riga – Moscow (16 hrs) ER
  11. Riga – Saint-Petersburg (15 hrs) ER
  12. Vilnius – Moscow (14 hrs) ER
  13. Vilnius – Saint-Petersburg (13,5 hrs) ER
  14. Minsk – Moscow (10 hrs) ER
  15. Minsk – Saint-Petersburg (13 hrs) ER
  16. Kiev – Moscow (12 hrs) ER
  17. Kiev – Saint-Petersburg (22,5 hrs) ER
  18. Chisinau – Moscow (29 hrs) ER
  19. Chisinau – Saint-Petersburg (37 hrs) ER
  20. Sofia – Moscow (50 hrs) Stops: Vadul Siret – Kiev – Bryansk ER
  21. Sukhumi – Moscow (44 hrs) ER
  22. Astana – Moscow (57 hrs) Stops: Kostanay – Chelyabinsk – Ufa – Samara – Ryazan ER
  23. Karagandy – Moscow (58,5 hrs) Stops: Astana – Petropavlovsk – Kurgan – Chelyabinsk – Ufa – Samara – Ryazan ER
  24. Beijing – Moscow (144 hours) Stops: Harbin – Zabajkalsk
  25. Beijing – Moscow (131 hours) Stops: Ulan-Bator – Naushki
  26. Suifenhe – Grodekovo (1,5 hours)
  27. Ulan-Bator – Moscow (99 hrs)

 

 

Non-change carriages:

  1. CZECH REPUBLIC

Prague – Saint-Petersburg (2 days) ER

Cheb – Moscow (34 hours) Stops: Brest – Minsk – Smolensk ER

2. AUSTRIA

Vienna – Saint-Petersburg (1,5 days) ER

Vienna – Moscow (28hrs) Stops: Bogumin – Brest – Minsk – Smolensk ER

3. SLOVENIA

Koper – Moscow (59 hrs) Stops: Budapest – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

4. BULGARIA

Burgas – Moscow (50 hrs) Stops: Vadul Siret – Kiev – Bryansk

Varna – Moscow (47 hrs) Stops: Vadul Siret – Kiev – Bryansk

Varna – Saint-Petersburg (62 hrs) Vadul Siret – Lviv – Minsk

5. SLOVAKIA

Bratislava – Moscow (41 hrs) Stops: Zilina – Kosice – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

Zvolen – Moscow (40 hrs) Stops: Kosice – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

Zilina – Moscow (40 hrs) Stops: Kosice – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

6. SERBIA

Belgrad – Moscow (48 hrs) Stops: Budapest – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

7. CROATIA

Split – Moscow (60 hrs) Stops: Zagreb – Budapest – Chop – Lviv – Kiev – Bryansk

8. MONGOLIA

Erdenet – Moscow (100 hrs) Stops: Salkhit – Darkhan – Naushki

Ulan-Bator – Irkutsk (32hrs) Stops: Naushki

9. CHINA

Manzhouli – Chita (15hrs)

10. NORTH KOREA

Pyongyang – Moscow (204 hrs) Stops: Khasan – Ussurijsk

Pyongyang – Khabarovsk (55 hrs) Stops: Khasan – Ussurijsk

Tumangang-dong – Moscow (167hrs) Stops: Khasan – Ussurijsk

 

 

 

You should type the names of the cities like this

Moscow – MOSKVA

Saint-Petersburg – SANKT-PETERBURG

Nice – NICE VILLE

Warsaw – WARSZAWA

Prague – PRAHA

Tallin – TALLINN

Sofia – SOFIIA

Beijing – PEKIN

Vienna – WIEN Westbahnhof

Belgrad – BEOGRAD

Chisinau – KISHINEU

 

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