Popular Russian train destinations
The most popular in Russia is, of course, the Moscow-Petersburg railway route, on which dozens of trains run daily, including high-speed Sapsans and comfortable night sleeping trains. Besides, tourists from Moscow most often travel by train to Kazan, and travelers from St. Petersburg most often take a train to ancient Veliky Novgorod. You can easily find tickets for any of the rail routes within Russia at our website.
Europe – Russia trains
From Europe to Russia by train – a crazy idea, you say? We say it is a perfect way to travel for those who are afraid of planes or dreaming about the new travel experience. Also, for some routes, for example, from Helsinki to Saint-Petersburg, the train trip is even more convenient option than flight. Whichever itinerary you choose, for a prepared tourist such a trip will be a rich and tireless source of unforgettable impressions. Please read our article to learn which European countries you can reach by train from Russia.
Golden Ring route by train
The cities of the Golden Ring are real historical monuments, authentic open-air museums. This is a classic route for everyone who wants to get acquainted with architectural and historical monuments, while escaping from the bustle of the capital, plunging into the leisurely and simplicity of a real Russian province. Sergiev Posad, Rostov, Yaroslavl, Kostroma, Ivanovo, Vladimir - these cities of the Golden Ring can be reached by train.
Trans-Siberian train routes
The Trans-Siberian Railway, the longest railway in the world (9,289 km), connects Moscow with Vladivostok. It takes a week to drive from Moscow to Vladivostok. There are two more railway lines branching from the Trans-Siberian Railway: the Trans-Manchurian highway leads to the Chinese cities of Harbin and Changchun, and the Trans-Mongolian route winds through the Mongolian border towns and then leads to Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia.