Nevsky Express train
Nevsky Express train schedule
|Route||Fastest trip||Number of trains||Price from|
|Moscow - St. Petersburg||4h 05m||1 train||12.35 $|
|St. Petersburg - Moscow||4h 05m||1 train||48.48 $|
Classes of cariages of the train Nevsky Express
Seating carriages have soft seats and folding tabels like on the plane. There are several classes of seating carriages, which differ depending on included services and seats arrangement.
Nevsky Express is one of the first Russian high-speed trains. It operates since 2001 and still stays one of the most convenient and fastest ways of moving between the two largest cities of Russia, St. Petersburg and Moscow. A good reputation of Nevsky Express train, which it earned during the years of operation, allows it to be a competitive alternative to the new high-speed train "Sapsan". Nevsky Express cruises year-round, daily (except for Saturdays from St. Petersburg, Sundays from Moscow) and runs without stops. The train consists of first and second class cars and a dining car. Most cars belong to the first class and consist of 6-seater compartments, arranged 3+3 face-to-face with a table between. The price includes meal. Some trains include also the second-class open-planned carriages with capacity of 68 seats. All cars are equipped with bio toilets and air conditioning. The restaurant car serves the passengers a wide range of hot dishes, snacks and drinks. Passengers can also order restaurant meals through a conductor with delivery to the compartment.
This train supports electronic registration. It means that a ticket which you receive by e-mail is already valid; a passenger should just print it and show on boarding along with the passport.