Train #79/80 operates on the St. Petersburg - Kaliningrad route. It also makes a short stop in Vilnius. It covers 1327 km and goes through 3 countries: Russia, Belarus and Lithuania. There are 2nd class and 3rd class carriages in this train. NOTE: Since the train crosses Belarus, you may need Belarus transit visa for the trip.
Train #001/002 Belarus is an overnight train running daily between Moscow and Minsk. The train is operated by Belarus Railways. It covers 750 km in 9 hours. 1st and 2nd class carriages are available. The restaurant car offers a wide range of meals that passengers can purchase with cash or credit card.
Lybid is a fast train with an increased level of service operating on the Saint Petersburg to Kiev route. The train has first and second-class carriages and a restaurant car. As the train runs through Belarus, a Belarus transit visa may be required for the trip. Border crossing formalities are carried out in the train during the trip.
The Moscow – Berlin – Paris train covers the distance of 2740 km it 3017 km (depending on direction) and goes through 5 countries: Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France. This is a fast train with an increased level of service called a "firmenny" train. In 2015, all carriages were replaced with those of the new RIC modification. Three types of carriages are available on this train: VIP 1st class, regular 1st class and 2nd class carriages.
Polonez is a fast train operating on the Moscow to Warsaw route. The Polonez train covers 1316 km in 18 hours. Its maximum speed is 200 kmh. 1st and 2nd class cabins are available on the train. On the Moscow - Brest - Moscow leg of the journey the train has a bistro car.
The Moscow - Berlin Strizh train runs through 4 countries: Russia, Belarus, Poland, and Germany and covers a distance of 1900 km. The train departs twice a week: on Saturday and Sunday from Moscow and on Sunday and Monday from Berlin. It travels through Smolensk, Orsha, Minsk, Brest, Terespol, Warsaw, Poznan, Rzepin and Frankfurt (Oder). Each train has 20 Carriages.
The Vltava train is a fast train operating on the Moscow to Prague route 1-3 times a week depending on the season. The train covers 2095 km in 27 hours and goes through 3 countries: Russia, Belarus, and Czech Republic. 1st and 2nd class cabins are available.
The branded Yantar train #029/030 has operated on the Moscow – Kaliningrad route since 1961. It runs daily and covers 1285 km in 20 hours. The train crosses 3 countries: Russia, Belarus and Lithuania. The train has first, second and third-class carriages and a nice dining car with a special menu for passengers. NOTE: As the train runs through Belarus, a Belarus transit visa is required for the trip. Border crossing formalities are carried out in the train during the trip. Passengers traveling with e-visas to Kaliningrad cannot enter or exit Russia using this train!
Zvyazda Train runs between Minsk and St. Petersburg every day. It covers 864 km in 13 hours. The train has 1st, 2nd and 3rd class carriages. Some tickets come with meals. There is also a restaurant on this train and you can order meals to your compartment.
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