"Eight Train Stations" By Train Tip by tini58de

By Train, Moscow: 36 reviews and 51 photos

  Yaroslavl train station
by tini58de

There are eight train stations in Moscow and you have to be sure to pick the right one - depending on where/which direction you want to go:

Belarus Train Station:
Long-distance trains to the Western and South-Western directions of Russia and abroad

Kazan Train Station:
Long-distance trains to the South, East, South-East of Russia, Kazakhstan and Middle Asia

Kiev Train Station:
Long distance trains to the West and South-West of Russia and abroad

Kursk Train Station:
Long-distance trains to the South-West and South of Russia and the former Soviet Union.

Leningrad Train Station:
Long distance trains to the North-West of Russia and abroad.

Pavelets Train Station

Riga Train Station

Yaroslavl Train Station:
Yaroslavl Station is the terminus for trains to and from northern European Russia, Siberia, Mongolia and China.

Yaroslavl Train Station was built just after the turn of the century in Style Moderne, with elements of Tartar architecture bizarrely combined. This was the trainstation that we left from both times on the Transsiberian Railway.

Mode: TO
Type: Train

Review Helpfulness: 1.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Sep 4, 2006
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