Arriving in Moscow by Train
Moscow has eight
major train stations. All are served by the Moscow Metro and located near the center of
Most stations are connected by the metro's
loop line. Taxis are readily available outside most stations.
If you're on an international train, you'll
go through customs when you cross the border, not at the station.
Serves Kalliningrad, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Germany, the Czech Republic and some
trains to Latvia.
Address : 7 Tverskaya Zastava Ploshchad
Phone : 251-6093, 973-8191
Serves Central Asia, Ryzan, Ufa, Samara and Novorossiisk.
Address: 2 Komsomolskaya Ploshchad
Serves Western Ukraine and Southeastern Europe.
Address: Ploshchad Kievskogo Vokzala
Serves Southern Russia, Caucasus region, Eastern Ukraine, and Crimea.
Address: 29 Ul. Zemlyanoi Val
Phone: 916-2003, 917-3152
Serves Estonia, Finland, St. Petersburg and northwestern Russia.
Address: 3 Komsomolskaya Ploshchad
Serves Voronezh, Tambov, Volgograd and Astrakhan.
Address: 1 Paveletskaya Ploshchad
Serves some trains to Latvia.
Address: 79/3 Rizhskaya Ploshchad
Serves Kostroma, Cherepovets and some trains to Vologda.
Address: Ploshchad Savyolovskogo Vokzala
Serves Siberia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia and China.
Address: 5 Komsomolskaya Ploshchad
Phone: 921-5914/0817, 262-9271