An additional train will connect Rostov and the Rosa Khutor mountain resort in Sochi

An additional train will connect Rostov and the Rosa Khutor mountain resort in Sochi

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This will make it possible, despite the increased passenger traffic, to comfortably get to the mountains for everyone.

«An additional train will leave Rostov-on-Don on November 3 at 21:45 and arrive at the Rosa Khutor station on November 4 at 10:26. On the way back from Rosa Khutor, passengers will be able to set off on November 7 at 18:17. Arrival in Rostov-on-Don - November 8 at 10:38», - according to the press service of the North Caucasus Railways.

The train will make stops at the stations Krasnodar-1, Goryachy Klyuch, Tuapse, Adler.

In addition, these days additional trains will run between Moscow and St. Petersburg, Kazan, Penza, Nizhny Novgorod, Saratov, Volgograd, Samara, Ufa, Belgorod and Orsk.

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