Russian Railways has expanded the list of routes from Moscow and St. Petersburg
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Russian Railways has expanded the list of routes from Moscow and St. Petersburg

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12-27-2021
 
Source: rzd.ru

Double-deck trains now run on 21 routes instead of 15, according to the national travel portal Russia.travel.

A comfortable double-deck train runs from Moscow  to Yoshkar-Ola, Orenburg and Ulyanovsk. And from St. Petersburg  to Belgorod, Anapa or Kostroma.

From now on, 18 trains will run on the Moscow - St. Petersburg route, which is three more than in the outgoing year. Also, the press service of Russian Railways reported that the number of high-speed trains throughout the country will increase to 69.7%: now there will be 425, not 420, reports Russia.travel.

According to the portal, ticket prices from Moscow to Yoshkar-Ola are from 2,179 rubles, to Orenburg - from 2,800 rubles, to Ulyanovsk - from 2,145 rubles.

The cost of a ticket from St. Petersburg to Belgorod - from 2,699 rubles, to Anapa - from 3,500 rubles; to Kostroma - from 1 846 rubles.

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