How to travel by railways: Moscow
Travel by railways in Russia    Very frequently our users ask us about number of railway stations ("vokzal" in Russian language), located in Moscow city. Now you can find 9 large basic railway stations in Moscow. Each of them has the name of a geographical direction, where the passengers departures. For example, trains departure to Ukraine (with country capital name Kiev) has the name Kiev railway station, in a direction of Kazan - Kazanskaia railway station.
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Moscow Belorusskaia:
  The basic directions of a movement from this station - Belarus region and transit trains to Europe through territory of Belarus (Germany, Czech republic direction).
Metro metro "Belorusskaya"

Main directions:

Belarus:
  • Minsk Pas
  • Smolensk
  • Brest
  • Gomel
Europe:
  • Warszawa Centralna
  • Koeln Hbf
  • Berlin-lichtenberg
  • Praha Hl.n.
  • Kaliningrad Pass
Moscow Iaroslavskaia:
  Train movement directions: long distance trains through whole Russia to western coast (by Transib ) - Pekin, Vladivostok.
Metro metro "Komsomolskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Vladivostok
  • Irkutsk
  • Archangelsk
  • Novosibirsk
  • Sverdlovsk
  • Habarovsk
  • Vorkuta
  • Krasnoiarsk
East, Asia:
  • Pekin
  • Ulan-bator
Moscow Kazanskaia:
  Train movement directions: trains following to south of Russia, and forward to eastern part of the country.
Metro metro "Komsomolskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Adler
  • Alma-ata 2
  • Barnaul
  • Cheliabinsk
  • Gorkii (N. Novgorod)
  • Rostov
  • Kislovods
  • Samara
  • Sverdlovsk
  • Tashkent
  • Tiumen
  • Toliatti
Moscow Kievskaia:
  Train movement directions: all trains to the territory of Ukraine and transit in Europe. Metro metro "Kievskaya"

Main directions:

Ukraine:
  • Evpatoria
  • Kaluga
  • Kiev
  • Kishineu (Mold.)
  • Lvov
  • Odessa
  • Simferopol
  • Ujgorod
Europe:
  • Budapest-Keleti
  • Sofia
Moscow Kurskaia:
  Train movement directions: South of Russia and Ukraine, Black Sea coast, Crimea. If you'd like to visit Black Sea - you should use this railway station to departure.
Metro metro "Kurskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Adler
  • Belgorod
  • Gorkij (N. Novgorod)
  • Kislovodsk
  • Mineralnye Vody
Ukraine(Crimea):
  • Dnepropetrovsk
  • Doneck
  • Harkov
  • Evpatoria
  • Sevastopol
  • Simferopol
  • Kerch
Moscow Oktiabrskaia:
  Train movement directions: main route to Saint -Petersburg, Murmansk and transit to Scandinavian countries.
Metro metro "Komsomolskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Sankt-Peterburg
  • Petrozavodsk
  • Murmansk
  • Pskov
Baltic:
  • Helsinki
  • Tallinn
Moscow Paveleckaia:
  Train movement directions: Central part of Russia, West-South part of Ukraine, Baltic countries.
Metro metro "Paveletskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Astrahan
  • Baku
  • Doneck
  • Rostov
  • Saratov
  • Volgograd
  • Voronej
Moscow Rijskaia:
  Train movement directions: Baltic countries.
Metro metro "Rizhskaya"

Main directions:

Baltic:
  • Riga Pas
  • Velikie Luki
Moscow Savelovskaia:

Metro metro "Savelovskaya"

Main directions:

Russia:
  • Dubna

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