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.
See also: Moscow routes directions map [image link]
Moscow weather forecast [site link]
The basic directions of a movement from this station - Belarus
region and transit trains to Europe through territory of Belarus (Germany, Czech republic direction).
- Minsk Pas
- Warszawa Centralna
- Koeln Hbf
- Praha Hl.n.
- Kaliningrad Pass
Train movement directions: long distance trains through whole
Russia to western coast (by Transib ) - Pekin, Vladivostok.
Train movement directions: trains following to south
of Russia, and forward to eastern part of the country.
- Alma-ata 2
- Gorkii (N. Novgorod)
Train movement directions: all trains to the territory of Ukraine and transit in Europe.
- Kishineu (Mold.)
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.
- Gorkij (N. Novgorod)
- Mineralnye Vody
Train movement directions: main route to Saint -Petersburg,
Murmansk and transit to Scandinavian countries.
Train movement directions: Central part of Russia, West-South part of Ukraine, Baltic countries.
Train movement directions: Baltic countries.