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Train Timetable for St. Petersburg - Moscow Buy Train Tickets Online

First departure 01:05
Last departure 23:55
Trains per day 18 - 19
Price from 46.43 $
Fastest journey 3h 44m
Distance 631 km

St. Petersburg - Moscow train information

You can get from St. Petersburg to Moscow by train, the distance between the cities is about 631 km. You can check the available trains and actual ticket prices for the required departure date on our website: the sales usually start 90 days prior to departure.

Departure and arrival train stations

The route St. Petersburg - Moscow is mostly served by branded trains, which provide a certain level of comfort and range of services, bio toilets and air conditioning. In some cars the meals are included in the ticket price, passengers of other cars can order meals to their compartments or visit a restaurant car. Express day trains have seating cars with economy and business cars. Night trains offer four types of sleeper cars: luxury – double cabin with private bathroom, premium - compartment with 2 berths, second-class - compartment with 4 berths, and third-class – dormitory-style car.

Departure from Moskovsky train station
Moskovsky railway station in St. Petersburg is the third largest in Russia in terms of passenger traffic. Most of the trains run between St. Petersburg and Moscow. The first passenger train departed to Moscow on November 1, 1851. The train schedule of the Moscow railway station includes high-speed Sapsans. Leningradsky railway station in Moscow and Moscowsky railway station in St. Petersburg are twins. They were built by one project of architect K.Ton and both in 1855 were called Nikolaevsky. Since 1930 the station is called Moskovsky.
Departure from Ladozhsky train station
Ladozhsky Train Station services trains departing to the north and east of Russia. Trains depart from here depart to Helsinki and Murmansk, Vorkuta and Karaganda, Tyumen and Chelyabinsk, Vologda and Arkhangelsk, and also to some cities of a southern direction. From the level of the ground lobby of the metro station to the long distance trains, you need to climb up the escalator.
Arrival to Leningradsky train station
The Leningradskiy railway station serves trains departing to the north-west of Russia, as well as to Estonia and Finland. Long-distance trains follow to St. Petersburg and Murmansk, Pskov and Petrozavodsk, Velikiy and Velikiye Luki, Helsinki and Tallinn. The Leningradsky Railway Station was constructed between 1844 and 1851 by architect Konstantin Thon under the decree of Emperor Nicholas I and has the same design as the Moskovsky Railway Station in St. Petersburg. Since the opening The Leningradsky Railway Station has changed names several times and renovated in 1950 and 1972.
Arrival to Kursky train station
Kursk railway station is transit. The railway does not end at the station, but passes through it, connecting the northern and southern directions. From Kursky railway station you can go to the Black Sea coast, to the Crimea or the Caucasus, to Saint Petersburg or to the east of the country. Kursky railway terminal has two parts - above ground, with waiting rooms and ticket offices, and underground - with storage chambers, passageways to trains and metro stations.

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