Rossiya train connects Moscow and Vladivostok in 6 days and 2 hours, making stops in Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Habarovsk and other cities. It operates since 30.09.1966 being all this time one of the most famous Russian trains. Usually the train consists of ten cars: 1 first-class car, 5 second-class cars, 2 third-class cars, a restaurant and a staff car. In the cars there are refrigerators, microwave ovens, shower cabins, electric stoves, hair dryer, iron and other necessary things for travelers.
Second class also known as coupe carriage consists of 9 separate quardruple compartments with four bunks (2 lower and 2 upper), a fold-down table and a sliding door. Among other amenities are personal reading lights, storage space (built-in shelves over the door, boxes under the lower bunks, racks on the wall beside each bunk).
The cabin consists of two bunks and a folding table. Usually both bunks are lower, but some trains have compartments with one lower and one upper bunk. Other amenities of the compartment include personal reading lights, storage space under the lower bunks and a sliding door. Usually there is also a mirror and in some trains - a wardrobe and sockets.
Third class, also known as platskart, is the cheapest option on long-distance trains. The open-class carriage consists of 54 bunks, arranged in bays of 4 on one side and bays of 2 on another, with an aisle between the two sides. The side bunks are over and under the window. When the passenger is not sleeping, lower side bunk transforms to a table and two seats.
Eco-friendly toilets in each car
in the second class
The staff carriage has two compartments for disabled people. The toilets and showers in the carriage are wider than usual.