Travel in Russia won't be complete when visiting only one city. To make the most of the experience it is best to visit several destinations in one trip. Luckily, Russia has a very well-developed rail network, thus you can take trains to get to practically any city you'd like to explore. Below you can find out more information about the popular rail routes in Russia, including the distance between the cities, departure times, and more.

 

Moscow to St. Petersburg trains

The most popular rail route in Russia among travelers - trains from Moscow to St. Petersburg.

St. Petersburg to Moscow trains

Learn everything you need to know about trains from St. Petersburg to Moscow, connecting the capitals.

St. Petersburg to Helsinki trains

Travel from the Russian northern capital to the capital of Finland on modern trains from St. Petersburg to Helsinki.

Helsinki to St. Petresburg trains

Read about options of travel on trains, running on the Helsinki to St. Petersburg route.

Moscow to Kazan   trains

Find out about trains connecting the capital of Russia with the gem of Tatarstan, Kazan.

Kazan to Moscow trains

Select from more than 5 daily departures of trains going from Kazan to Moscow.

Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod trains

Enjoy the views of the Russian countryside as you travel on train from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod.

Nizhny Novgorod to Moscow trains

Hop on a train from the historical Volga River city, Nizhny Novgorod, to the Russian capital, Moscow.