The biggest country on the planet, Russia, boasts one of the broadest and largest rail networks in the world and connects even the most distant parts of Russia with larger cities. The overall length of the Russian railways is more than 85 thousand kilometers (approximately 53 thousand miles). Most passenger trains aren't privately owned and are run by the state company RZD. Different types of Russian trains run from one city to another, depending on the route, below you can learn more about the most popular Russian trains.
If you'd like to travel from Moscow to St. Petersburg, the number one choice is the most popular bullet train Sapsan.
The high-speed Allegro train connects the capital of Finland, Helsinki, with Russia's St. Petersburg in only 3.5 hours.
Among the most efficient ways to travel in Russia is on Lastochka bullet trains, running on many routes in Russia.
One of the most high-comfort luxury trains from St. Petersburg to Moscow with over 100 years of history, Krasnaya Strela or Red Arrow.
A well-known private luxury train from Moscow to St. Petersburg with a top-notch onboard restaurant and fancy cabins.