Transport in Ivanovo

Author: Maria Mushtrieva (on 17 Dec 2015)
The train station (phone: 37-25-09) and bus station (phone: 23-41-54) are quite far from each other.
There's a train #661 to Moscow arriving at Yaroslavsky railway station which costs around 850 R (€11). There are seven daily buses to Kostroma departing from the main bus station (they also stop next to the railway station on the way). 
Ivanovo Train station
The times of the departure from the main bus station: 7.05, 7.55, 10.30, 11.55, 14.40, 16.20, 18.10. A trip to Kostroma will take 2.5-3 hours and will cost 200 R (€2,5 ). There are around four buses a day to Vladimir, starting around 10.30 and finishing around 16.00. A 2.5 - 3 hour ride will cost around €3. 


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