Moscow Train Stations

Author: waytorussia (on 02 Dec 2014)
There are 9 train stations ("vok`zal" in Russian) in Moscow and all of them are located in Moscow center. The three train stations: "Kazanski", "Yaroslavki" and "Leningradski" are located at the same area next to "Komsomolskaya" metro station (north-east center). Yaroslavsky train station is where the Trans-Siberian trains depart from, while Leningradsky station serves St. Petersburg trains.

Approaching Kursky Vokzal – Photo by PPZ@FlickR
Approaching Kursky Vokzal – Photo by PPK@FlickR

To get to a railway station, you can use the metro (usually the railway stations are just outside the metro exit) or taxis.
See the Transportation section to learn how to buy the train tickets and other useful tips on inland travel in Russia. 
If you need train schedules, they are available online on Way to Russia train timetable page.

International train informaiton: +7 (495) 266-0004 or 266-8300 (Russian only)

Belorusski Train Station: to Belarus and Germany, Sheremetyevo Airport

Where: Tverskaya zastava, #7, metro "Belorusskaya", (ring brown metro line, north). phone: +7 (495) 251-6093, 973-8191
Trains to and from: Belorussia, Germany etc.

Yaroslavski Vokzal: Trans-Siberian Trains

Where: metro "Komsomolskaya", phone: +7 (495) 621-5914, 621-0817
Trains to and from: Trans-Siberian (Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Vladivostok); Golden Ring (Vladimir, Yaroslavl, Kostroma), North-East Russia (Kirov, Astrakhan).
There's also international train ticket sales office at Yaroslavsky station, where you can buy Trans-Siberian tickets.

Kazanski Train Station: to Kazan, Tatarstan, Urals, east

Where: metro "Komsomolskaya". (brown ring line or red line, north-east). phone: +7 (495) 264-6556, 264-6656
Trains to and from: Kazan, Tatarstan, Urals etc. east direction

Kievski Train Station: to Ukraine

Where: metro "Kievskaya" (blue or brown ring line, west), phone +7 (495) 240-1115
Trains to and from: west of Moscow, Ukraine.

Kurski Train Station: to South Russia and Vladimir (Golden Ring)

Where: metro "Kurskaya" (blue or brown ring line, east), phone: +7 (495) 916-2003
Trains to and from: Vladimir, south of Moscow

Leningradski Train Station: to St. Petersburg and Novgorod

Where: metro "Komsomolskaya" (red or brown ring line, north-east), phone: +7 (495) 262-9143
Trains to and from: North Russia (St.Petersburg, Novgorod, Petrozavodsk, Murmansk), Finland.
There's also a Eurolines office and a good ticket sales office.

Paveletski Train Station: to South of Moscow, Domodedovo Airport

Where: metro "Paveletskaya" (green or brown ring line, south), phone: +7 (495) 235-0522
Trains to and from: south of Moscow, Domodedovo Airport

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Rizhski Train Station: to Riga, Latvia and Lithuania

Where: metro "Rizhskaya" (orange line, north), phone: +7 (495) 971-1588
Trains to and from: Baltic states (Latvia, Lithuania)

Savelovski Train Station: Moscow Region and Dmitrov

Where: metro "Savelovskaya" (grey line, north), phone: +7 (495) 285-9005
Trains to and from: Sheremetyevo airport

Check out our online train timetable to know where your train departs from!



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