Many of Moscow train stations are works of fantastic architecture
Moscow train stations serve almost all train routes in Russia
Moscow train stations
Below is a list of all of the Moscow train stations. Moscow is the central departure point for almost all Russian train routes.
This station services Kalliningrad, Lithuania, Belarus, Poland, Germany and the Czech Republic.
Address : 7 Tverskaya Zastava Ploshad
Phone : (+7495) 251-6093, 973-8191
This station services trains to Central Asia, Ryzan, Ufa, Samara and Novorossissk
Address: 2 Komsomolskaya Ploshad
Phone: (+7495) 264-6556
This station serves Western Ukraine and Southeastern Europe
Address: Ploshad Kievskogo Vokzala
Phone: (+7495) 240-1115, 240-0415
The station serves southern Russia, the Caucasus, Eastern Ukraine and the Crimea.
Address: 29 Ul. Zemlyanoi Val
Phone: (+7095) 916-2003, 917-3152
The station serves St. Petersburg, Finland, Estonia and northwest Russia.
Address: 3 Komsomolskaya Ploshad
Phone: (+7095/ or +7495) 262-9143
The station serves Vornezh, Tambov, Volgograd and Astrakhan
Address: 1 Paveletskaya Ploshad
Phone: (+7495) 235-0522/ 6807/ 1920/ 4109
The station serves trains to Latvia
Address: 79/3 Rizhskaya Ploshad
Phone: (+7495) 971-1588
Serving trains to Kostroma, Cherepovets and trains to Vologda
Address: Ploshad Savyolovskogo Vokzala
Phone: (+7495) 285-9005
Serving trains to Siberia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia and China - the Trans Siberian Express!!!
Address: 5 Komsomolskaya Ploshad
Phone: (+7495) 921-5914/ 0817, 262-9271
Many Moscow train stations are historical monuments with interesting architectural details
The main Moscow train station for trains going to St. Petersburg is Leningradsky Vokzal