Minsk to Moscow Train Route
Most Minsk to Moscow trains make 3 stops on their way from the capital of Belarus to Russia's capital - in Orsha, Smolensk, and Vyazma. They cover the distance of 751 km in 7-10 hours.
On the Minsk to Moscow route, there are many trains to choose from. From 8-hour overnight trains to high-speed day trains, from the luxurious to the basic – you can always find a train that will suit your needs. Several trains on this route originate from European capitals - Prague, Paris, Warsaw, and Berlin. The same trains run on the Moscow to Minsk route.
Minsk to Moscow Timetable
Train #001/002 Belarus is an overnight train running daily between Moscow and Minsk. The train is operated by Belarus Railways. It covers 750 km in 9 hours.
1st and 2nd class carriages are available. The restaurant car offers a wide range of meals that passengers can purchase with cash or credit card.
Lastochka trains are high-speed electric trains produced by Siemens Transportation Systems.
Lastochka trains are equipped with a modern safety system and offer a high level of comfort both for passengers and staff. The train's maximum speed is 160 km/h.
The train can accommodate 443 passengers and consists of 5 carriages with 2nd class seats including 4 seats for disabled passengers and 30 fold-out seats. Trains operating at busy times and servicing popular destinations may have up to 10 carriages.
Moscow - Berlin - Paris
The Moscow – Berlin – Paris train covers the distance of 2740 km it 3017 km (depending on direction) and goes through 5 countries: Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France.
This is a fast train with an increased level of service called a "firmenny" train. In 2015, all carriages were replaced with those of the new RIC modification.
Three types of carriages are available on this train: VIP 1st class, regular 1st class and 2nd class carriages.
Nice - Moscow
The Moscow to Nice train has been operating since September 23rd, 2010. Prior to this, there was train connection between Russia and the French Riviera only during tsarist times. In 2015, to mark the 150th anniversary of the railway connection between France and Russia the train was considerably upgraded.
The Moscow - Berlin Strizh train runs through 4 countries: Russia, Belarus, Poland, and Germany and covers a distance of 1900 km. The train departs twice a week: on Saturday and Sunday from Moscow and on Sunday and Monday from Berlin. It travels through Smolensk, Orsha, Minsk, Brest, Terespol, Warsaw, Poznan, Rzepin and Frankfurt (Oder).
Each train has 20 Carriages.
The branded Yantar train #029/030 has operated on the Moscow – Kaliningrad route since 1961. It runs daily and covers 1285 km in 20 hours. The train crosses 3 countries: Russia, Belarus and Lithuania.
The train has first, second and third-class carriages and a nice dining car with a special menu for passengers.
NOTE: As the train runs through Belarus, a Belarus transit visa is required for the trip. Border crossing formalities are carried out in the train during the trip. Passengers traveling with e-visas to Kaliningrad cannot enter or exit Russia using this train!
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