Moscow to Vilnius Route
The Moscow to Vilnius train makes 7 stops its way from the capital of Russia to Lithuania's capital. The train covers 944 km in 15 hours. The train travels through Belarus and therefore, you will need a Belarus transit visa for the trip.
There is only one train running on the Moscow route to Vilnius route - the Yantar train, which operates every day and which continues its way to Kaliningrad. The same train runs on the Vilnius to Moscow route.
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!
Once you have your tickets, look forward to a wonderful, smooth
and enjoyable journey through the Russian countryside.
Buy your ticket safely and securely and then sit back
and enjoy the ride!
A portion of your order goes to helping underprivileged Russian children.