Moscow to Warsaw Train Route

Moscow to Warsaw trains travel through 3 countries - Russia, Belarus, and Poland. They cover a distance of 1316 km in 15-18 hours as they make their way from the capital of Russia to the capital of Poland. All the trains on this route cross Belarus and therefore, you will need a Belarus transit visa for the trip.

At the moment, there are 3 trains operating on the Moscow to Warsaw route. The Polonez train runs everyday. There are also two faster trains that travel all the way to Berlin and Paris and make a stop in Warsaw. They travel 1-2 times a week. The same trains run on the the Warsaw to Moscow route

1316 km

1-2 trains
per day

Trip covers
3 countries

Fastest train
15 hours

Slowest train
18 hours

Price from
139 USD

Moscow to Warsaw Trains

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Frequently Asked Questions From Our Travelers

How long does it take to travel from Moscow to Warsaw by train?

There are several trains running from Moscow to Warsaw. The travel time is between 18 and 22 hours depending on the train.

Does the Moscow to Warsaw train run through Belarus?

Yes, the Moscow to Warsaw train runs through Belarus. Please note that you will need a Belarus transit visa for the trip.

Where does passport control take place when you travel from Russia to Poland by train?

Border crossing procedures are carried out on board, it takes 3-5 hours, the passengers are not allowed to leave their cabins during this period of time. Please make sure your Russian, Belarus and Schengen visas are issued for the correct dates.

Can I travel with my cat/dog from Moscow to Warsaw by train?

Yes, you can travel with your pet in a 2nd class cabin. You will need to provide all the necessary veterinary documents and book all 4 berths in the 2nd class cabin.


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!

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