The Moscow to St. Petersburg Grand Express train (N053/054) is a daily overnight train run by “Grand Service Express,” a private company. The train was introduced in July 2005 and is the most luxurious train operating between Moscow and Saint Petersburg.
The train has 6 types of carriages offering different levels of comfort. Grand Imperial, Grand de Luxe and Grand Cabins have a lower berth with a width of 110 cm and an upper berth with a width of 80 cm. Each cabin has a private toilet with shower and washbasin, a wardrobe and an individual air conditioning system. Ticket price includes a hot dinner and breakfast, bedlinen, a small hygiene kit and a transfer upon arrival.
The Premium first-class cabin has two sleeping berths 100 cm and 80 cm wide, one above the other. Each cabin has a sink and a fold-out chair with a table. Business first-class, Comfort first-class and Basic first-class cabins have two lower berths 70 cm wide with a table. A hot breakfast, personal hygiene kit and bedlinen are included in the price of the ticket. The second-class cabins have two lower and two upper sleeping berths, each berth is 70 cm wide. Bedlinen and a hot breakfast are included in the ticket price. All types of carriages are equipped with TV and DVD players, 220V sockets and free Wi-Fi.
The train has a restaurant car with a wide range of main courses, salads, desserts and soft and alcoholic drinks. Passengers can enjoy a meal either in the restaurant car or order it to their cabin.
My husband, daughter and I travelled on the Grand Express Train from St Petersburg to Moscow in December 2018. The train arrived on time, we were shown to our cabin and had an amazing journey. We purchased an extra bunk so we did not have to share (wise choice). Thank you to the staff who made our trip most enjoyable.
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 will goes to helping underprivileged Russian children.