• +1-954-639-4643
    • EU countries
    • Russia
    • US and Canada
    • United Kingdom

Popularity of trains servicing this route:


A city with palaces alongside business towers, royal gardens in view of shopping districts, and historical landmarks as public transportation hubs, Moscow is truly a city unlike any other. More than eight centuries of history have shaped this metropolis into the bustling, populous, vibrant destination it is today. The prominent combination of the past and the future make Moscow one of the greatest cities on Earth. The first reference to Moscow was made by Yuri Dolgorukiy in 1147, nine years before the first wall of the city was erected. Moscow grew and developed over the next few centuries and in 1327 took on the title of...Read More

View train stations in Moscow


Krasnoyarsk is an important junction on the Trans-Siberian Railway, and has been an important Siberian stop ever since the great Siberian Post Road went through here in 1735. Named for the high red banks of the river (even before the Cossacks arrived, it was called “Kyzyl-Yar-Tura,” or “Red Banks”), the city sits on one of the most important rivers of Siberia, the Yenisey, and is, in fact, the capital of the Yenisey Republic. The famous Russian writer Anton Chekhov, in his “Journey to the End of the Russian Empire,” described the nearby mountains to the south and west of the city as having a “smoky, dreamy...Read More

View train stations in Krasnoyarsk

Most popular routes:

Moscow - Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg - Moscow Helsinki - Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg - Helsinki Moscow - Nizhny Novgorod Saint Petersburg - Tallinn Nizhny Novgorod - Moscow Moscow - Vladimir Moscow - Kazan Vladimir - Moscow

No trains have been found. Please try a different route.