Kiyevsky Station Square, 1, Moscow, Russia
The first building of Kievsky rail station was built at the end of the 19th century. It was a one-store building, and to say that it was no remarkable in any way is an understatement. Luckily, it didn't exist for long, as 15 years later, a new building was built in its place. And this version is a very different case! The new train hub was the biggest railway station in Europe and one of the most beautiful buildings in Moscow, and to this day Kievsky Station is considered one of the architectural monuments of the Russian capital.



Kievsky Railway Station Guide


How to get to the Kievsky railway station from the city center?

Moscow boasts a very well-developed subway network, making a metro train one of the most convenient ways to travel around the city. Kievsky railway station is conveniently set right next to the eponymous metro station, and you can reach it by the Koltsevaya, Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya, and Filyovskaya lines.

What to find at the Kievsky train station?

Kievsky rail station offers everything you need for a worry-free journey. At the station, you can find ticket offices, a service desk, bathrooms with baby changing tables, waiting rooms, a first-aid post, ATMs, luggage storage, Wi-Fi, as well as several shops and eateries.


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