Tverskaya Zastava Square, 7, Moscow , Russia

Opened in 1870, Belorusskiy station is one of nine main railway hubs in the heart of Russia. Interestingly, this railway terminal first welcomed the returning Soviet soldiers who also brought the news about the victory over Germans in 1945. Today this transportation joint provides connections between Moscow and such great destinations across the country as Smolensk, Rybinsk, Uglich, Anapa, Voronezh, and Rostov-on-Don. Did you know that Belorusskiy station is often called the Russian “gate to Europe”? Apart from domestic routes, the train station also serves international routes interlinking the capital with Berlin, Warsaw, and, surely, Minsk, the biggest city in Belarus. Plus, thanks to the Aeroexpress option available, you can easily reach Sheremetyevo airport. 



Learn More Moscow's Belorussky Railway Station


How to get from Moscow railway station to the airport?

The fastest way to get to Sheremetyevo Airport from Belorusskiy station is via Aeroexpress. The entire ride will take you just 50 minutes. You can buy tickets to this train ar the Aeroexpress terminal.

What facilities can I find at Belorusskiy station?

For the convenience of travelers, the station is fitted with ticket offices, information desks, restrooms, as well as different food and souvenir shops.


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