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Train Moscow - Nice arrived 14 minutes late
27.09.2010 12:49
Train Moscow - Nice arrived 14 minutes late
Belorussky Railway Terminal

The first trip of new railway service Moscow - Nice has taken place for the first time since 1914. The train arrived to Thiers terminal after a 52-hours trip through the territory of five states, started on the Belorussky Railway Terminal (Moscow). By the way, the train was in 14 minutes late.
      This event is an outstanding one, it transfers relationship between Russian Railways and SNCF (French national railway carrier) into a different, particular plane, resuming a connection, which is really a mythical one, - believes director of SNCF Barbara Delibar.
      The train runs between the Russian capital and Cote d'Azur once a week. A ticket costs from EUR306. The young people enjoy discounts, e.g. passengers with age from 12 to 26 pay EUR 225,3 for second-class ticket and EUR 337,8 for a first-class one. A luxury class ticket will cost them EUR 777.
      Book tickets for all Russian trains with Russia-IC. For details and booking form click here.


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