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Additional Sapsan trains
26.05.2011 12:24
Additional Sapsan trains
White night in St. Petersburg

JSC Russian Railways sets two additional Sapsan trains on route Moscow-St. Petersburg for May, 31 and June, 1, reports press relations service of Russian Railways.
      
      According to schedule, train N163 St. Petersburg-Moscow will leave on May, 31 at 19.25 MSK and arrive to Moscow at 23.29 MSK. The train will make the following stops: Chudovo at 20:21 MSK and Tver at 22:22 MSK.
      
      Train N154 Moscow-St. Petersburg will leave on June, 1st at 7.00 MSK and arrive to St. Petersburg at 11.00 MSK. The train will make stops in Tver at 8:04 MSK and in Chudovo at 10.07 MSK.
      
      Sapsan trains run from Leningradsky railway terminal in Moscow and from Moscovsky Railway in St. Petersburg.
      
      St. Petersburg destination now is so popular because of beginning of White Nights time. Tickets for all Russian trains can be booked online on this website.
      
      

      spb.rbc.ru
      

      www.interfax.ru
Author: Yulia Buzykina


Tags: Sapsan trains trains Moscow-St. Petersburg train tickets high-speed trains  

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