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Russian Railways to Sell Tickets via Internet
15.12.2011 12:07
Russian Railways to Sell Tickets via Internet
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The Russian Railway (RZhD) is going to start selling international train tickets via its website. Passengers will be able to buy tickets for the following trains: 17/18 Moscow - Nice, 23/24 Moscow - Berlin - Paris, 69/70 Saratov - Berlin (including through carriages: Novosibirsk - Berlin, Omsk - Berlin, Moscow - Berlin, Chelyabinsk - Berlin, Ufa - Berlin, Adler - Berlin), 7/8 - Kaliningrad - Berlin, 409/408/409/410 Moscow — Prague.

      Ticket sales will start not earlier than 60 days before train departure. It is important, that travel documents, paid via Internet, must be registered at any FPK (Federal Passenger Company) international office, equipped with Express terminal system. It should be done before or within 12 hours after the train departure from the boarding station.  

      Source: Interfax. Image courtesy:

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian transport train tickets Russian trains  

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