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To The Crimea On Train
23.04.2014 22:19
To The Crimea On Train

 The Ministry of Transport is considering several options for establishing communication for train passengers with the Crimea through the Kerch Strait.

      Deputy Transport Minister Viktor Olersky told this to journalists. «We are planning few options. So, the passenger could choose the best one, depending on what he prefers: going for independent vacation trips or travelling within organized groups." According to Olersky, one of the options is "to take the train to Krymsk, then to transfer to the bus and after covering 90 km by bus to reach the Kavkaz ferry port, to get off the bus and at to cross to the other shore along the bus."

      Another way: to go by train to Anapa, to transfer to a catamaran and to get to Kerch. They consider the possibility of establishing a rail link reaching directly the Port Kavkaz, where passengers would be discharged, transferred on the ferry, and in Kerch, keeping their train seats, they would board the train, which would be waiting for them on the other side of the crossing.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: trains the Crimea Kerch Kerch Strait  

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