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Single Ticket To The Crimea: Sales Started
30.04.2014 00:13
Single Ticket To The Crimea: Sales Started

The Sales of the single ticket for ground travels to the Crimea started on April 28.

      The work on this direction will begin from May, 1. The single ticket is created for ensuring the smooth route for trips from the Russian mainland cities to the Crimean peninsula. The passengers will be able to purchase two tickets in the offices of Russian Railways, one of which will be a ticket for the trains from the departure city to Anapa or Krasnodar.

      Another ticket will give the opportunity to go from Anapa to the port of Kavkaz by bus, then proceed to the peninsula of Crimea by ferry, as well as get to one of the seven cities of the Crimea by bus. Logistics is set so that the waiting time between the trips by different means of transport will be minimized.

      Railway tariffs will not change, the rates for the second ticket bus - ferry - bus will be fixed. So, the trip from Anapa to Simferopol will cost 350 roubles, to Sevastopol - 430 roubles, to Evpatoriya - 420 rubles, to Yalta, Feodosia, Sudak - 350 roubles, to Kerch - 150 roubles. Passengers traveling to the Crimean cities from Krasnodar will pay 750 roubles per ticket, to Sevastopol - 830 roubles, to Evpatoriya - 820 roubles, to Yalta - 250 roubles, to Feodosia and Sudak - 750 roubles, to Kerch - 250 roubles.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: the Crimea     

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