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A New Train Will Go To Yaroslavl
13.02.2017 16:15
A New Train Will Go To Yaroslavl

A new train is launched on the route Moscow - Yaroslavl with a stop in Sergiev Posad.

      It departs from the Yaroslavsky Station in the capital. A ticket with a reserved seat in the train will cost 870 rubles, and the price for a place in the coupe will start from 1.5 thousand rubles.

      The train will depart on Fridays from Yaroslavsky Station, and a trip to Yaroslavl will take four hours and ten minutes with intermediate stops at the station "Sergiev Posad" and "Rostov-Glavny." The train will depart back from Yaroslavl to Moscow on Sundays, making a stop at the station "Rostov-Glavny." The time of back journey takes 4 hours 37 minutes.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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