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A New Railway Route to Karelia
28.06.2019 00:52
A New Railway Route to Karelia
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“Russian Railways” (RZD) jointly with the “Federal Passenger Company” (FPC) are discussing the organization of a new railway route that will enable the residents of Moscow to see the main sights of Karelia.

      Tourists will be able to travel from Moscow to Karelia by train, passing through the main sights of the North-West: St. Petersburg, Sortavala and Petrozavodsk. The tourists will travel from Moscow, arrive in St. Petersburg in the morning, spend a day there, then get to Karelia in the morning on “Lastochka” train, spend a day or two there, then go to Petrozavodsk, return to St. Petersburg in the evening and return to Moscow on any available train next day.

      There is one more option: they can immediately go to Moscow from Petrozavodsk. The project can be implemented already in the middle of this summer.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Karelia Russian railways    

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