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The Train Route from Moscow to Adler will be Extended to Rosa Khutor
14.01.2021 10:16
The Train Route from Moscow to Adler will be Extended to Rosa Khutor

The Grand Service Express Company (GSE) is extending the route of the Moscow-Adler train to the Rosa Khutor ski resort from January 15, the GSE press service reports.
      The first train on the new route will leave Moscow from Kazansky railway station on January 15 at 22:50, it will arrive at the Rosa Khutor station on January 17 at 10:51. From the Rosa Khutor station, the first train will leave on January 17 at 18:51, it will arrive in Moscow on January 19 at 6:07 am. Trains will run every other day. The train consists of coupe, SV and reserved seats. Travel time will be 34 hours.
      The train route runs through Ryazan, Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don, Kropotkin, Tuapse, Sochi, Adler and other settlements of Russia. The company "Grand Service Express" was founded in 2002 and specializes in transportation on high-comfort trains, including the route Moscow - St. Petersburg.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian railways     

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