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    Vladimir Region

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In Moscow, Kursky Station is the terminus for all suburban and most long-distance trains to/from Vladimir. Up to 14 long-distance trains run daily in each direction between Moscow and Nozhny Novgorod, stopping in Vladimir.


There are buses each way between Moscows Shchyolkovsky bus station and Vladimir (3,5 hours, two daily). A further 20 daily buses to/from Moscow stop in Vladimir in transit. Buses from Vladimir run to Suzdal (1 hour, 23 daily), Nizhny Novgorod (5 hours, 7 daily), Ivanovo (3 hours, 8 daily), and Kostroma (5 hours, 4 daily).


Vladimir is a simple 180km drive from Moscow.




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