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How to Use Public Transport in Yekaterinburg
July 6, 2018 18:04


Yekaterinburg can undoubtedly be labeled as the capital of the Urals, a place where Europe meets Asia and the third largest Russian tourist centre. Here are some tips on how to use public transport in Yekaterinburg.

How to use public transport in Yekaterinburg.

Buses, trolley-buses, trams and minibuses in Yekaterinburg
Working hours:  05:00 - 24:00
The cost of a trip in such kind of above-ground transport in Yekaterinburg  as buses, trolley-buses and trams is 23 rubles.
The fare in the minibus: 12 - 18 rubles.

You can buy tickets at stops near the metro, or large interchange nodes, as well as with bus drivers. The fare is paid to the driver at the beginning of the trip.
Central Station of Yekaterinburg
Address: Yekaterinburg, 8 March Street, 145
Phone: +7 (343) 257-12-60

Metro  in Yekaterinburg
Metro in Yekaterinburg is one of the main means of transport and one of the busiest in Russia.
The Yekaterinburg subway consists of only one line with 9 stations. 
The fare in the subway: 18 rubles per trip.

In the subway of Yekaterinburg, both tokens and transport plastic cards "Ekarta" are used. This card allows traveling using  any kind of public transport in the city. You can buy tickets at the ticket offices located at the station entrances.

Metro operating mode: 06:00 - 24:00
How to get to Yekaterinburg

By train: from Moscow Kazansky Railway Station direct trains run to Yekaterinburg via Kazan. The journey takes 25 hours.
By air: there are many direct flights from Moscow airports to Yekaterinburg. The flight takes around 2.5 hours.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: travel to Russia Russian places of interest Yekaterinburg public transport public transport in Yekaterinburg 

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