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Moscow-Ruskeala Non Stop
23.12.2019 16:14
Moscow-Ruskeala  Non Stop

Russian Railways will launch a non-stop compartment carriage on the route Moscow-Ruskeala during New Year's holidays - from January 1 to January 7.

      The carriage will be included into two trains: No. 159/160 Moscow - Petrozavodsk and “Ruskeala Express” train No. 921/922 from Sortavala to Ruskeala.

      The train No. 159 will depart from the Leningradsky Railay Station in Moscow at 4:00 p.m. and arrive in Sortavala at 06:34 a.m. Then it will proceed to the Ruskeala mountain park as a part of the “Ruskeala Express” train.

      Passengers will arrive at the mountain park at 11:50 a.m.

      Along the way, the train will make stops at the stations of Tver, Chudovo, St. Petersburg (Ladozhshky Railway Station), Beloostrov, Zelenogorsk, Vyborg, Hiitola, Elisenvaara, Yakkima, Sortavala. The cost of tickets will make up from 1797 to 1999 roubles.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Ruskeala Russian Railways    

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