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How to get there and away

The airport and mainline train station are located in the city of Meneralnye Vody and are linked to all spa towns by buses and a good local train service.

Air

Daily services to/from Mineralnye Vody in June, July and Uagust include: Moscow (1-3 hours, three daily), Baku (four a week), Batumi (one a week), St. Petersburg (three a week), Tashkent (twice a week), Tbilisi (one a week) and Yerevan (daily).

There are also weekly flights to Istanbul, Munich and Tel Aviv.

Train

The easiest and, no doubt, the most comfortable way to travel to Russian Mineral Water Spas is by train arriving in Mineralnye Vody. Mineralnye Vody station has several trains a day to/from Moscow (29 hours) and Rostov-on-Don (9 hours), daily trains to Krasnodar (8 hours), Nalchik and Vladikavkaz. Pyatigorsk and Kislovodsk are served by daily trains direct to/from St. Petersburg and Moscow via Rostov and a weekly train to/from Tynda.

Bus

The Rostov-Tbilisi road goes through Mineralnye Vody and round Pyatigorsk on a bypass. Regular and frequent intercity buses and minivans serve all spa towns of the region.

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