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    Saratov Region

How to get there and away

You can get to Saratov Region by air, by train, by bus and by car.

The planes fly from Moscow airport of Domodedovo to Saratov every day. There are two every day services and some others, depending on the season.

The trains to Saratov depart from two Moscow railway stations, called Kazanskiy vokzal and Pavaletskiy vokzal. Four of the trains provide every day service. There are also some trains, following from the Europe, e.g. direct train Berlin - Saratov, Berlin - Astana and Berlin - Ufa. From St. Petersburg you can get to Saratov by the train N 109A St. Petersburg - Astrakhan. Train tickets for all routes within Russia, including these ones, can be bought through this cite.

The buses from Moscow to Saratov follow from the square of Pavaletskiy vokzal railway station 6 times a day every day and cost 1200 rubles.

By car from Moscow follow Moscow - Ryazan - Penza - Saratov.

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