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To return the ticket to the ticket office a passenger should be the one who owns it.


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.


Public transport In Kazan is very well developed. There are buses, trolleybuses, trams and metro.


Transport in Sochi is a network of bus routes, as well as partially duplicating them fixed-route taxis. From the unusual forms of transport we should note the suburban sea service on the route of Sochi-Gagra, as well as funiculars and cable cars. In addition, because of the elongation of the city (Sochi is the longest city in Russia and Europe), locals and tourists use suburban electric trains as a public transport.


The name of Yekaterinburg Arena is temporary. Before the World Cup in 2018 the main stadium of the capital of the Urals was simply called Tsentralny. This name will be returned to the stadium after the tournament. Despite the simplicity of the name, the Tsentralny stadium itself is not so simple. It is an architectural monument in the style of Stalinist neoclassicism, included into the list of cultural heritage of regional importance.


The location of Fisht stadium is convenient for tourists. First of all, it is located almost on the coast of the Black Sea. A walk from the stadium to the sea makes up 15 minutes: you should just bypass the fence around the Olympic Park


A new six-lane bridge with impressive intersections leading to the stadium was erected to replace the old Voroshilovsky bridge during the construction of the Rostov Arena stadium. The huge area around the arena has been turned into a large park with a quay longer than one kilometer.


The construction of the St. Petersburg stadium is a 10-year-long saga. It began in 2006 with the demolition of the legendary Kirova Stadium built on that spot in the middle of the 20th century, designed by the architect Aleksandr Nikolsky.


The official name of the home stadium of the Moscow Spartak football team features the general sponsor of the team - the Otkritie bank. During the time of the World Cup 2018 an exception will be made: the Arena Otkritiye stadium will be temporarily renamed as Spartak.


You can get to the Kazan Arena Football Stadium stop located at a 5 minutes walk from the stadium by public transport.


Railway transport riding on the route Moscow-Kaliningrad crosses the borders of the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Lithuania. Due to this fact, if you have to travel to Kaliningrad by train, you need to carry a set of documents; the list of them is different for the citizens of different countries.


Free-of-charge buses will run in Moscow during the World Cup, football fans will be able get to airports and stadiums for free.


Transport Directorate-2018 ANCO has launched a website and a mobile application titled Fans Transport Guide meant for helping the fans use the free transport of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia, both between cities and in all 11 cities hosting the championship.


2018 FIFA World Cup fans are invited to use free transport between Russian host cities.


Anapa is located on the Black Sea coast of the Caucasus, on the high northeast coast of the Anapa Bay surrounded with spurs of the Dividing Ridge of the Greater Caucasus, 160 km to the west of Krasnodar, and 52 km to the northwest of Novorossiysk.


Stavropol, city in southern European Russia, capital of Stavropol Territory, is located in the area known as Central Caucasus.


Modern Izhevsk combines old architecture with up-to-date technologies. The city is connected with other Russian cities via air, train and motorways.


Saratov is a city in the southeast of the European part of Russia, the administrative center of the Saratov Region. The city stands on the right coast of the Volgograd water basin and is approximately equally spaced between Volgograd and Samara.


Chelyabinsk is a large city in Russia, an administrative center of the Chelyabinsk Region. It played a key role as the war tank building centre during the Great Patriotic War.


Tomsk deserves the title of an extraordinary city: it adores tourists from other Russian towns, while the locals habitually grumble about its imperfections, but always miss it if happen to be far away.


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