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Moscow – Vladivostok Trains

Basic Information


Moscow to Vladivostok Rail MapThe railway of Moscow - Vladivostok is the longest train route in the world, stretching from Moscow Yaroslavsky train station to Vladivostok which is the most important city in the far east of Russia. As the capital of Russia, Moscow is Russian’s political, economic, cultural, financial and transportation center. The Trans-Russian Railway refers to the whole route from Moscow to Vladivostok, attracting many visitors each year to take this train, as it can be regarded as the most famous and mysterious railway line in the world.
 
The total length of Moscow - Vladivostok is about 9259 kilometers (5753 miles) and the duration is 144-166 hours, depending on different trains which you take. This railway line opened to public in 1966 and it made its first trip in 1966 as well. As the longest railway line in the world, Moscow-Vladivostok line passes by Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Khabarovsk and finally reaches Vladivostok.
 

Departure & Arrival Train Stations 

 

Moscow Yaroslavsky Train Station

This train station is with unique characteristics and style, mainly serving for trains to Siberia, the Russian Far East, Mongolia and China.


Address: 5 Komsomolskaya Sq., Moscow
How to get: You can take the metro "Komsomolskaya" to get there as it is the most convenient way for travelers.
 

Vladivostok Train Station


This train station belongs to a land port railway station, mainly serving for trains to Siberia and Western Russia.
 
Address: No. 2 Aleutskaya Street, Vladivostok.
How to get: The high-speed express train station is next to the Vladivostok Train Station, where you can take the express train to the airport directly. 
 

Moscow to Vladivostok Train Timetable

(Last Update on July 5, 2020)
 
Train No. Departure Time Arrival Time Duration
002 23:45 07:07 144 hours
100 00:35 06:06 166 hours
Note: The above timetable is only for reference. 
 

Vladivostok to Moscow Train Timetable

(Last Update on July 5, 2020)
 
Train No. Departure Time Arrival Time Duration
001 19:10 13:58 145 hours
099 00:33 11:13 161 hours
Note: The above timetable is only for reference. 
 
Two pairs of trains are operating the route of Moscow - Vladivostok. One is the famous Rossiya Express Train No.002/001 and another is the regular train No.100/099. Rossiya train is regarded as one of the best trains in Russia in terms of its service, friendly attendants and maintenance. 
 
Compared with the regular train No.100/099, the Rossiya train No.002/001 is more comfortable and faster. The regular train No.100/099 runs a slightly different route with longer travel time, about seven days. While Rossiya train No.002/001 will take you about 6 days. The whole running distance of Rossiya train is about 9259 kilometers and Regular train is 9301 kilometers. Rossiya train has 1st, 2nd and 3rd carriages, as well as a restaurant carriage. While for the regular train No.100/099, only 2nd and 3rd carriages are available. There are many stops for this trip, Rossiya train will pass by 90 cities and Regular train will go through 120 cities. 
 
Actually, no matter which train you take, you will view distinct sceneries and experience different styles along the way.
 

Is there any beautiful scenery along the way?


Yes, there is. Both of trains will pass by many important cities, like Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude, as well as some amazing sceneries, like Yekaterinburg Cathedral, Altay Mountains, Lake Baikal, Ivolginsk Datsan Monastery, The Yenisei River and the Angara River. They are with their unique characteristics and styles, attracting a number of travelers there. The trip must be an unforgettable experience for every traveler.


 
- Last modified on Jul. 29, 2020 -
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