There are several train stations in Moscow
To get into the centre from any of these stations, you can take the metro.
from Moscow by train to:
about 1km northwest of the Garden Ring, which is served by the Belorusskaya metro station. Arriving by train from London, Berlin, Warsaw.
2km north of the Garden Ring, Most trains from the Baltic states arrive at Riga Railway Station (Rizhskaya metro line)
South of the Moskva River (Kievskaya metro line). If you're coming from St Petersburg, Finland or Estonia, your train will terminate at Leningrad Railway Station.
If you're coming from St Petersburg, Finland or Estonia, your train will terminate at Leningrad Railway Station.
this is the longest train ride of them all - 9,258 km or 6,152 miles. This is called the 'Trans Siberia Express' and the journey takes 7 days.
There are two trains a week from Moscow to Beijing (Peking), one via Mongolia (7,621 km (4,735 miles)) and one via Manchuria (8,986km (5,623 miles)). Both journeys take 6 days.
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