Russian Railways resume passenger service between Moscow and St. Petersburg via Tallinn
Daily train on the route Moscow - St. Petersburg - Tallinn will begin to run from 10 July 2015, according to the information of press service of Russian Railways.
Due to low passenger traffis, In May 2015, trains between Tallinn and St. Petersburg as well as between Moscow and Tallinn were canceled by Estonian railway company GoRail.
"Russian Railways are interested in organizing a stable international passenger traffic between Russia and Estonia, that is why we have developed the best possible option for the train Moscow - Tallinn through St. Petersburg", it is stated in the release of Russian Railways.
The train № 34/33 will depart from Moscow at 21:20 with arrival to St. Petersburg at 05:16 and will arrive to Tallinn at 13:38. Travel time will be 16 hours and 18 minutes.
From the capital of Estonia, the train runs from July 11 with departure at 15:20 and with arrival to St. Petersburg at 23:07 and with arrival to Moscow at 09:32. Travel time will be 18 hours 12 minutes.
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