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Arrived here at 10pm to wait for our Chinese no.4 train via Mongolia to Beijing. Arrived by taxi from our hotel - very easy drop off, very busy and non-threatening outside front of station. Clear signage inside. Waited in the upstairs waiting area, which was...More
Arrived here in a taxi at about 2200 hrs. Area around entrance and side to station was full of groups of 20-30 men, huddled around piles of burning rubbish. Like something out of a post apocalypse movie, I kid you not. Felt unsafe, approached several...More
The train station, located in East Moscow, this is the station where you would start (and end if you are travelling east - west) the trans-Siberian express.
Decent station that is well sign posted and has good amenities (note, that as of Feb 2018 it...More
Once, I wanted to try something different and maybe safer. Russian airlines are scary at best. So I decided to take the train to where I was going. I took the train from Moscow to Voronezh. I was aided in getting onto the right train...More
This is where we arrived at in Moscow after travelling the Trans Siberian Railway from Vladivostok, it was also where we departed from some five days later when travelling the Silk Road railway route to Beijing. Large station, as would be expected, and easy to...More
Recently we returned from a trip to Russia for a heritage tour of our daughters city of birth (Kirov, Russia). Our trip began in Moscow at the Yaroslavskiy Station and travel to Kirov was most logical by train. As this was my first time in...More
This is the first building in Moscow we saw, mainly because of its proximity to the Leningradskaya Hotel where we stayed.
The station has a splendid facade, but inside it's a bit boring. A departure hall, many stalls (we recommend buying your local SIM card...More
I arrived at Yaroslavsky a little under prepared thinking I would just go to information and find my train. Informations English was about as good as my Russian but with some hand gesturing I worked out it was out of the building and to the...More
The Russian train station names make perfect sense. They are all named after Russian cities that they service. The Yaroslavskiy Train Station services Yarsoslav and all points East. All Trans Siberian trains start at this large and distinct 'vagsal.' It is quite impressive at night...More