How To Reach Russia

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Russia is very easily accessible. You can get in by plane, by train, by bus and even by boat.

Reaching Russia by Air

The major and the busiest Russian airports are Sheremetyevo International Airport, Domodedovo International Airport, Vnukovo International Airport and Pulkovo Airport. Direct flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg from several European cities are available. There are also direct flight services to Moscow from Africa, East and South Asia, North America and the Middle East.

Reaching Russia by Bus

Some bus companies offer international bus or coach services. Eurolines is the most famous one. These cover destinations like Moscow, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Tallinn and more.

Reaching Russia by Rail

RZhD Russian Railways are a reliable source of transportation. This rail service connects a lot of far-flung places to Russian cities. Central and Eastern Europe are connected to Moscow and St.Petersburg, via this railway. Moscow also has rail routes spread out across Asia and the West of Europe. There is also an overnight train from Helsinki to Moscow.

Reaching Russia by Road

Russian roads and motorways are well maintained. Renting a car and paying for petrol/gas is relatively cheaper, especially for international tourists. If you're crossing the border by car, keep in mind that delays can occur. Highway patrol police can be found along the roads as well.

Reaching Russia by Water

During the summer season, ferries are available between Trabzon and Sochi and Vladivostok and Busan. Cruise lines also travel to Russian ports. A boat service also connects you to Vyborg from Lappeenranta in Finland.

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