A major administrative center, Nizhny Novgorod is at the heart of Russia and can boast both a rich history and a great number of cultural attractions. Want to book train ticket from Moscow to Nizhny Novgorod? On our website, you may find schedules, prices and buy tickets in only a few clicks!
Total route length – 417 km, minimum travel time – 3hours 35 minutes. What railway stations do the trains depart from? Trains to Moscow depart from the Moskovsky railway station, Nizhny Novgorod. Trains from Moscow may depart from the Kursky, Yaroslavsky or Belorussky railway station depending on the route. Trains run via Vladimir, Kovrov, Dzerzhinsk, Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Vyazniki, Gorokhovets.
There are 4 trains on the route, the most popular two being branded trains called Strizh (“Swift”) and Lastochka (“Swallow”).
Strizh (“Swift”) - the fastest one, total travel time - 3.5 hours. A Spanish train adapted to the Russian gauge, it has air conditioning and heating, wheelchair spaces, clean toilets, personal shower cabins in luxury compartments.
Lastochka ("Swallow"), a high-speed train, runs a little longer, travel time - 3 hours 50 minutes. The train was designed in Germany, it solely consists of chair cars of the same class. Toilets are only available in the engine car and the rear car. Lastochka has climate control and wheelchair spaces.
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Most train tickets in Russia are electronic tickets. You only need to print the tickets on a standard printer (at home or in the hotel you are staying) and show printed tickets and your passport to the car attendant when boarding the train.