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Train from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine

by mightytravellor

What is the best website to book a return ticket from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine? Any idea what a return ticket may cost?

Re: Train from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine

by GyuriFT

Price: I got 55.50 Euro each way in East-West tariff sold in Slovakia or Czech Republic. Add 20-30 Euro each way for sleepers (second class, T-4 or 4-bed). Expect to pay 1.5 times for first class through ticket and twice the T4 supplement for T-2 or "CB".

In Russia or Ukraina the tariff is according MGPT, not East-West. Unlike East-West tariff (which is set in Euro) the MGPT is set in Swiss Francs and depends on the season. You will land up paying about the same +/- 20 Euro. A lot also depends on the owner of the sleeper; Ukrainian costs less, than Russian.

Who can, can book on the RZD web site - but it is known to be picky about credit cards and it is in Russian only.

Best alternative is probably not book anything at all. In theory you can land up cheaper by flying to Warszawa instead of Moscow and go to Lutsk from Warszawa - it's only 422 km and the price is 31.80 Euro each way.

And FYI: the Warszawa-Kiev train will pass close to Lutsk at Kivertsi. You also can go Warszawa-Kivertsi-Kiev-Moscow, that costs 54.80 + 23.70 = 78.5 Euro, add sleeper accommodation as above.

There is no danger, trains would be sold out. There is no benefit buying over the internet because the price is about the same over the counter.

Re: Train from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine

by manuna

You can't book it via internet (via RZD), as Russia - Ucraine is considered "interstate" communication (note, not international :) )And if you plan to do it two-way ticket, do it in advance. As Ukraine gives less return tickets, or you'll have to buy return ticket in Lutsk.

Re: Train from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine

by jcarolj

www.tutu.ru claims that you can book electronic tickets there and I found Moscow-Lutsk there. The only problem it is in Russian

Re: Train from Moscow to Lutsk, Ukraine

by jamesbrown001

Hi Mightytravellor

You can consult with travel agencies in Moscow in order to get your ticket from Moscow to Lutsk. Provide the exact information regarding your journey to the travel agency. They will charge you a few amount on the ticket. If you want to book your ticket online, then search on internet for the train ticket booking websites.

Thanks
James Brown

http://discoverrus.com/destinations-moscow.htm

Travel Tips for Moscow

The fortified stronghold The Kremlin

by bobkey

Visiting The Kremlin is a full day out there is so much to see and so much history in the inner city. The Armoury, Patriarchs Palace all the cathedral's and churches are all worth a visit The Cathedral's the golden domes the beautiful gardens to the south of the Kremlin overlooking the river. 800 captured Napolian cannons

Christ the Saviour's Temple

by IngaA

It is perhaps the biggest temple I've ever seem. It's not just big, it's HUGE.
The temple was built to celebrate the victory of Russians over Napoleon troops in Patriotic war of 1812. Covered with gold, it is seen from almost everywhere.
Later, in Stalin times, it was, like many other churches, proclaimed as useless and anti-soviet and was exploded. It shared the destiny of many architectural masterpieces all over the ex-USSR. The "Moskva" swimming pool was built on its place.
Recently it was decided to rebuild the temple. Now it dominates over Moskva river and looks really impressive.

Blagoveshensky Cathedral

by bugulma

The Cathedral was built in 1489 and present days view took in 60-s of XVI century. It was a kind of home cathedral for Russian Tsars and was joined with portal with Tsar Chambers. Here you can enjoy frescos of the middle of XVI century that was discovered only in 1980-1984 under newer ones and they're really great. The main theme of the frescoes is The Last Judgement.

Garage

by kris-t

Mostly people here have not comfortable flat and places for cars... We have to think about safety... and we have found this way - a metallic garages.... Looks ugly but anyway better than cars on the street...

Moscow Chorale Synagogue

by Pablos_new

Moscow is multiconfessional city. You can find not only hundreds of Russian ortodox churches, but a lot of other christian churches as well mosques and synagogues.

On the picture - Moscow Chorale Synagogue near m. Kitai Gorod, B. Spasoglenischevsky per.

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