The bus terminal is located just next to the railway station.
There are buses to all main destinations:
Novosibirsk (from 6.30 to 20.00, every hour, the trip takes 5 hours, platform 1),
Biysk (from 6.30 to 19.30, every hour, the trip takes 3 hours, platform 5),
Gorno-Altaysk (from 7.30 to 17.00, every hour, the trip takes 5 hours, platform 5),
Belokurikha (from 7.30 to 17.30, every 2 hours, the trip takes 5 hours, platform 5).
Address: Pobedy Square, #12a,
The airport is located in about 40-60 minutes ride from the center of the city.
There are flights between Barnaul and major Russian cities and Hannover and Munich in Germany :
Moscow - Barnaul: two daily flights by Siberia airlines (from Domodedovo airport) and Rossiya airlines (from Vnukovo), both depart around 23.00 and the flight takes 4 hours.
Barnaul - Moscow: two daily flights by Siberia and Rossia, depart Barnaul around 8.00 arrive to Moscow around 10.00. All times are local
There are also flights to Vladivostok (daily by Vladivostok Avia and Pulkovo), Irkutsk (on monday, thursday, friday by Krasair and Pulkovo), St. Petersburg (wednesday and friday by Pulkovo) and other Russian cities.
The flights to Hannover are every friday and the flights to Munich are every saturday by Sibir ailines
If you are in Barnaul, here are the useful addresses:
Sibir Airlines Ticket Office : Prospekt Stroitelei, #1; tel.: (3852) 61-07-16, opened daily 10.00 to 19.00
KrasAir Ticket Office : Sovetskaya st., 10; tel: (3852) 24-22-51, 66-82-39, opened daily 8.30-19.00
AviaFlot Airline Tickets Agency. A very good ticket agency: they sell tickets for all airlines and all destinations and offer a free taxi to the airport. The office on Lenina Prospekt is opened 24 hours!
Branches: Lenina Prospekt, #53 (24 hours), telephone: (3852) 36-33-55 (information about flights and ticket reservation), Prospekt Stroitelei, #25
Located in the center of Barnaul, about 10-15 minutes by public transport to the central core of the city. The main building is opened 24 hours, it is clean and there's a waiting hall. There are also 24-hour ticket offices, snack and news shops, toilets and showers, ATM, and 24-hour international telephone office. The currency exchange office is outside of the station and is opened 10.00 to 18.00 daily.
Outside of the railway station there are a lot of taxis, but we advise to walk a bit further to the square - like this the price will be much lower. It normally costs about 50R ($1.7) to get to the central Lenina Prospekt street by taxi. There's also a lot of public transport.
There are a few trains daily between Novosibirsk and Barnaul, but the fastest ones are:
Novosibirsk - Barnaul: departs daily 9.20 and 17.53 Moscow time, arrives 4 hours later.
Barnaul - Novosibirsk: departs daily 4.00, 10.35 and 22.20 Moscow time, arrives 4 hours later.
The ticket price is about 100R ($3) one way.
Address: Ploshad Pobedy, #10,
Barnaul is situated 250 km south from Novosibirsk (where the Trans-Siberian railway passes). It takes about 4 hours by train and 3 hours by car to get to Barnaul from Novosibirsk. There are two daily flights between Moscow and Barnaul and it takes 4 hours to get to Barnaul from Moscow.
Altay mountains are in a 4-hours ride further south from Barnaul.
To the right of the railway station is the interregional bus station which has a huge board with the timetable, prices, duration of journey etc. in the main hall.
The railway station is more confusing. In the entrace hall in one corner there is a information counter and in another hall some timetable and ticket counters with people lining up. It's not easy to see where trains are going and at what time.
The plane is the easiest as there is only one a day to Moscow Domodedovo. There are minibuses to the airport but I couldn't figure out where they leave from.
At the airport you can only go to the toilet once you are allowed into the gate departure hall. And they weigh your hand luggage too.
There are trams, buses, trolleybuses and minibuses.
Trams and trolleybuses cost 4 r., buses 5 r. and minibuses 6 r and more if you go out of town.
When you change the line then you pay again. I recommend riding around on the trams as they bring you all over the place like out into the nowhere, along the factories, to different markets through parts with blocks of flats only or into areas with wooden houses. In a few kiosks there is a line map for 8 r.
available, trams on one side and buses on the other.
In the minibuses you pay before you get off (contrary to eg. St. Petersburg)
There are many taxi companies, but the major one is "Sibirskoye Taxi", their phone number is (3852) 36-48-48 (24 hours), the taxi can arrive in 15 minutes.