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How to Get from Moscow Leningradsky Train Station to the City Center and Other Destinations
Some people use trains while traveling across Russia or to get to it. Whatever the reason is, if your point of arrival in Moscow is Leningradsky Station, you might want to know how to get from the oldest city railway hub to the center.
Taxi from Moscow Leningradsky Train Station
It is difficult to say how much a taxi from this place will cost because prices vary. The least expensive taxi trip to the downtown will cost you about 500 rubles (7 euros) but taxi drivers often name higher prices. Furthermore, they usually do not speak English.
Transfer from Moscow Leningradsky Train Station
If you do not like waiting for public transport or searching for a taxi rank, you might prefer to choose a taxi transfer to. A Kiwitaxi transfer will be a good option for you. A driver will wait for you as close to the Leningradsky rail terminal as possible. A 15-minute transfer ride in an economy class to the city center will cost you 22 euros. We can also drive you to the airports from here. For instance, the price of a transfer ride to the Domodedovo Airport in a micro class, which is ideal for a couple or a family with one child, will be 24 euros.
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Public transport from Moscow Leningradsky Train Station
Underground is the best option for budget travelers, a ticket costs around 55 rubles (0,8 euros). Another advantage is the absence of traffic jams, the whole trip will not take more than 20 minutes.
The nearest underground station to Leningradsky Station is Komsomolskaya. However, underground is not a good option for travelers with luggage. Not only you pay a fee for each unit of baggage, but you might end up in a crowded train, what will spoil the beginning of your journey in Moscow. Moreover, you might have to make changes, it depends on where exactly your hotel or final point of destination is located.
If you prefer land transport, you can use the bus A. Its first stop is Komsomolskaya square, the last one is the Luzhniki stadium. The price is the same.
The Leningradsky station was built in XIXth century, the main aim was to connect the capital with St. Petersburg. Sapsan trains, the fastest trains between these two cities, depart from here. A trip takes about 3,5 hours, there are economy and business class carriages.