Kazanskiy railway station
Address: 2, Komsomolskaya square
Kazanskiy railway station is the youngest of the three stations on Komsomolskaya square. The station provides services to the trains of South, South-East and East directions. Would You like to go to South (Anapa, Novorossiysk, Adler, Kislovodsk and so on), to Voronezh, Kazan, Nizhniy Novgorod, Ryazan, Samara? So, Your train departs from this station!
Paveletskiy railway station
Address: 1, Paveletskaya square
Paveletskiy railway station connects Moscow with Volga region, some Caucasian cities and Central Black Earth region. You can go to Adler, Astrakhan, Volgograd, Voronezh, Krasnodar, Lipetsk, Novorossiysk, Saratov, Tambov and so on, from this station.1
Kurskiy railway station
Address: 29, Zemlyanoy val street
We can say that Kurskiy railway station provides its services to the South-North direction, because many through passenger trains go through this station: Both to Rostov-na-Donu and to St. Petersburg. You can go to Crimea, Caucasus, Sevastopol, the Kursk Bulge, Tula, Orel from this station.
Belorusskiy railway station
Address: 7, Nverskaya zastava sq.
Belorusskiy railway station is the second largest station in Moscow (after Leningradskiy railway station) and situated not far from the metro station of the same name. Long-distance and local trains depart to West and South-West from this station. Would You like to go to Smolensk, Belorussia, Kaliningrad, Lithuania or Central Europe (Berlin, Paris, Warsaw, Nice, Prague and so on)? So, You are to go to the Belorusskiy railway station!Or You can go to the Sheremetjevo airport by aeroexpress train from this station.
Yaroslavskiy railway station
Address: 5, Komsomolskaya square.
Yaroslavskiy railway station is the largest by volume of traffic nowadays. It is situated on Komsomolskaya square, near Komsomolskaya metro station. Every day the station serves more than 300 trains which go to the North, Ural, Siberia, the Far East. You can go to Arkhangelsk, Vladivostok, Vologda, Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Perm, Tyumen, Ulan-Ude, Kchabarovsk, Yaroslavl and to many Moscow satellite towns from this station.
Address: 3, Komsomolskaya sq.
Leningradskiy station, the oldest station in Moscow, is situated on Komsomolskaya square (Three station square), not far from Komsomolskaya metro station. The station serves the trains of North and North-West directions (both long-distance and local trains). If You are going to St. Petersburg, Velikiy Novgorod, Petrozavodsk, Murmansk, Helsinki or Tallinn, go to Leningradskiy station.