First Paris-Moscow overnight train

Friday, 31 July 2009

Rail Plus has released details of the first overnight train service between Paris and Moscow, which includes a six-hour daytime stopover in Berlin.

The trip overall takes 46 hours and departs three times a week during the local summer season and twice a week in winter.

There is a choice of sleeper cabins (including double, single and triple share) and the train is equipped with a restaurant and snack bar.

Prices vary according to cabin class. Single Sleepers cost NZ$1398 per person, double sleepers are $1275 per person twin share while the cheaper 2nd class option of a triple sleeper costs $854 per person share.

Additional detail:

The trip will be done in 2 steps:
1. Passengers will be boarding the train at 8.20 pm at Paris Gare de l'Est, arriving at Berlin HBF at 9:03am the next day after a very comfortable night in a sleeper coach. Passengers will be able to enjoy several hours in the city of Berlin and visit at leisure before boarding the train
for the second leg of the journey.
2/ Train will leave Berlin HBF at 3:15pm to arrive at Moscow Bielowruskaia station at 8:35pm the next day.

Travel Days

Paris- Moscow runs:
Mondays , Thursdays and Saturdays until the 19th of October.
Mondays and Saturdays from the 24th of October until the 12th of December 2009
Moscow - Paris runs:
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays until the 17th of October
Thursdays and Saturdays from the 22nd of October until the 10th of December.

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