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Mar 09, 2017

Additional train to be laid on between Moscow and Tallinn during May 2017 holidays

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During the May 2017 holidays, an additional train will be laid on between Moscow and Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.

Train No. 234/233 Moscow - Tallinn will depart from Moscow on 28 April and 5 May at 17:20 and arrive in Tallinn at 10:00 the next day.

Train no. 234/233 will depart from Tallinn on 1 and 8 May at 19:40 and arrive in Moscow at 11:50 the following day.

Train No. 34/33 Baltic Express (Moscow - St. Petersburg - Tallinn) currently runs every day between Moscow and Tallinn.

It departs from Moscow at 22:15, arriving in St. Petersburg at 05:39, departing from St. Petersburg at 06:29, and arriving in Tallinn at 12:35.

On the return leg from Tallinn, the train leaves at 16:10, arriving in St. Petersburg at 23:54, departing from St. Petersburg at 01:05 and arriving in Moscow at 09:40.

For more information, please visit the "Passengers" section on the official website of Russian Railways.

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