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Nov 04, 2015

Fares on Moscow - Paris, Moscow - Nice and Moscow - Prague trains to be cut in 2016

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The Federal Passenger Company, a subsidiary of Russian Railways, will cut fares on international trains No. 23/24 Moscow - Paris, No. 17/18 Moscow - Nice and No. 21/22 Moscow - Prague by 12-15%.

The new fares will apply to trains departing from 15 January 2016.

Moscow - Paris tickets for adults now cost from 258.10 euros, 13.7% less than the current fare, Moscow - Nice tickets from 228.70 euros, a reduction of 14.8%, while the lowest fare on the Moscow - Prague route will fall to 147.50 euros, 12.5% less than at the moment.

Tickets for international trains go on sale 60 days before the departure date.

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