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Oct 10, 2018

Allegro tickets up to 25% off during New Year holidays

 

To increase the number of seats on the international high-speed Allegro trains running between St. Petersburg and Helsinki, Russian Railways will be cutting ticket prices on individual services during the holiday season.

Passengers travelling to Helsinki from 29 December 2018 to 2 January 2019 and returning to St. Petersburg from 5 to 8 January will be offered a special New Year fare with discounts of up to 25% when buying tickets for a number of Allegro trains.

Service

Train number

Departure date

Ticket price

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

781

30, 31 December,

3 January

2nd class – 79.00 euro (usually 99.00 euro)

1st class – 132.20 euro (usually 160.30 euro)

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

783

30, 31 December

1 January

2nd class – 59 euro (usually 79.00 euro)

1st class – 104 euro (usually 132.20 euro)

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

785

29 December

2nd class – 59 euro (usually 79.00 euro)

1st class – 104 euro (usually 132.20 euro)

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

785

1 January

2nd class – 79.00 euro (usually 99 euro)

1st class – 132.20 euro (usually 160.30 euro)

St. Petersburg – Helsinki

787

2 January

2nd class – 79.00 euro (usually 99.00 euro)

1st class – 132.20 euro (usually 160.30 euro)

Helsinki – St. Petersburg

784

5, 6, 7, 8 January

2nd class – 79.00 euro (usually 99.00 euro)

1st class – 132.20 euro (usually 160.30 euro)

Tickets can now be booked at special New Year’s fares at railway ticket offices and through the official website of Russian Railways and the Russian Railways’ Passengers mobile app.

When selling tickets, settlements are made in roubles at the rate set by the Central Bank of Russia on the day the tickets are booked.

Passengers should also note that since 4 October 2018, tickets for high-speed Allegro trains go on sale 90 days before train departure.

Detailed information about the Allegro timetable and ticket costs can be found in the “Passengers” section of the official website of Russian Railways and obtained from the toll-free number 8 (800) 775-00-00 when calling from within Russia.