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Attention! Train No. 5/6 Ulan-Bator – Moscow operated by Ulan Bator Railways (UBR – Mongolian Railways) and No. 305/306 operated by the Federal Passenger Company and UBR have been temporarily suspended. Unused tickets for cancelled trains and trailer carriages can be returned without incurring any additional charges and fees.

Passengers must apply for the refund at the place where they purchased their tickets. If the withdrawal from travel takes place in a country where the passenger does not have citizenship, s/he must apply to the respective railway ticket office and have it stamped with a special mark showing the cancellation of the train in order to receive the subsequent refund.

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Trains to Mongolia

Train number Route

Timetable

Time en route Distance, km Intermediate points*
Departure Arrival
005

Ulanbaator – Moscow
(Mongolian Railways)

Train services have been temporarily suspended

15:22
Once every two weeks on Fridays
13:58
Once every two weeks on Tuesdays
99:36 6 266 Nayshki
006

Moscow – Ulanbaator
(Mongolian Railways)

Train services have been temporarily suspended

23:55
Once every two weeks on Wednesdays
06:50
Once every two weeks on Mondays
97:55
305

Ulanbaator – Irkutsk

Train services have been temporarily suspended

15:22
Mondays, Tuesdays, Saturdays
09:52
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Sundays
22:30 1 113 Nayshki
306

Irkutsk – Ulanbaator

Train services have been temporarily suspended

03:20
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
06:50
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
22:42

On the territory of Russia Federation, the timetable indicates Moscow time. On the territory of other states, the timetable shows local time.

The fare indicated is for a single ticket for one passenger in currency. When buying a ticket, the ticket price is recalculated at the current exchange rate and paid in roubles. When buying tickets, passengers can find out the current price on our website or at international ticket offices.

Route Intermediate points Train number 1 class 2 class

Moscow – Ulanbaator

(Carriage Mongolian Railways)

Nayshki

6/5

516,98

330,21

Moscow – Ulanbaator

(Carriage Chinese Railways)

Nayshki

4/3

514,45

306,81

Irkutsk – Ulanbaator

(Carriage Mongolian Railways and Russian Railways)

Nayshki

306/305

167,72/209,98 Periods of low/high demand. Low demand – 1 January to 29 May 2020, 31 August to 12 December 2020. High demand – from 30 May to 30 August 2020.

109,35/138,22 Periods of low/high demand. Low demand – 1 January to 29 May 2020, 31 August to 12 December 2020. High demand – from 30 May to 30 August 2020.

Passenger information

In Russia, tickets for trains running from Russia to Mongolia can be booked at international ticket offices.

Electronic tickets for trains from Russia to Mongolia are sold on the Russian Railways/Passengers website and for trains from Mongolia to Russia on the website of Mongolian Railways.

In Mongolia, tickets for trains running from Mongolia to Russia can be booked at sales points of Mongolian Railways at the following addresses:

1. Ulanbaator, Bayangolsky district, Puteiskaya Street/Ulaanbaatar Khot, Bayangol Dureg, Zamchdyn gudamzh.

Centre for International Ticket Sale/ULANABAATAR TOMOR ZAMYN OLON ULSYN ZORCHIGCHYIN GALT TEREGNIY TASALBAR KHUDALDAHK TOV.

Open: Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 to 19:00; Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 to 14:00.

Information: + 976 (21) 2-41-33 (from 8:00 to 17:00, closed from 12:00 to 13:00).

Senior ticket-teller: + 976 (21) 24-43-67.

Information can be obtained in Mongolian and Russian.

2. Erdenet, Station Ticket Office.

Telephone: + 976 (70) 35-25-05.

3. Darkhan, Station Ticket Office.

Telephone: + 976 (02372) 41-11-29.

4. Sükhbaatar, Station Ticket Office.

Telephone + 976 (0236) 24-05-23.

Open: Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 to 17:00, closed from 12:00 to 13:00.

Information can be obtained in Mongolian.

Information updated on: 19.03.2021