Paris-Moscow by train!
Recapturing the magic of trains criss-crossing Europe in excellent conditions … but we are dreaming of it! That is why we applaud with both hands this new Paris-Moscow service via Strasbourg, Berlin, Warsaw, Minsk that connects these cities by hotel-train 3 times a week from December 16th. This train, one of the longest in Europe (3217 km) will operate three times a week: departures are on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. From Paris Est at 6:58 p.m. or at 11:25 p.m. from Strasbourg, travelers are greeted by “provotniks” (Russian train staff) and installed in comfortable cabins. The train has 2nd class cars (4 bunks per cabin), 1st class (2 berths per cabin) or Deluxe cabins equipped with private sanitary and shower, as in a hotel room! Commissioned in January 2015, 1st and 2nd class cars are each equipped with a shower. The train restaurant welcomes visitors at any time, there is even a cabin service. After one night travelers may decide to stop at Berlin (arrival at 7:08 AM), continue to Warsaw (arrival at 1.35PM) and Moscow (arrival at 10:10AM the next day). Good to know: this train has dedicated staff per car and available 24h / 24h as well as discounted rates for under 26 and senior citizens and for those traveling in small groups (2-5 people) or groups (from 6 persons).
www.eng.rzd.ru and www.voyages-sncf.com