Leningradsky Rail Terminal

The Leningradsky Rail Terminal can be found at 3 Komsomolskaya Ploshad in Moscow on the Three Station Square. Out of the nine main railway stations, Leningradsky Rail is the oldest terminal in the capital city of Russia.

The Leningradsky Rail Terminal serves destinations such as Finland, St. Petersburg, northwest Russia, Estonia, Moscow, Finland and Helsinki. Some of the trips on the Leningradsky Terminal itinerary will take you into the picturesque country of Mongolia, which is also known as the Motherland of Chingis Chan. You can also explore Russia, the largest country in the world, with its incredible natural beauty and its many cultural groups. You are not limited to just traveling around Russia, trains leaving the Leningradsky Rail Terminal take passengers to Lake Baikal, Siberia and China, a country filled with thousands of year's worth of history.

Some passengers use the Leningradsky Terminal to just get around Moscow and others use the Terminal to get to their various holiday destinations. Passengers also have the choice of choosing already arranged tour packages. You can look out for 'Legend Tours' or other similar tour groups where you can pick one of their many holiday packages.

These pre-arranged trips from the Leningradsky Terminal not only take you to exciting destinations but also include fishing, hiking, photo safaris, horse riding, bird watching, trekking, camel riding, cultural and city tours. All trips normally include a foreign language guide to ensure your enjoyment and to provide you with interesting facts about all the places you are going to visit.

The construction of Leningradsky Terminal began in 1844 and was completed seven years later in 1851. Before the Terminal was completed it was named the terminus of the Moscow-Saint Petersburg Railway. In 1851 the Emperor Nicholas 1 died and it was then that the name of the rail terminal was changed to Nikolayevsky after the Emperor. In 1925 the Bolsheviks named it Oktyabrsky Station after the October Revolution. Later the Railway Terminal was named Leningradsky when the city of Petrograd became Leningrad.

The Leningradsky Rail Terminal operates from Monday to Friday at 09:00 to 18:00. For more information contact the Leningradsky Rail Terminal on their 24-hour telephone line: (495) 262-9143.


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