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Sapsan is the name of a high speed train connecting two Russian capitals. Sapsan train derived its name from the fastest bird in the falcon family. Designed by Siemens AG it is a high speed train, that can reach the speed up to 250 km/h and is...more
Komsomolskaya Square | Leningradskiy Rail Terminal, Moscow 129515, Russia
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Now this is not your average review of the Sapsan Train from St Petersburg to Moscow, but one from the perspective of this was a once in a lifetime trip for us and wanted to do it different.
There were 4 of us travelling, 2...More
Sapsan restaurant, Moscow - Petersburg
If you are in bad mood, head directly to Sapsan restaurant carriage! My train was at 6.50, which is enough to make one feel low, the metro delayed its first train by half an hour, my carriage was # 7,...More
What a great cheap way to travel from one city to another. It is clean and well organised. I thought buying tickets in the lowest class that it would be ordinary but definatly not. I was very pleasantly surprised.
We travelled by Bullet train from Moscow to St. Petersburg and then to Helsinki.
Great experience and wonderful time just relaxing and watching the world go by.
We travelled in business case which was not expensive, no rushing around like at airport plenty of room...More
Impressive. Very comfortable. Good food and drink service at your table. A range of newspapers available. Separate area to hang coats etc., A useful feature is a customer service desk where you can give details of which carriage you are in and where you are...More
We took this train from Moscow to St Petersburg, smooth, comfortable, effortless just like bullet trains elsewhere but substantially slower than those in say China. We only saw a maximum speed of 203 km per hour
Well I am not sure a bout changing the ticket. Depends probally how far from travel you are. As for the Saspan train, Allkuans is correct about the travel time. Its only 4 hrs, so that should be the first thing you should... More
Well I am not sure a bout changing the ticket. Depends probally how far from travel you are. As for the Saspan train, Allkuans is correct about the travel time. Its only 4 hrs, so that should be the first thing you should check. I have take both over night and Saspan to from Moscow to St. Pete. And both have been from Leningadsky station. I do recall being able to get a refund and then having to buy a new ticket as an option. But it involves filling out paperwork and just waiting. I opted just to eat the $$ and just bought a new ticket. Seeing as its was less than $36.