Thus, the number of passengers who will be able to travel by train to Kaliningrad will increase by almost 3,000 people per month.
Four trains run to Kaliningrad: No. 29/30 “Yantar” Moscow – Kaliningrad (daily), No. 79/80 St. Petersburg – Kaliningrad (four times a week), No. 359/360 Adler – Kaliningrad (every other day), No. 148 /147 Kaliningrad – Moscow (three times a week).
To cross the Lithuanian border by train, passengers must have a simplified transit document for rail transport (FRTD, train ticket) or a Schengen visa.
“On the territory of Lithuania, only technical stops are provided: passengers are not boarded and disembarked,” Russian Railways reminds.
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