Shortest travel time:
1 d 15 h 33 m
Longest travel time:
1 d 15 h 33 m
Lowest train ticket cost:
$338
Avg. weekly departures:
1
Earliest departure:
19:00
Latest departure:
19:00
Moscow
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3018 km
Paris

Moscow to Paris Train Information

Traveling on Moscow - Paris train is a great opportunity to see Europe at its best as the train goes through 5 countries: Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, and France. Despite not being the fastest way to travel between these two magnificent capitals, Moscow to Paris train is definitely a spectacular one. You'll spend one and a half day onboard a modern and comfortable night train, enjoying scenic landscapes and lovely cities on your way through Europe. There're 3 different coach classes for you to choose from, but all of them include a comfortable bed with a table, air-conditioning, and lockable doors. And when you get hungry, you are welcome to dine at the delightful restaurant car. As the Moscow to Paris train route goes through Belarus, Poland, and Germany, keep in mind that it would be wise to carefully study the passport-administrative rules as you might need a transit visa (which is checked during border controls and cannot be obtained on the spot).
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Moscow to Paris Train Timetable

Train type
Fastest trip
Longest trip
Earliest
Latest
Departures per week
Evening trains
1 d 15 hrs 33 min
1 d 15 hrs 33 min
19:00
19:00
1

Trains on Moscow - Paris Route

Brand name
Train type
Travel time
Price from
Departures per week
Rating
Russian railways
Russian railways
Comfort night train
1 d 15 hrs 33 min
$338
1
8.9 / 10 based on 35 reviews

Moscow to Paris Train Review & Rating

A great chance to see a piece of Europe on a comfortable train. It was an unforgettable experience.

Peter Holtz about traveling from Moscow to Paris