Tverskaya Zastava Square, 7, Moscow, Russia

Perhaps, neighboring Belarus was a reason why Belorussky station got its name. It is one of nine Moscow railway terminals and was constructed within less than a year with the grand opening ceremony in 1870. Belorussky station is a gateway to west and southwest regions (Smolensk) for Moscow, as well as to north-east (Rybinsk and Uglich) and south (Anapa, Voronezh, and Rostov-on-Don). Belorussky station is often called Russian “gate to Europe”, from where trains depart to Minsk (the capital of Belarus), Berlin, Warsaw, and many other European cities. For passengers' convenience, the station is also connected with Sheremetyevo Airport via Aeroexpress. This railway terminal has also played its role in history. In 1945, the first returning Soviet soldiers brought here victory over Germans. In tribute to all Slavic women who bade farewell to their relatives marching to the war, the “Farewell of Slavianka” monument was installed on the station in 2014.



Getting Around Moscow's Belorussky Railway Station


How to get from Moscow railway station to the airport?

Every person can get to Sheremetyevo Airport from Belorusskiy station using Aeroexpress only in 50 minutes. Aeroexpress terminals can help with buying tickets to this train as well as online booking.

What conveniences does the station provide with?

Belorusskiy station is adjusted for our today. At the station there are ticket offices, information desks, restrooms, as well as different food and souvenir shops.


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