Daily Overnight Train by Tverskoy Express
One of the most convenient ways to travel from Moscow to Saint Petersburg is by taking a Megapolis train. While the route is served by quite a few trains, a Megapolis has one distinctive advantage - these trains ply between the famous Russian capitals only at night. Why lose a few hours of productivity if you can just spend one night onboard instead? The trains boast a colorful design, and both exterior and interior are made in bright orange and blue colors. Megapolis trains also pride themselves on really great amenities, offering everything a traveler might need for a comfortable night onboard. There are two travel classes to select from, a 4-bed sleeper (Kupe) and a 2-bed sleeper (SV). Passengers of both classes are welcome to take advantage of power sockets, air-conditioning, lockable doors, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Keep in mind that while it's possible to travel alone (if you book both seats in a 2-bed sleeper), the bathrooms are common on a train, and you can find one in both ends of a train car.
Travel Classes Onboard Megapolis Train
4-bed SleeperThis class on board the Megapolis train features compartments shared by 4 passengers. They are equipped with 2 lower beds and 2 upper beds, a table, a mirror, air-conditioning, lockable doors, free WiFi, and air-conditioning. The ticket includes a bed-linen set, mineral water, sometimes also a snack. There are two shared bathrooms per train car as well. The Restaurant car where you can purchase food and drinks is in the neighboring train car. The carrier declares that it conducts a thorough sanitation, cleaning and disinfection of all common areas on its trains, including surfaces, seats, handles, windows, tables, luggage compartments, bathrooms and operator cabins. Mask is required
This class on board the Megapolis train is the most comfortable of the two available classes. Cars of this type feature 9 compartments, each shared by 2 passengers. They are equipped with two lower beds, a socket for 220V, free WiFi, and air-conditioning. The ticket price is indicated per person, it is possible to travel alone in the cabin (not to share it with someone else) by booking two tickets. The ticket includes mineral water, a bed-linen set, slippers, and sometimes sometimes also a snack and newspapers. There are also two shared bathrooms per train car. The Restaurant car where you can purchase food and drinks is in the neighboring train car.