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New train Minsk Novoalekseevka



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For the summer season of 2017 Ukrzaliznytsia launches a new international train that will run between Ukraine and Belarus.

Train 100 Novoalekseevka — Minsk — Novoalekseevka will be going daily from June 1 to September 22, 2017. The journey time will be about 26 hours 30 minutes in each direction. The flight will perform stops in Zaporozhye, Melitopol, Pavlograd, Kharkov, Sumy, Gomel, Bobruisk and at other stations along the route.

The Minsk-Novoalekseevka train runs daily, also according to the schedule «two even ones with two odd ones» the train will additionally include the non-stop carriages Minsk-Berdyansk.

The time of departure of the train from Novoalekseevka (Pridneprovskaya Railway) is 21:35, arrival to the passenger station of Minsk is at 00:10 every other day. In the opposite direction, train No. 100 will depart at 07:44 and arrive at Novoalekseevka station at 9:32.

Buy train tickets to Novoalekseevka-Minsk (No. 100) can be found on the Online Tickets site or at the company's physical office. To buy a railway ticket online, select the necessary departure and arrival points for the train, for example, the Novoalekseevka station of the Dnieper railway and the Minsk-Passenger station, enter the desired date of your trip and click the «Find» button. Next, you can choose the car of the desired class, see the location of vacant seats, the cost of the trip and buy the necessary tickets, following the tips on the page.

Also you can book train tickets in the office or by phone:

 



Category: Railway
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Date of publication: 07.06.2017


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