Nizhny Novgorod Sapsan Station
The Nizhny Novgorod Railway Station serves as the Sapsan train hub in Russia’s 5th largest city.
Originally built in 1862, the Nizhny Novgorod station was completely remodeled in the 1960’s and modernized in the early 2000’s.
Located at 2 Revolution Square, its most popular route runs back and forth between Moscow’s Kurskiy Station.
Nizhny Novgorod Railway Station is easily accessible by all forms of public transportation. The closest metro station is Moskovskaya, which connects to both of the city’s metro lines.
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What to do
Since its latest renovations in 2017, the Nizhny Novgorod Station has lots of amenities available for business travelers and tourists including:
It’s always recommended to arrive at the train station at least a half hour before your departure time, especially if it’s your first time traveling from the station.
Be advised, all arrival and departure signs are only in Russian. Agents are available to help you if needed, but getting there early will make things easier.
There are agents available to help you if needed, but getting there early will make things easier.
Also remember that you need your passport and printed boarding pass to board all Sapsan trains.