Yaroslavsky railway station (Yaroslavsky Rail Terminal, Ярославский вокзал) is the largest in terms of passengers’ traffic railway station of Moscow. It is one of nine railway stations in the city. Yaroslavsky railway station connects Moscow with regions of northern Russia, the Urals, Siberia and the Far East. This station is the starting point of the famous Trans-Siberian railway Moscow - the Trans-Siberian railway Moscow - Vladivostok, the world's longest railway line. Trans-Siberian Railway length is 9,302 kilometers. Trains to China, Mongolia, North Korea also run from "Yaroslavsky" railway station.
Yaroslavsky railway station was built in 1862 on the Kalanchevskaya (now Komsomolskaya) square. The modern station building was constructed in the years 1902 - 1904 in the old wooden building place. Construction was carried out under direction of architect F. Shekhtel. He managed to create a recognizable and memorable building. The style of old Russian architecture has been used for the station project.
Yaroslavsky railway station connects Moscow with major industrial centers of Russia, such as Vorkuta, Cherepovets, Nizhni Tagil, Nizhnevartovsk. Trains run from Yaroslavsky Station to cities: Vladivostok, Beijing, Ulan Bator, Perm, Arkhangelsk, Kemerovo, Syktyvkar, Nizhny Novgorod, Khabarovsk, Yekaterinburg, Yaroslavl.
Information for travellers
- Yaroslavsky railway station address: Russia, Moscow, Komsomolskaya square, Building 5.
- The nearest metro station is “Komsomolskaya”.
There are some places near the Yaroslavsky station in Moscow, which can be interesting and useful for tourists.
Kazansky railway station.
Leningradsky railway station.
Moscow State Music Hall. Address: Kalanchevskaya street, 33 / 12s2, Moscow.
Department Store “Moskovsky”. Address: Moscow, Komsomolskaya square, 6, building 1.
Find out how to get to and from Yaroslavsky train station.
Metro (subway) provide the best way to get from the station to attractions, museums and other popular places of interest in Moscow. For example, get on the Sokolnicheskaya metro line (line 1; the red line on the maps) to Okhotny Ryad or Lenin Library stations to travel to the Kremlin and the Red Square.
Sheremetyevo Airport can be reached by aeroexpress train from Belorussky Railway Station (Belorusskaya metro station) or by bus from the metro stations Planernaya or Rechnoy Voksal.
Domodedovo airport can be reached by train from Paveletsky station.
Vnukovo airport can be reached by aeroexpress train from Kievsky railway station, or by bus from the metro stations Yugo-Zapadnaya or Octyabrskaya.
Russian Railways - search for train tickets.
Station Location is shown on the map at the bottom of the page.