Quite a common question, if it’s possible to take a flight from Kaliningrad to Minsk. Well, it’s quite a complicated puzzle. Russia and Belarus are parts of the so-called Eurasian Union. And the border formally exists, but air travel between two countries treated as a domestic flight and do not incur all standard border controls checks. So, what does it mean for travelers?Continue reading “Kaliningrad – Minsk: flights and visas”
Poland is the main travel route to Kaliningrad for tourists. And it’s obvious that many hope to visit various tourist attractions on their way. Malbork Castle is a true gem to explore. Especially if you be lucky to travel during some historical reenactment events happening there from time to time.Continue reading “Visit Malbork Castle during a trip to Kaliningrad”
Low-cost airlines like Wizzair, RyanAir provide a lot of available connections in nearby cities in Poland and Lithuania where you can take a bus or train to Kaliningrad. But we have great news! Continue reading “Cheap flights to Kaliningrad, Russia from London, UK and Rome, Italy”
The Belarus transit visa issue was a critical issue for many fans, that plan to visit Minsk and other cities. As well as taking a flight or a train, including Free Trains between Kaliningrad and Moscow.
Today a new agreement between Russia and Belarus was signed: a temporary agreement on mutual visa recognition for the upcoming large sports events. It means, that World Cup FanID can be used to cross Belarus border.
Still to find an official text of the agreement, but I believe that the Belarus Transit Puzzle is finally solved.
Several traveling fans asked us for a secure option to leave a car in Kaliningrad. Unfortunately Stadium Parking will be closed for security reasons. But organizers confirmed that there will be a Park+Ride option to leave the car at the special parking area for several days. Continue reading “Secure Parking during the World Cup in Kaliningrad”
While other bus companies are still waiting for something, Ecolines started their sale for June 2018. Now you can book tickets to Kaliningrad online! Continue reading “First bus tickets to Kaliningrad from Gdansk, Warsaw, Berlin, Vilnius, Riga available for booking”
5 bus routes were announced for the World Cup matchdays today:
- Khrabrovo Airport – Kaliningrad Stadium – Pink
- North Railway Station (Severnyj) – Stadium – Blue
- South Railway station (Juzhnij) – Stadium – Red
- Official Parking – Stadium – Black
- Official Parking – North Railway Station – Green
Warsaw is a great tourist destination. As well as a transit point for travelers who wish to visit Kaliningrad. Let’s see what transport options are currently available. Planes, buses, trains, connections… Continue reading “How to get to Kaliningrad via Warsaw”
We have an unexpected news today. Two trains to Poland and Lithuania was announced by the local railway company. Actually, you will have to switch trains near the border. Test runs scheduled in January. Continue reading “New trains from Gdansk and Klaipeda to Kaliningrad”
Kaliningrad region has one airport Khrabrovo and it under reconstruction for the FIFA World Cup now. Most of the flights are domestic. Popular destinations are Saint Petersburg and three different Moscow airports: Domodedovo, Sheremetyevo, Vnukovo.
Connection in those cities will be most popular option for those who will travel to see football matches for long distances.
Two more World Cup Host Cities have direct flights from Kaliningrad – to Yekaterinburg and Kazan. Second can be very useful for B2 team fans in June 2018.
Other Russian destinations are Novy Urengoy, Ufa, Cherepovec.
International Flights from Kaliningrad airport
2017 was memorable for good news about international flights: now we got new flights to Berlin (Germany), Warsaw (Poland), Prague (Czech). It’s a nice option for Deutschland and Polska fans to start their World Cup journey to Russia. Continue reading “Flights to Kaliningrad: international and domestic”