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.
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”
Lithuanian capital is one of the major transit routes to Kaliningrad. Vilnius Airport offers various flight connections across Europe as well as to Morocco, Egypt and Israel. Also international trains and buses are used by tourists to get there.
There are several ways to travel from Lithuania:
Train from Vilnius to Kaliningrad
Using Vilnius Train station you can board trains to Russia: Kaliningrad, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sochi, etc. There are 5 different trains available. Schedule is quite complex, but you will find from one to three options for any date. Continue reading “Travel from Vilnius to Kaliningrad and back”
As some already know there will be a number of special trains to the World Cup Host Cities that fans will be able to book for FREE. That option includes Kaliningrad as well. Continue reading “Free trains for Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup”