This December the Belarusian Railway expands its route network to Russia and countries of Western Europe, the Belarussian Railways press service reports.
New daily trains No. 126/125 Warsaw-Brest and No. 726/725 Brest-Minsk and No. 136/137 Prague-Warsaw-Brest (with Moscow-Prague through coaches) will start running on 15 December.
The passengers travelling by these trains will be able to transfer at the Brest-Tsentralny station to train No. 96 Brest-Moscow and from train No. 27 Moscow-Brest.
From Warsaw, Warsaw-Brest train will depart at 12.51 pm and arrive at the Brest-Tsentralny station at 7.10 pm (hereinafter – local time). Brest-Minsk train will depart from Brest-Tsentralny station at 8 pm and arrive at Minsk-Pasažyrski station at 11.25 pm.
From Minsk, Minsk-Brest train will depart at 3.59 pm and arrive at Brest-Tsentralny station at 7.01 pm. Brest-Warsaw train will depart from Brest-Tsentralny station at 7.56 pm and arrive at Warszawa-Zachodnia at 10.29 pm.
From Prague, Prague-Warsaw-Brest train (under No 115) will depart at 10.23 am and arrive at the Brest-Tsentralny station at 12.47 am. From Brest, it will depart at 7.11 am and arrive at the Prague Main station at 5.39 as No 114.
Prague-Warsaw-Brest train will pass through Ostrava Main railway station (the Czech Republic), Terespol, Warsaw Central, and Katowice (Poland) stations.
A Minsk-Warsaw train ticket will cost BYN 44, which is about $22 0r €19.30, the price of a Prague-Warsaw-Brest ticket may vary depending on the euro exchange rate, as of today it’s BYN 134 (~$66 or €58.70).
Border and customs control for passengers of Prague-Warsaw-Brest trains will take place at the customs hall of at the Brest-Tsentralny station, while Warsaw-Brest passengers will undergo the procedure on the train at the Bug Park.