Russian Railways Moscow Luxury Train to Nice
Arrive in Nice on the latest luxury train experience, escorting travelers who have the time (and the money) to enjoy an Old European experience but with new, modern amenities. The luxury train recently whisked well-heeled Russian travelers from Moscow over 50 hours across the continent to Nice. The inaugural train kicks off the new luxury travel service from Russian Railways who offers a once-a-week run for those with money and time.
In the era of bullet trains and air travel, this train travels at a sedate 63 kph (40 mph), and just slightly faster on the return. For fares ranging from €306 ($412) one-way to €1,200 ($1,616) for a luxury apartment, the traveler passes through two dozen cities and a half-dozen countries before reaching Nice.
The Russian Railways luxury train service celebrates the Old World style of Russian elegance and renews interest in a traditional travel method. The train has three deluxe carriages, six first-class carriages, and one second-class carriage. Between Moscow and Brest, the train has two restaurant carriages of the Federal Passenger Company’s Moscow subsidiary, and on the Warsaw – Nice – Warsaw part of the journey, the train has two restaurant carriages of the PKP Intercity company (Poland).
The restaurant carriages offer Russian and European cuisine, with menus provided in Russian and English. Restaurant staff speak Russian, Polish, and English.
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