Belarus by train
How to travel in Belarus by train: information, connections, blog and travel reports. Help in our forum to buy train tickets.
Buy international train tickets online at Infotrain. Note: for some destinations use the local spelling: MOSKVA for MOSCOW, SANKT-PETERBURG for SAINT PETERSBURG, PEKIN for BEIJING, PARIZH for PARIS.
Buy the train ticket at a railway station. Note: in some countries you have to pay a service fee at the ticket counter. The ticket can be purchased at a station in the country of departure, also sometimes in other countries.
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Belarus - Germany
If you want to travel from Belarus to Germany by train, buy your train ticket via one of the given booking links or locally at a train station in Belarus.
Direct night trains are available from Moscow (Russia) to Berlin (Germany) with stops in Belarus: Orsha, Minsk and Brest.
Belarus - Lithuania
If you want to travel from Belarus to Lithuania the best option is to take the direct express trains between Minsk and Vilnius that run three times daily. Tickets can be bought online from Belarusian Railways or at a station.
Belarus - Latvia
If you want to travel from Belarus to Latvia the best option is to take the direct night train between Minsk and Riga that runs every other day. There are no other direct trains between the two countries. Tickets can be bought online from Belarusian Railways or at a station.
Belarus - Poland
To travel from Belarus to Poland by train, buy your train ticket locally at a train station in Belarus.
There are daily connections available from Minsk (Belarus) via Brest (Belarus) to Warsaw (Poland).
Belarus - Russia
To travel from Belarus to Russia by train, buy your train ticket via one of the given booking links or locally at a train station in Belarus.
There are several daily train connections between Belarus and Russia. Train schedules and ticket prices are available via the given booking links.
Belarus - Ukraine
There are several direct trains between Belarus and Ukraine, running from Minsk to cities such as Lviv, Kyiv, Odessa and Kharkiv. These trains all run overnight and usually consist of different types of sleeping cars. Tickets are available online from Belarusian Railways or from train stations.