How to get
Kostroma Railway Station is called “Kostroma Novaya”. Kostroma has got several regular communications:
1. Moscow (all trains from Kostroma arrive at the Moscow’s Railway station “Yaroslavskiy”, the underground station “Komsomol’skaya”).
|Number||Train route||Departure from Kostroma*||Arrival in Moscow||Departure from Moscow||Arrival in Kostroma||Transit time|
|147||Kostroma – Moscow||23-00||5-43||—||—||6 h 43 min||Daily|
|148||Moscow - Kostroma||—||—||23-10||5-38||6 h 28 min||Daily|
2. Kostroma is situated along the Trans-Siberian Railway. From here moving by train you can reach the very Eastern points of Russia – Vladivostok and Khabarovsk. Moving to the west by these trains you may reach Moscow also.
|Number||Train route||Departure from Kostroma*||Arrival in Kostroma||Departure from Moscow||Arrival in Moscow||Transit time|
|240||Moscow - Vladivostok||7-15||6-45||00-35||—||6 h 10 min||Even dates 31/1 – 30, 1, 3, 5, 8|
|239||Vladivostok – Moscow||4-30||4-00||—||11-03||6 h 33 min||Odd dates 30/1 – 31, 2, 4, 6, 9|
|44||Moscow – Khabarovsk||7-15||6-45||00-35||—||6 h 10 min||Odd dates 30/1 – 31, 2, 4, 6, 9|
|43||Khabarovsk - Moscow||4-30||4-00||—||11-03||6 h 33 min||Even dates 31/1 – 30, 1, 3, 5, 8|
3. St. Petersburg
|Number||Train route||Departure from Kostroma*||Arrival in St. Petersburg||Departure from St. Petersburg||Arrival in Kostroma||Transit time|
|695||Kostroma – St.Petersburg||18-22||11-15||—||—||16 h 53 min||Daily|
|696||St. Peresburg - Kostroma||—||—||17-40||9-04||15 h 24 min||Daily|
|Number||Train route||Departure from Kostroma*||Arrival in Yaroslavl||Departure from Yaroslavl||Arrival in Kostroma|
|6403||Kostroma - Yaroslavl||8-03||—||—||—||Daily, except Thursday|
|6404||Kostroma - Yaroslavl||9-07||—||—||—||Daily|
|6409||Kostroma - Yaroslavl||16-50||—||—||—||Daily|
|6410||Kostroma - Yaroslavl||19-46||—||—||—||Daily|
|6413||Yaroslavl - Kostroma||—||—||11-20||—||Daily|
|6414||Yaroslavl - Kostroma||—||—||14-30||—||Daily|
|6405||Yaroslavl - Kostroma||—||—||18-55||—||Daily|
|6406||Yaroslavl - Kostroma||—||—||21-58||—||Daily, except Wednesday|
For more information, please call: +7 4942 49 02 25, Kostroma Railway Station, Shirokaya Sq., 2, or visit www.rzd.ru
The airport “Sokerkino” carries out passenger and cargo transportation within neighboring regions. The regular communications are established with St. Petersburg, Moscow, Anapa and other cities.
For more information, please call: +7 4942 51 73 22, Kostroma Airport, Kostromskaya St., or visit
You can take the northeastern direction of the federal motor road Moscow-Kholmogory (M-8) to travel from Moscow to Kostroma. Once you have reached the Yaroslavl, please take right and move along the motor road A-113. The distance of 330 kilometers will take about 6 hours of travel. The road passes through the ancient Russian towns of Pereslavl-Zalesskiy and Rostov.
There are bus trips daily to/from Moscow’s Shchyolkovsky bus station (underground railway station “Shchyolkovskaya”), plus you can take buses stopping in transit. Most of these stop at Pereslavl-Zalessky and Yaroslavl.
There are also daily trips to/from St. Petersburg, Vladimir, Ivanovo, Kazan’, Yaroslavl, Rybinsk, Nizhny Novgorod and others.
For more information, please call: +7 4942 22 02 33, Kostroma Bus Station, Kineshemskoye Highway, 21.
In summer from the river station there is a range of passenger services on the Volga to places as distant as Astrakhan. From about early June to early October, long–distance Volga passenger ships stop in Kostroma every couple of days on their way between Moscow and cities like Nizhny Novgorod, Kazan and Astrakhan. Cruise ships like Dmitry Pozharksy, George Zhukov, Alexander Suvorov, Michael Frunze and others are presented.
For more information, please call: +7 4942 31 39 12, Kostroma River Port, Nizhnyaya Debrya St., 24, or visit www.kostroma-port.ru