Not so long ago to buy a train ticket , you had to drive to the train station , examine the schedule , select the appropriate date and defend the place to the cashier . In this whole process often spend a lot of time and nerves. Fortunately, now you can book a ticket for just 10 - 15 minutes , and for that you do not have to go anywhere . All you need - a computer with access to the network or phone. Also it is necessary to prepare in advance a set of documents required for registration of the ticket.
The easiest way to book a train ticket - a call into a single information service center of JSC " Russian Railways". The center operates around the clock, seven days a week . The call is completely free, it does not matter whether you call from a fixed local number or a cell phone .
To book a train ticket over the phone, the operator will need information on the documents that can verify the identity of passengers. Usually it is a passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation . Pick up a
- Unified information service center JSC "Russian Railways": 8-800-775-00-00.
- Address the service center of the Moscow Railway Agency: Moscow (metro station "Komsomolskaya"), Komsomolskaya pl., D. 5, first floor, the hall №2.
Book a train ticket via the Internet is also quite easy. However, in this case, the booking must be paid immediately , since we are talking about buying an electronic ticket . If for any reason you decide to cancel the trip , the ticket can be returned via personal cabinet or in one of the ticket office upon presentation of the ticket voucher .
To buy an electronic ticket, you should:
- register on the official website of the JSC "Russian Railways» (rzd.ru);
- select the train;
- fill in the fields of the application, indicating the bank account to pay for the ticket and personal details of every passenger;
- following the instructions on the website "Russian Railways", pay the ticket;
- get control coupon and print it (you can also simply write the coupon number);
- get a boarding pass at the ticket office or self-service terminals.