Russian Railways is doing its bit to make life easier for soccer fans coming to the 2018 World Cup.
They are rolling out three new high-speed routes that will link Moscow to other European capitals – the trains will connect Moscow to Kiev, Warsaw, Berlin and Paris.
The first such route will open in December, linking Moscow to Berlin and Paris.
Travelers will need nearly two days to get to their final destination. The company is working on ways to reduce this time.
Russian Railways has also promised to soon unveil a new transport scheme linking the 13 host cities of the 2018 World Cup.