Departures of the Tallinn-St Petersburg-Moscow train are temporarily suspended


Due to the spread of COVID-19-causing coronavirus, the departures of the Tallinn-St. Petersburg-Moscow train are temporarily suspended from March 20. Tickets that have already been sold will be refunded.

“Today we received information from Russian Railways that the train has been temporarily suspended to prevent the spread of the virus and to ensure passenger safety. We ask passengers who have purchased a ticket to contact the customer service of Go Rail, the company responsible for ticket sales, for a refund, ”commented Erik Laidvee, Chairman of the Board of Eesti Raudtee.

On March 12, the Government of the Republic declared a state of emergency regarding the worldwide pandemic spread of COVID-19-causing coronavirus and the consequent threat of massive infection in Estonia. The state of emergency is, as it stands, valid until 1 May.

For refund requests and additional information please contact Go Rail customer service:

Phone +372 631 0044


Go Rail Ticket Office on the 2nd floor of Baltic Station in Tallinn is temporarily closed from 21.03.2020