How to get to Tula?

The city of Tula was awarded the honorary title Hero City. Tula is famous for its huge number of attractions, one of the most outstanding is the Tula Weapons Museum. Undoubtedly, the Tula Kremlin is also an important and honorable architectural creation. On the territory of the Kremlin there is the Epiphany Cathedral and the Assumption Cathedral. It is also considered important academic drama theater. Gorky.

Thanks to all these attractions, the city of Tula has a large number of tourists every year. If you also want to join them, then you should know how to get to Tula.

From Moscow and St. Petersburg

Tula can be reached in several different ways (bus, car, train, and also associated transport). Let's consider them in more detail:

Motor transport

The bus to Tula can be reached every dayroute. From the metro station "Krasnogvardeyskaya" you can get to Tula in just 3 hours and 15 minutes. Also from the station "Domodedovo" you can get to Tula around the same time. But from the metro station "Dmitry Donskoy" by shuttle bus to Tula can be reached in just 2 hours. From "Schelkovskaya" station to Tula you can get by passing buses, but here they already go much less often, the journey time will not be more than 2 hours. We need to focus on the buses that followed in Kurkino, Voronezh, Kharkov, Livny, Klimovsk.

From St. Petersburg to Tula, you can reachbus for an average of 9-10 hours. Find out the timetable for the nearest flight, as well as purchase tickets online at avokzal.ru. You can also get to Moscow and there if necessary, make a transfer.

Naturally, it is much more convenient to get there by own transport. It is only necessary to overcome about 190 km along the M2 "Crimea".

Railway

From Moscow to Tula you can also get totrain, flight at 7:08 from the Kursk railway station or from the station Kalanchevskaya flights at 11:04; 14:56; 18:00; 20:34 (on the weekend, the flight is at 12:57). Find out the timetable and the exact cost of tickets at tutu.ru.

If you need to get to Tula fromSt. Petersburg, then you will spend a little longer (approximately 12-14 hours). Regular and passing train services allow choosing almost any convenient time. Trains depart from the Moscow railway station, the cost of tickets - from 1500 rubles.

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