After four years of suspended service we were happy to read that trains will once again run between St Petersburg and the Estonian capital, Tallinn.
The journey takes 7 hours, and has just one departure in each direction every day. According to this article in the Moscow Times the service was suspended due to lack of profitability, leaving only the Moscow-Tallinn service in operation.
We haven't found out the best place to book yet, but we're looking into it. And in the meantime have found out that the departure from Tallinn is at 7:03 am and in the other direction, 7:32 pm from St. Petersburg. The ticket costs 25 euros ($31).
This is the website recommended in the Moscow Times article, but I haven't managed to decipher much useful information yet. Go Rail Website
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