Advice 1: How to get to Vyatskie Polyany

Vyatskiye Polyany is a town located in the Kirov region on the banks of the Vyatka river. Is 328 km from the regional center of Kirov and 172 km from Kazan. To get to Vyatskie Polyany by train, train, bus, taxi and private vehicles.
Vyatskie Polyany
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To Vyatskie Polyany from the bus station of the city of Kirov the bus at 09:30 on weekdays. The fare is 595 R. 50 K., the journey time is 8 hours because the bus goes through Mashhad. From this same station Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 14:30 depart bus number 230. Here it takes 5 hours, the ticket costs 550 R. There is an additional flight on Sundays, leaving transport at 19:30. Also from Kirov to Vyatka glades can be reached by train. Train station at 00:10 moves off the train 368Г with the message Kirov — Kislovodsk. Reaches the designated point at 13:38. The price of a ticket in a compartment — 1500 R., the reserved seat — 1000 R.
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From Moscow to the city trains. The journey time is approximately 15 hours, tickets can be purchased from 1200 to 3000 R. R. in order to get in Vyatskie Polyany should sit on the train Moscow — Izhevsk, Moscow — Neryungri, Moscow — Krasnoyarsk. The departure time needs to be clarified in the help of the Kazan station number 8 (800) 775 00 00.
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From Kazan ' to Vyatskiye glades can be reached by passing train, leaving the station almost every hour. It takes 2 — 3 hours. Direct flights bus Kazan — Vyatskie Polyany does not exist. But daily from the station of the capital of Tatarstan there trains to the final destination. They go to 05:00, 06:00, 07:22, 12:07, 13:32, 16:18, 18 :23 and 20:30.
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Vyatskie Polyany is a large railway station through which trains pass in opposite directions. Therefore, the most convenient option to get to Vyatskie Polyany is the train. To the designated point can be reached from Izhevsk, Irkutsk, Krasnoyarsk, Kislovodsk, Sochi, Nizhnevartovsk, Kharkov, Nizhny Tagil, Ulan-Ude. Through the bus station Vyatskiye glades rides the bus with the direction Ufa — Kirov, Naberezhnye Chelny, Kirov, Nizhnekamsk, Kirov.

Advice 2: How to get to Ulan-Ude

The city of Ulan-Ude is located in the East of Russia, with lake Baikal. To get to the capital of Buryatia is possible by train, plane or car. In most cases, when moving from the Central regions of the country the route is easier to build from Moscow.
How to get to Ulan-Ude
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The fastest way from Moscow to Ulan-Ude on the airplane. This flight perform three airlines. Planes fly from Moscow early in the morning and arrive after 5 hours and 45 minutes.

Due to the remoteness of the region, the tickets are not cheap. It is best to buy them in advance to spend less money. The closer the departure date, the more expensive the flights. For students and pensioners, the government introduced subsidies on flights. Therefore, passengers of these groups need to check with the carriers terms of benefits.
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On the train journey from Moscow to Ulan-Ude will take 3 days and a maximum of 23 - minimum of 9 hours. There is a special route "Moscow - Ulan-Ude" summer it increase the number of trains. But you can use a passing train. One of the cheapest - "Moscow - Chita", the most expensive - "Moscow - Ulan-Bator" and "Moscow - Vladivostok".
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To save on the road, you can buy a cheap plane ticket from Moscow to Irkutsk and then take the train to Ulan-Ude. The path train will take 8-10 hours, so most travelers choose the second-class or common carriage. This method is popular with students.
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The distance from Moscow to Ulan-Ude exceeding 5600 km. And therefore need a lot of fuel if you plan to overcome the way to the car. Add to that the cost of lodging (in roadside hotels or hostels in the big cities - from 1500-2000 rubles for two) and food in the café (200 roubles per meal per person). Besides, some sections of the asphalt pavement is replaced by gravel road.

When choosing a café it is better to prefer those where accumulated trucks because the truckers know the best point of catering on the track. And leaving the major cities to stock up on fuel, because the closer to the destination, the less there are gas stations.
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