Stations in Sevastopol and their features

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Stations in Sevastopol and their features
Stations in Sevastopol and their features

Until 2014, trains from Moscow and various cities of Ukraine ran to the Sevastopol railway station. For five years now, only electric trains from neighboring Simferopol have been going to it. In addition, the bus station and the seaport can be attributed to the stations of Sevastopol. Let's analyze the properties of each of them below.


If you go by train

The first station in Sevastopol appeared in 1875. It was badly damaged during the Second World War, so in 1950 a modern building was opened. At first, a monument to Stalin stood in front of it, and after dismantling, a fountain was built. In 2014, railway communication with Ukraine and Moscow through its territory was stopped. Since then, the “single ticket” system has been operating with Russia, that is, by bus from Sevastopol to the Kerch Strait crossing, and then by ferry to the Taman Peninsula and the same bus to Krasnodar, where you can transfer to trains to different cities of Russia.

Interestingly, the railway in front of it contains six tunnels, two of which are within the city. You can admire these tunnels from the window of the train, which departs from the station of Sevastopol fourtimes a day. Therefore, you can choose a convenient time. The current schedule of the Sevastopol station is as follows:

  1. 05:20.
  2. 08:30.
  3. 12:20.
  4. 17:50.

Trip to Simferopol takes 1 hour and 50 minutes. The ticket costs 118 rubles. The distance between cities is 80 kilometers. Therefore, the tariff is 1.5 rubles per kilometer. This is more expensive than tariffs in Ukraine and Belarus.

In the opposite direction, from Simferopol to Sevastopol, suburban trains depart according to the following schedule:

  1. 05:25.
  2. 08:30.
  3. 15:00.
  4. 17:50.

Since 2014, electric trains in Crimea have been owned by the Crimean Railway as part of Roszheldor, and before that they were part of the Dnieper Railway of Ukraine.

Train station in Sevastopol
Train station in Sevastopol

Bus station. Features

Opposite the railway station of Sevastopol is the city bus station. Two notable streets lead to it. This is:

  • Geroev Sevastopol;
  • Kotovsky.

His address is Vokzalnaya street, 11.

Sevastopol station schedule is as follows:

  1. Buses depart for Simferopol from 05:35 to 21:00. The trip takes, like by train, 1 hour and 50 minutes. The final destination can be different cities: Krasnodar, Kerch, Sudak, Armyansk and even Pyatigorsk. The ticket costs from 240 rubles. Buses can be both daily and seasonal, that is, they run only during the tourist season.
  2. On Simeiz. Buses to it follow the road along the southern coast of Crimea.
  3. Flights to Y alta depart at 06:25 and 08:10, two hours on the way.
  4. The flight to the resort town of Pyatigorsk leaves at 12:00, the trip takes 23 hours. The ticket costs 2800 rubles.
Railway station of Sevastopol
Railway station of Sevastopol

Flights from the northern bus station

In addition to the bus station, in Sevastopol there is a small bus station on the northern shore of the bay, that is, opposite the Grafskaya pier. It's called North. Flights depart from it to the northern and western parts of Crimea - to Evpatoria, Armyansk, Chernomorskoye and to the border crossing at Perekop.

It takes two hours to get to Evpatoria, and four hours to the village of Chernomorsky on the Tarkhankut Peninsula.

To the border crossing at Perekop (Turkish shaft) go 5, 5 hours. The schedule is:

  1. 10:30.
  2. 13:10.
  3. 14:15.
  4. 17:10.
Ruins and Cathedral of Sevastopol
Ruins and Cathedral of Sevastopol

Seaport of Sevastopol

The city is seaside, so it has a port from where boats go. It is located next to Nakhimov Square. The seaport schedule in Sevastopol is as follows:

  1. The ferry between North Bay and Artbay runs from 07:30 to 19:00.
  2. Boats on the route "City - North" run from 5 am to midnight.
  3. Boats between Artbukhta and Radiogorka run from 6 am to 9 pm.
  4. Boats on the route "City - Inkerman" run from 7 am to 8 pm.

Besides this, there is also an international sea connection from Sevastopol to the Turkish port of Zonguldak. Flights are operated by ferry"Varyag", which can accommodate 50 cars. Passenger transportation costs $100, and cars - $600. The ferry is used to transport fruit from Turkey to Crimea.

Not far from the seaport there are two museums - the art and the Black Sea Fleet and the restaurant "Cat in a Sailor Suit".