Moldova by TrainTrains - Tickets - Routes
A Travel Guide For Train Travel In Moldova.
Here you will find information for Moldova about trains, routes, tours, connections, where to buy train tickets, and more.
Population: 3,55 million
Currency: Moldovan Leu
Country Code: +373
Time Zone: Eastern European Standard Time
The regional trains are operated by Calea Ferată din Moldova (CFM); however, the international connections are often operated by other countries like Ukraine, Romania, etc.
Buy your train tickets for Moldova online on the CFM official homepage.
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There are no rail passes available for Moldova.
Suburbane commuter trains travel short distances around Chisinau.
- No reservations required
Regional Locale trains offer routes throughout the whole country as well as to neighboring countries to destinations such as Odesa, Ukraine; and Socola, Romania.
- 1st, 2nd & 3rd Classes offered
- Reservations required
There are several trains connecting Moldova with Russia, Ukraine, Romania, and Belarus.
International Night Trains:
- Routes: Chisinau – Bucharest, Romania
- Sleeping Carriages:
- 1st class (spalny vagon), 2 berth
- 2nd class (kupé), 4 berth
- Bed reservation required.
- Bistro carriage available selling snacks and drinks, but no restaurant.
- Routes: Chisinau – Kiev, Ukraine
- Operates only some days of the week
- Tickets are not able to be bought online, buy tickets, and check up to date information at the train station.
Frequently Travelled Routes In Moldova
|From > To
|Chisinau to Ungheni||2:06||Direct||Train|
|Chisinau to Bender||1:25||Direct||Bus|
|Chisinau to Balti||4:00||Direct||Train|
|From > To
|Chisinau to Odesa, Ukraine||5:00||Direct||Bus|
|Chisinau to Kiev, Ukraine||15:08||Direct||Train (IR)|
|Chisinau to Călărași, Romania||16:41||2||Train|
|Chisinau to Bucharest, Romania||13:06||Direct||Train|
|Chisinau to Moscow, Russia||28:53||Direct||Train|
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Best Time To Travel To Moldova
We recommend traveling anytime between May and September, you will have limited rainfall and warmer temperatures than in the winter months. July and August are popular months for hiking and camping and wine enthusiasts often visit the capital city in October for the Chinisau Wine Festival.
- High Season: June – August
- Low Season: September – May
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