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"Muscovites will have more opportunities to comfortably get to the resort. The sale of tickets for the interregional bus route from Moscow to Yalta has been opened. The first bus will depart on August 19 from the Saláryevo bus station," Mosgortrans informed.

Buses will run once a week. Travel time will be 29 hours.

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The buses have a security system, drivers change along the route. For the comfort of passengers, climate control works in the cabin, and ergonomic seats are equipped with folding tables and footrests.

You can buy tickets to Yalta in the Moscow Metro app, on the website, at the ticket offices of all Moscow bus stations, as well as at additional ticket offices at the Pavelétskaya, Saláryevo and Orékhovo metro stations.

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