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How to get to Tyumen?

Elena Melnichenko
Elena Melnichenko
December 19, 2014
How to get to Tyumen?

Tyumen is considered the first city of Siberia, which was founded in 1586. Since ancient times, the city has attracted people from all over Russia. If you are going to visit this Siberian city, then you should definitely think about how to get to Tyumen.

From different parts of the country you can reach the city of Tyumen, while you can use different types of transport.


Roshchino Airport is the largest airport in Tyumen and the region. It accepts flights not only from all cities of Russia, but also from other countries of the world. Local transportation is engaged in the airport Plekhanovo.

If you want to get from Moscow to Tyumen, the flight will take an average of 2, 5 hours. Flights are carried out daily. If this option does not suit you or there are no tickets for the required number, you should consider a transfer option: fly to Ekaterinburg, and then transfer to a local airline or other type of transport.

A train

Tyumen is the largest railway junction in the region, which allows you to reach not only the central part of Russia, but also the Urals and the Far East.

If you need to get from the city of Yekaterinburg to Tyumen, you can use one of the offers of the railway. A detailed schedule of both local and passing trains can be found at rasp.yandex.ru. The average journey time is 4-6 hours, it all depends on the class of the train.

It is worth noting that passengers traveling from Moscow to Tyumen will spend about 30 hours on the train.


Traveling by bus is not suitable for those who are farther than 1500 - 2000 km from Tyumen. The local bus service is very well developed. You can view the schedule on the website.

If you want to get from Moscow or St. Petersburg to Tyumen, you will have to make a transfer: take a part of the way by bus and take a train or another bus. Convenient cities for transplantation are Kazan, Perm, Yekaterinburg.

A car

Those who like to travel by car, you can try to get to Tyumen on their own. If you drive from Moscow, then it is recommended to follow the federal highways - such as the M7, M5 - with the exit to the Irtysh road.


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