Travel-planning service OneTwoTrip has revealed the routes where you can find low-cost flight and rail options in the first month of summer. To do this, we analyzed the average prices for one-way tickets from the most popular Russian cities according to the search queries of the service's customers for June.
Most often, for the first summer month, travelers are looking for air tickets departing from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Yekaterinburg and Kazan. From the capital, it is most budgetary to fly to Arkhangelsk (on average for 2,300 rubles), a flight to Kaliningrad will cost a little more, at 3,200 rubles. Flights to St. Petersburg can be found on average for 3,300 rubles, and to Tyumen – for 3,400 rubles. Ulyanovsk closes the top budget destinations – a ticket here from Moscow in June costs about 3,700 rubles.
It is most profitable for Petersburgers to fly to Kaliningrad (the flight costs about 2,400 rubles). Air travel from St. Petersburg to Moscow or Arkhangelsk will cost 3,000 rubles, to Murmansk – 3,100 rubles. You can fly to Kostroma with a budget of 3,800 rubles, and to Vologda – for 3,900 rubles.
Residents of Sochi in June can fly inexpensively to Moscow and Mineralnye Vody – for 3,500 rubles. A ticket to Kazan will cost 3,600 rubles, and to Ufa – 3,900. The cost of a flight to Samara is on average 4,100 rubles, and to Kaluga – 4,200 rubles.
From Yekaterinburg, it is most profitable to go to Nyagan – the flight will cost an average of 3,200 rubles. You can get to Uray by laying down 3,300 rubles, and to Sovetsky – 3,800. Prices for a flight to Moscow average 4,000 rubles, and to Ufa – 4,300 rubles.
Cheap airfare from Kazan in June you can buy to Saransk (it costs 3,000 rubles) and to St. Petersburg – for 4,000 rubles. You can fly to Moscow and Kostroma with a budget of 4,100 rubles, to Kaluga – 4,500, and to Ufa – 5,400.
< p>Most often, travelers are looking for tickets with departures in June from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan and Krasnodar. From the capital, it is most budgetary to take a train to Tver (on average for 500 rubles), a ticket to Kaluga will cost a little more, at 550 rubles. You can get to Yaroslavl for 750 rubles, and to Bryansk, Vologda and Kostroma – for 850 rubles. Tambov, Smolensk and Lipetsk close the top budget destinations – a ticket here in June costs about 1,000 rubles.
The cheapest way for Petersburgers is to go by train to Pskov (a ticket costs about 650 rubles). A trip from St. Petersburg to Ulyanovsk will cost 750 rubles, to Yaroslavl or Tver – 1,000 rubles. You can get to Petrozavodsk, Arkhangelsk and Smolensk with a budget of 1,200 rubles, and to Moscow – 1,350 rubles.
Residents of Sochi can travel inexpensively to Krasnodar, Stavropol or Vladikavkaz in June – for 800 rubles. A ticket to Nalchik will cost 1,000 rubles, and to Anapa – 1,200 rubles. The budget for a trip to Simferopol is 1,300 rubles, and to Rostov-on-Don or Mineralnye Vody – 1,400 rubles.
From Kazan, it is most profitable to go to Ulyanovsk – a ticket will cost about 900 rubles. You can get to Astrakhan by paying 1,000 rubles, to Izhevsk and Perm – 1,200 rubles. Prices for a railway trip to Yekaterinburg or Saransk average 1,300 rubles, and to Tyumen – 1,500 rubles.
The cheapest ticket from Krasnodar in June can be bought to Nalchik (it costs about 500 rubles) and to Novorossiysk – for 600 rubles. You can go to Sochi or Anapa with a budget of 800 rubles, to Vladikavkaz or Mineralnye Vody – 850, and to Rostov-on-Don – 1,000.