A new international train route is to take travelers through Ukraine, Belarus, Latvia, and Lithuania.

The train will run weekly from Sept. 28, departing from Kyiv at 2.07 p.m. and from Riga at 11.10 a.m. local time.

The cost of the 19-hour trip across four capital cities is as yet unknown, but tickets will be affordable, head of the Ukrainian state railroad company Ukrzaliznytsya Yevhen Kravtsov said on Aug. 9.

Ukrzaliznytsya is also reportedly in talks with its Estonian counterpart over the possible extension of the route to Tallinn.

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