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Lux Express in the Baltics

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This message is primarily for Gertie, but anyone else who cares to reply is welcome to do so.

My question is whether I have to reserve a seat ahead of time, or can I just show up and buy a seat at the coach station.

I think I have to buy a ticket or reserve a seat in St. Petersburg, but I'm assuming I can buy a ticket at Tallinin, Riga, or Vilnius ahead of time.

It appears that I can take a train from Helsinki to St. Petersburg. Is that correct?

Thanks for any help you can give.

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