Each individual seat on the Allegro is equipped with a folding table, adjustable back rest, individual lighting, a socket between the seats for recharging mobile phones and laptops, a place for coats, a footrest and storage pockets for newspapers and magazines.
Lounge meeting room with 6 seats
Self-service zone with tea and coffee
Provision of newspapers and magazines
Children’s playroom in carriage number 7
Facilities for passengers with disabilities:
2 seats (carriage number 2)
Special toilet facility
Carriage is equipped with a lift
Onboard services in the Allegro
The whole train is designated no smoking
Places for passengers with pets
Places for hand luggage
Children’s play corner and a table for swaddling and nappy changing
Currency exchange (in Finland) and return with TaxFree certificates
Passenger information system in Russian, Finnish and English
Service on the train by a specially trained international crew fluent in three languages
Allegro dining car
The Allegro dining car seats 38 passengers and has three bars for 12 people. The restaurant offers passengers drinks, snacks and a la carte dishes.
Groups of passengers can make advance bookings for catering services:
1. Products to take into the carriage (take-away menu for groups from 6 to 40 passengers must be ordered at least 4 days before commencing the journey).
2. A waiter can be requested for the carriage (take-away menu for groups from 6 passengers. The order must be place at least 7 days prior to train departure. Waiter service must be paid for separately).
3. Table reservations in the dining car (advance reservation of dishes from the "Bistro" menu for groups up to 14 people. The order must be place at least 4 days before commencing the journey).
Avecra Oy sales service email@example.com - Round the clock (in Finnish, English and Russian) +358 (0) 307-22-923 - Mon-Fri 8:30 to 16:00 (in Finnish and English)
All customs and border formalities are carried out onboard the Allegro.
The border guards and customs officers have been assigned a designated area on the train.
Passengers must have a valid passport and visa when crossing the Russian-Finland border.
Prior to the border control in Russia, all passengers who are not citizens of the Russian Federation must complete a migration card and inbound customs declaration form (if necessary). Documents are available on the train. Upon arrival in Finland and before passports are checked, passengers should complete the U-Card, except for those citizens who do not require visas (in accordance with the existing list of Finnish Railways).