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Train timetables in English and Russian (incl. prices [in Russian roubles] and on-line booking) are available online.[https://www.tutu.travel/poezda/]
 
Train timetables in English and Russian (incl. prices [in Russian roubles] and on-line booking) are available online.[https://www.tutu.travel/poezda/]
  
The new Khiva railway station has opened since June 2019. A train to Buchara leaves three times a week at 8.57 AM and costs 80.000 som per person. The trip takes 6 hours. You'll arrive at a station called Buchara, but it is actually 10 kilometers from Buchara. Skip the annoying taxi drivers outside the train station that ask far too much for the ride that they will tell you to be 15 kilometers. Instead take a (mini)bus, just 200 meter from the station near the road (1000 som per person).
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The new Khiva railway station ismin operating since June 2019. A train to Buchara leaves three times a week at 8.57 am and will cost 80.000 som per person. The trip takes 6 hours. You'll arrive at a station called Buchara, but it is actualle 1 kilometers from Buchara. Skip the annoying taxi drivers that ask far too many for the ride that they assume to be 15 kilometers and take a (mini)bus, just 200 meter from the station near the road (1000 som per person)
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Update per june 26, 2019. The new railwaystation has opened and from Khiva there are direct trains to Buchara three times a week leaving at 8.57 am and arriving 6 hours later around 2.45 pm. One way tickets are 85.000 som per person. Trains go via Urgench. This is a new line with new material.
  
 
There is a new train running most days: Khiva (dep 1428), stopping at Urgench (arr 1458), Bukhara (arr 2233), Samarkand (arr 0238) and Tashkent (0658).
 
There is a new train running most days: Khiva (dep 1428), stopping at Urgench (arr 1458), Bukhara (arr 2233), Samarkand (arr 0238) and Tashkent (0658).

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