The remarkable train journey across the vast Siberian nature
The epic

Trans-Siberian Railway

THE TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY

Reasons to go and things to do
The Trans-Siberian Railway
The longest railway in the world that crosses Russia from Moscow to Vladivostok through Siberian wilderness. Almost 10 000 kilometers from the capital of Russia to Pacific ocean.
The Trans-Siberian Railway

Why to travel on Trans-Siberian Railway

Railway runs through the vast Siberian wilderness, from Western Siberian plains to the Sayan mountains, lake Baikal and hills and praires of the Far East
SIBERIAN LANDSCAPES
SIBERIAN LANDSCAPES
Traditionally, Trans-Siberian Railway leads to Vladivostok, the most distant Russian city from Moscow. However, there's an option to ride a train through Mongolia to China and finish in Beijing.
GO TO BEIJING OR VLADIVOSTOK
GO TO BEIJING OR VLADIVOSTOK
Visit places with unique traditions and centuries-old cultural heritage, such as Ivolginsky temple in Buryatia, Lake Baikal, the Ural Mountains and old towns of the Golden Ring of Russia.
CULTURAL HERITAGE
CULTURAL HERITAGE
The Trans-Siberian Railway

Tours to the Trans-Siberian Railway

Trans-Siberian Railway with Russian Expeditions
We run private tours to Trans-Siberian Railway
Suggested trip length: 1-3 weeks
Approximate cost: USD 3000-6000
Recommended group size: 4-12 people
Transport: train, offroad trucks, helicopter
Time to visit: November to March (winter), June to October (summer-autumn). Suggested time for photography tours: September-October
Booking: minimum 1 month before the departure date
Explore some of the most remote regions on Earth
Alex Permyakov
WhatsApp: +7 999 2293044
E-mail: alex@alex.travel
Let's plan an amazing trip to Russia
Founder of Russian Expeditions
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