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Rail Journeys



The Trans-Siberian Railroad is the world's longest rail journey.

Also it is the easiest way to make a foray into the regions of Russia,  the largest country in the world.

 

Definitely, it should be on your travel list to explore.


Trans-Siberian railroad stretches 9,446 kilometers from Moscow to Vladivostok, passing across titanic rivers and through endless taiga.


The trip will take you beyond the Ural Mountains to Lake Baikal, and then onward to Irkutsk and Ulan Ude, finally reaching the Pacific Ocean in Vladivostok.


Still, you can't enjoy Russia's real jewels from the windows of a train car.

To do that, you need a little more time and a lot more chutzpah

 

Trans-Siberian train crawls along scenic leg of Lake Baikal shoreline

  Name Description
Trans-Siberian rail Journey Classic, to Vladivostok, on the Pacific, Far East of Russia
2018 Trans-Siberian Rail journey, Classic

A 13-Day train tour travels from Moscow to Vladivostok, along the entire length of the Trans-Siberian railway, the longest in the world. Tour Highlight is a stopover at legendary Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world, and the foremost natural wonder of Siberia

2019 Grand Trans-Siberian Rail Journey, by Private train

Highlight of 2019: Join the Epic Trans-Siberian Rail Journey from Moscow to Ulan Bataar, Mongolia, aboard a Premium Charter train. Now five departures, in each direction