What Is Trans-Siberian Railway?
Trans-Siberian Railway is the rock ‘n’ roll star of all the railway lines in the world.
We are talking about 9000 kilometers! From Moscow to Vladivostok, the longest train route in the world.
Trans-Siberian Railway Route And Stops
There are 18 stops on the Trans-Siberian Railway. You will have the chance to see Lake Baikal, Ural Mountains, Perm, Vladimir and Suzdal, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Irkutsk, UlaanBaatar…
And white dressed hills, forests, ponds, towns…
How Long Does It Take?
The traditional Moscow-Vladivostok route takes seven days. You have other alternatives like Moscow to Beijing or Moscow to Beijing via Ulan Bator (Trans-Mongolian route).
Trans-Siberian Railway Ticket Price
One way Trans-Siberian train ticket price varies between $200 and $700 depending on the class of the seat.
Finding a cheap flight to Moscow is also important if you are starting the trip from Moscow.
If you want to watch a movie about the Trans-Siberia route, “Transsiberian” is the one you are looking for. Here is the trailer of the movie:
What Are People Saying About This Trip?
Want to learn what people talk about this trip on social media? Here you go: