One of the greatest journeys from West to East, the Moscow Ulan Ude, Moscow Khabarovsk train passes through the great Russian taiga as it crosses the Siberian countryside. Relax and enjoy the scenery and be prepared for a trip of a lifetime.
Train #044 operates between Moscow and Khabarovsk. The trip takes a little more than 6 days and covers 8534 km on the way. 2nd and 3rd class tickets are available on this train.
2nd class consists of a 4-berth compartment. The 3rd class carriages consist of berths all together and open in one coach.
Train #081/082 operates between Moscow and Ulan Ude. The train covers the distance of 5488 km in 3 days and 18 hours. 2nd class and 3rd class tickets are available on this train.
2nd class consists of a 4-berth compartment. 3rd class is an open car without any closed compartments with sleeping berths arranged in two levels. Although the train is a non-branded one, it provides high service level.
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