This tour covers the highlights of the Trans-Siberian railway - the 5 main cities along the route. You will admire cultural masterpieces in Beijing, learn about nomadic life in Mongolia, see amazing Lake Baikal in Irkutsk, learn about the fate of Last Tsar in Yekaterinburg, and see Russia's capital Moscow.
This tour will take you along the full route of the Trans-Siberian railway to 3 of Russia's most interesting cities - Moscow with its Kremlin and Cathedrals, Irkutsk located in the heart of Siberia and home to the great Lake Baikal and Vladivostok - the King of the East with its harbor of the Golden Horm and Amursky Bay.
This tour is a nice choice to see the highlights of Russia, Mongolia and China. From Gold-Domed Moscow you will continue on to Irkutsk and see Lake Baikal. Mongolia will greet you with its endless steppes and the Goby desert. Finally, you will reach China and visit the magnificent Great Wall, Ming Tombs and Forbidden city.
The tour is a great opportunity to visit three countries on one trip. You will be delighted with the capital of Russia, see the border of Europe and Asia in Yekaterinburg, admire beautiful nature in Krasnoyarsk, see the world's largest lake Baikal, steppes od Mongolia and China's cultural heritage.
This trip lasts for 2 weeks and passes through 6 fascinating cities. Starting in Vladivostok with its harbor of the Golden Horn and passing through the Buddhist city of Ulan-Ude, then to Irkutsk - home to Lake Baikal and onto Novosibirsk and Yekaterinburg - very dynamic Siberian cities, and finally ending in golden-domed Moscow.
This tour takes you to three countries - Russia, Mongolia and China. The tour starts in Moscow with its famous Red Square and Kremlin. Mongolia will greet you with its endless steppes, the Goby desert, gers and nomadic families. China awaits with the rich history of Beijing, the Great Wall and the Forbidden city.
On this great Eurasian journey from West to East you will cover the entire route of the Trans-Siberian Railway, visiting four major cities along the way: Russia's capital Moscow, Yekaterinburg in the Ural Mountains, Irkutsk with incredible Lake Baikal, and finally Vladivostok on the Pacific Ocean, at the very edge of Russia.
This tour includes three countries. From Moscow you will proceed to Siberian cities of Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk and Irkutsk with Lake Baikal. Then you will reach Mongolia with its endless steppes and the Goby, and finally China with the Great Wall and more.
This is our shortest version of our Trans Siberian railroad tours but it covers some of the most interesting cities. The trip begins in Moscow, the capital of Russia, then continues on to Yekaterinburg, located in the Ural Mountains and at the edge of Siberia. The tour ends on the shores of Lake Baikal.
The Trans-Siberian Express is the longest train journey in the world. The route takes you from ancient Russian cities through deep forests and breathtaking mountains to Siberian outposts and into Asia. You will visit Buddhist temples, Lake Baikal, the Ural Mountains, Vladivostok or Beijing. Express to Russia is a specialist in travel for individuals and small groups along the route. We will make sure that you have an unforgettable journey on this incredible adventure by train. Choose basic packages below or contact us to arrange your own custom travel.
Our Russian tours are offered as land only where you arrange your own airfare and we meet you at the airport and handle everything else. You can easily book the discount tickets yourself through our own discount internet ticket office. The airline tickets we offer are the cheapest available on the web. Please browse our discount air tickets section to learn more.
The main route of the Trans-Siberian Railway starts in Moscow and goes east to Vladivostok passing through Yekaterinburg, Chelyabinsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Ulan Ude, Chita, Blagoveshchensk and Khabarovsk. The length of the route is 9259 km or 5753 miles. The train travels through 7 time zones and takes 8 days to complete without making overnight stops. The Trans-Siberian splits off into a few other interesting directions as well:
The Trans-Mongolian Line was built from 1940 to 1956 between Ulan-Ude at Lake Baikal's eastern shore and the Chinese capital Beijing. From Ulan-Ude the tracks go south, towards Mongolia, crossing the large Gobi desert and finally ending up in Beijing. This route is a mere 7867 kilometers long (Moscow - Beijing).
The Trans-Manchurian Line coincides with the Trans-Siberian as far as Tarskaya, which is a few hundred miles east of Baikal. From Tarskaya, the line heads southeast into China near Zabaikalsk and makes its way down to Beijing. This route is a 9001 kilometres long (Moscow - Beijing).
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