The Trans-Siberian Railway

The Trans-Siberian Railway reaches right across Asia, connecting Moscow with the Far East and cutting through the fascinating lands in between. Crossing a third of the globe, the Trans-Siberian Railway heads through the natural wonders of the Gobi Desert, the Ural Mountains and the grassy steppe of Mongolia.

Trans-Siberian Railway Journeys from Moscow

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Trans-Siberian Railway Journeys from Beijing

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Trans-Siberian Railway Unique Adventures

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Travelling the Trans-Siberian Railway


Encounter fascinating cultures as you travel, experiencing centuries-old customs and traditions as you journey across Asia. Visit Lake Baikal, the world’s oldest and deepest body of fresh water, camp out in a traditional Mongolian ger in Terelj National Park, eat local food and watch local festivals like the Naadam festival during the summer months.


Why not extend your Trans-Siberian Railway journey with a stopover in either Russia or China? Take the scenic route with On The Go Tours: the Trans-Siberian is an experience you’ll never forget.


Trans-Siberian Railway Journeys from Moscow

From one red city to another. Hop on at Moscow and take the Trans-Siberian and Manchurian railway express to Beijing or choose from a range of adventures that offer stops at a range of ports of call including Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk and mighty Lake Baikal in Siberia, Ulan Ude - a curious outpost in Eastern Buryatia that embraces all things Buddhist, and Ulaan Baatar, where you can opt to camp out in a ger. Or take the original Trans-Siberian journey from Moscow to Vladivostok on our 19 day adventure.

Trans-Siberian Railway Journeys from Beijing

A ger camp in Terelj National Park in Mongolia

Cross a third of the globe on board the legendary Trans-Siberian. From one capital city to another, we offer a heady range of adventures from Beijing to Moscow, ranging from 9 to 18 days, stopping off at some fascinating destinations en route. Discover Ulaan Baatar, the capital of Mongolia, and the beautiful Terelj National Park where you can camp out in a ger. Ulan Ude, a remote Buddhist outpost in Eastern Buryatia, Irkutsk - the Paris of Siberia, Lake Baikal and Yekaterinburg, the last resting place of the Romanovs.

Trans-Siberian Railway Optional Excursions

Khaski dog sledding in Yekaterinburg

Enhance your Trans-Siberian journey by booking some of our exciting optional excursions. Spend two nights by beautiful Lake Baikal - the pearl of Siberia, experience nomadic life camping out in a Mongolian ger, test your dog sledding or cross-country skiing skills, climb the Great Wall, explore Red Square and more!

Trans-Siberian Railway China & Russia City Stays

A lady stands by a monolith at the Great Wall

Extend your Trans Siberian Railway adventure with a city break in St Petersburg, city of the tsars, or bustling Beijing, China's capital. Climb the Great Wall and explore the Forbidden city in China, enjoy authentic vodka and marvel at the huge art collection at the Winter Palace at St Petes or explore Moscow's Kremlin and Red Square!

Trans-Siberian Railway Unique Adventures

A Mongolian boy sits atop a furry horse

For a unique Trans-Siberian adventure consider exploring the vast Gobi Desert or horse riding across the Mongolia steppe. You can also adapt our standard Trans-Siberian railway journeys by taking the train part of the way and flying the rest, or travel in luxury aboard the decadent Golden Eagle Express. Our unique adventures section also features several exciting tours, that can be built into a tailor-made Trans-Siberian journey.

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The Naadam Festival

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