Journey aboard the famous Trans-Siberian from Moscow to Beijing. We offer trips that start in either Russia or China as well as the original Trans-Siberian route to Vladivostok.
A comprehensive guide to climate, money, shopping, transport, food, health advice, visas and tips on travelling the Trans-Siberian Railway.
Money, shopping, transport, food, health advice and more
Info on climatic and weather conditions on the Trans-Sib
Places on our must-see list along the Trans-Sib
Info on getting your visa for Russia, Mongolia and China
What to expect when travelling the Trans-Siberian
Info on securing your Trans-Siberian Railway tickets
Trip reviews from our Trans-Sib travellers
Accommodation options on the Trans-Siberian Railway
Below are our Trans-siberian Railway tours departing in 2015
Take in the highlights of Moscow before boarding the Trans-Siberian to Beijing on this 10 day tour
Kicking off in Moscow embark on a 13 day journey through Russia and Mongolia, ending in Beijing.
Set out on a 15 day journey from Moscow to Beijing, with stops at Lake Baikal and Ulaan Baatar en route
Ride the Trans-Siberian from Moscow to Beijing on this epic 19 day rail journey across Asia, disembarking in Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar along the way
Journey from Moscow to the end of the line in Vladivostok, taking in the sights of Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, and Ulan Ude en route over 19 days
Take in the highlights of Beijing before boarding the Trans-Siberian to Moscow on this momentous 9 day journey.
Kicking off in Beijing embark on a 10 day journey through Mongolia, where you can opt to camp out in a ger before travelling on through Russia to Moscow.
Set out on a 14 day journey from Beijing to Moscow, with stops at Ulaan Baatar and Irkutsk en route, with the option to visit Lake Baikal.
Board the Trans-Siberian from Beijing to Moscow on this epic 18 day rail journey, stopping off in Ulaan Baatar, Ulan Ude, Irkutsk and Yekaterinburg along the way
eg Pyramids, tigers, Angkor Wat etc