The Trans-Siberian Railway

Take the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Beijing

The Trans-Siberian Railway reaches right across Asia, connecting Moscow with the Far East, 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.

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Celebrate 100 years of the Trans-Siberian Railway

This year marks the 100th year anniversary of the Trans-Siberian Railway, one of the world's most iconic train journeys across the world's largest country and beyond. Whether you want to travel from the mighty capital of Moscow in the west to the port city of Vladivostok in the east, or through Mongolia and on to the historic capital of China, there's never been a better time to travel on the Trans-Siberian.

Trans-Siberian Journeys from Moscow

Travel from one red city to another by hopping on the Trans-Siberian Railway in Moscow and expressing it to Beijing, or opt for a longer journey with stops en route. Discover the sights of Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk and mighty Lake Baikal, Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar with one of our many optional activities, or explore each port of call your own way. Alternatively, take the original Trans-Siberian Railway journey from Moscow through to Vladivostok on our epic 19 day adventure.

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Red Express

9 days | FROM USD $1,979

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Genghis Khan

13 days | FROM USD $2,839

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Highway to China

15 days | FROM USD $3,649

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Big Ticket

19 days | FROM USD $4,349

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Destination Vladivostok

19 days | FROM USD $4,349

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Trans-Siberian Journeys from Beijing

Cross a third of the globe on board the legendary Trans-Siberian Railway, from one capital city to another, with one of our exciting adventures from Beijing to Moscow. Stop off and explore some fascinating towns and cities en route, from Ulaan Baatar and beautiful Terelj National Park, to Ulan Ude, Irkutsk – home to Lake Baikail, and Yekaterinburg. Or for those short on time, express rail it on the Trans-Siberian from Beijing to Moscow in just 9 days.

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Trans Express

9 Days | FROM USD $1,659

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Kublai Khan

10 days | FROM USD $2,749

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Highway to Moscow

14 days | FROM USD $3,999

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Big Rail Tripper

18 days | FROM USD $4,949

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Trans-Siberian Private Tours

If you’d like to spend a bit more time exploring the sights of Mongolia and Russia on your Trans-Siberian Railway journey, why not take a look at one of our private tours which can be built into your trip for a special tailormade holiday. Whether you want to explore the Gobi Desert, witness the competitions at the colourful Naadam Festival, ride a Przewalski horse in the Mongolian countryside, visit the Pacifici Ring of Fire or hike around Lake Baikal, here are just some of the options available for your holiday of a lifetime.

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Discover the Gobi

8 days | FROM USD $5,249

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Horseback Journey

9 days | FROM USD $4,229

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Yekaterinburg Baikal Journey

12 days | FROM USD $3,729

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Nomads & Deserts

11 days | FROM USD $2,729

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Unique experiences travelling the Trans-Siberian

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.

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Lake Baikal

Located in eastern Siberia, Lake Baikal is the world’s deepest lake. In the summer it is a fantastic place to trek and camp as well as a very unique place to scuba dive- it is relatively unexplored so perfect any budding Jacques Cousteaus! Come winter when the deep snow has settled, the is winter wonderland is perfect for dog sledding, skiing, ice fishing and snow mobiling!

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Ulaan Baatar

Capital of Mongolia, Ulaan Bataar is a pulsating city of modern and traditional architecture. Located in the north of the country it is where most trips to Mongolia will start or end. With lots of monasteries and palaces to explore as well as modern bars and restaurants to enjoy – it is the perfect place to spend a few days whilst on your Trans-siberian adventure.

Europe & Asia


Located on the eastern side of the Middle Ural Mountains, Yekaterinburg is a colourful city with a somewhat tumultuous history. While a visit must be paid to Church on the Blood – where the family of Tsar Nicholas II was murdered, the city is also a centre for culture and arts with several fine museums and theatres. Yekaterinburg is also excellent for outdoor sports, like cross-country skiing in the winter months and trekking in the summer. For something truly unique, stand with your feet over the Europe/Asian border.

End of the line


As the eastern terminus of the Trans-Siberian Railway, if you are ending your journey here then you’ll want to head to the Sporivnaya Harbour for a stroll along the promenade – enjoy the fresh sea breeze and grab a bite to eat from a street food stall. The Central Square, is a good place to relax and people watch, plus you can also see a massive pair of memorial statues. For history buffs there are several interesting museums dotted round the city.

Tran-Siberian Railways: Our Travel Guide

A once-in-a-lifetime adventure on the Trans-Siberian takes some planning and our travel guide resources are the perfect place to start.

Trans-Siberian Travel Advice:

We keep up-to-date with the latest travel advisories to Russia, Mongolia and China and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates from the relevant advisory body in your country prior to travel.

Online travel resources for the Trans-Siberian Railway:

REFER TO: Lonely Planet, Seat 61 and Way to Russia.

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