Experience the Trans-Siberian Railway in 2017 - its 101st year of operation. Travel from Moscow to Beijing and vice versa, discover magical Mongolia, stop by Lake Baikal or take the original journey and to end in Vladivostock. Spend time exploring the historic city of Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk and Ulan Ude or travel from one end to the other in one hit. We have a range of itineraries that take advantage of all the popular sights along the way with optional activities to make the most of your time. Take a look at all our Trans-Siberian Railway journeys all due to depart in 2017.
Trans-Siberian Journeys from Moscow 2017
Red Express - 9 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
Take in the highlights of Moscow before boarding the iconic Trans-Siberian to Beijing on this classic 10 day train ride.
Genghis Khan - 13 daysFound 28 departure dates for 2017
Kicking off in Moscow embark on a 13 day journey through Russia and Mongolia, ending in Beijing. Explore the stunning Terelj National Park and the pulsating city of Ulaan Bataar with its monasteries and palaces as well as modern bars and restaurants to enjoy.
Highway to China - 15 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
Set out on a 15 day unforgettable journey from Moscow to Beijing, with stops at Lake Baikal and Ulaan Baatar en route.
Big Ticket - 19 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
Ride the Trans-Siberian from Moscow to Beijing on this epic 19 day rail journey across Asia, disembarking in Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk (for Lake Baikal), Ulan Ude and Ulaan Baatar along the way.
Destination Vladivostok - 19 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
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 epic days.
Trans-Siberian Journeys from Beijing 2017
Kublai Khan - 10 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
Kicking off in Beijing embark on a 10 day journey on the legendary Trans-Siberian through Mongolia, where you can opt to camp out in a traditional ger in the picturesque Terelj National Park before travelling on through Russia to majestic Moscow.
Highway to Moscow - 14 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
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. Drop in at Irkutsk en route for a break, where you can opt to stay at the behemoth Lake Baikal, before crossing Siberia to legendary Moscow.
Big Rail Tripper - 18 daysFound 27 departure dates for 2017
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.