The classic Trans-Russian route covers over 9,000km between Moscow in European Russia and Vladivostok on Russia’s Pacific Coast; crossing the boundary between Europe and Asia around 1,777km east of Moscow, travelling through Siberia along the way. Non-stop this journey takes around seven days. The Ural Mountains, Lake Baikal and the Amur River are just some of the incredible sights along way. For information on some of the wonderful locations you can visit, head to our Destinations page.
To get an idea of the days, and times, these trains leave, please visit our Trans-Russian timetable.
* To request prices for your Trans-Siberian rail tickets, please see our Trans-Siberian Journey Planner.