Trans-Siberian: A rail journey like no other
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Trans-Siberian Railway

The Trans-Siberian is the longest railway line in the world, crossing from Europe to Asia and spanning over 9200 kilometres in length. It is a wholly unique experience that goes beyond a bucket-list and is often hailed by travellers as a rare opportunity of self-discovery and reflection. Whether you are an experienced traveller wanting a different type of holiday or keen backpacker taking your first leap into the world, the Trans-Siberian offers an authentic experience that will last a lifetime.

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Timetables

Plan your journey with our Trans-Siberian timetables, including a selection of the most popular trains with many of the most popular destinations; travelling both west and east.

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Routes

Over 5,772 miles in length, the Trans-Siberian is one of the longest railway networks in the world. Find out more about the many routes on this historic railway line.

Our most popular Trans-Siberian train routes

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Average prices

Pricing fluctuates season to season, particularly during the  busy summer season. Find out more about the average cost of a journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway.

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Visas

Part of your pre-journey preparation is to obtain visas to enter the countries you will be travelling through. Our visa guide will tell you all you need to know.

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Trans-Siberian guide

A collection of tips and personal experiences to help you on your journey, our Trans-Siberian travel guide is perfect  for those wanting to learn more about what to expect.

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FAQs

Questions about the Trans-Siberian? Look no further. Our Trans-Siberian FAQ list covers everything from what to take with you to what you can do along the way.

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Plan your Trans-Siberian adventure!

Book your tickets now in three easy steps

  • Pick your route and date of departure
  • Choose how many nights to stay in each city
  • Search for available trains!

We will then recommend the best trains for each leg of your chosen itinerary, and help you book them together, whether you are travelling through Russia, Mongolia or China. It really is that simple!

Why you should travel the Trans-Siberian

In truth, there are many reasons why the Trans-Siberian may be the perfect choice for your holiday, maybe you have always wanted to travel to Russia but have not known where to begin, or maybe you have been previously put off by the politics and want to know if the expectation matches the reality. In any event, the Trans-Siberian is designed for the curious, offering a chance to discover an under-explored part of the world.

To put it simply, the Trans-Siberian is more than your typical holiday, it is an experience that you will take away with you for the rest of your life. We have included just a few reasons why we think the Trans-Siberian is the ultimate experience in Russian travel.

  • An opportunity to meet like-minded travellers from all over the world
  • Allows you to discover how locals go about their daily lives in some of the most inhospitable regions in existence across the breadth of Russia and Siberia to the far-flung corners of the country
  • It is the best way to travel Russia and you can stop at many of Russia’s top tourist destinations along the way from UNESCO World Heritage Sites to famous historic cities
  • You can view awe-inspiring landscapes and native wildlife from the edge of your seat
  • The journey will give you a true insight into the real Russia!

Our best-selling Trans-Siberian tours!

Browse our list of best-selling Trans-Siberian tours ranging from the original Moscow and Vladivostok in the Far East, to the spectacular Trans-Mongolian Railway traversing the Gobi Desert to the enigmatic city of Beijing.