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Can I travel with children on the Trans-Siberian

Children are welcome to travel the Trans-Siberian and depending on their age may receive discounted tickets, this will vary depending on the route and rail provider.

It’s worth remembering, several sections of the Trans-Siberian will have no stop for several hours and the train will not be equipped with entertainment so you’ll need to bring your own.

At border crossings, restrooms are likely to be closed so you’ll need to look up the timings prior to travel to work around these times.

When boarding the train, children must have their own passport or be listed in their parents passport, or have a copy, and translation, of their birth certificate. If children are listed in their parent’s passport, a photo of the children must be included.

Speak to our travel specialists if you would like to make sure you have all the documents you need. 

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