Trans Siberian Railway
The Trans-Siberian is a general term referring to three train lines that run from Moscow. Trans-Mongolian line runs from Moscow to Beijing, via Mongolia. Trans-Manchurian line from Moscow to Beijing via Harbin in Chinese Manchuria - avoiding Mongolian border crossings altogether. Lastly the Trans-Siberian is the classic and longest route within Russia, whichs runs from Moscow to Vladivostok on the east sea board. We offer a range of trips on all these different routes.
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All information is constantly and at times drastically changing, so much so that it is almost sure that something is different by the time you reach your destination. We travel ourselves to Russia and Mongolia regularly, but would like to request your help in reporting any changes, or suggestions, to make the next version even better.
Our last fact finding trip and tour 2010 overhaul was by Andre (Monkey Chief) to Mongolia and Russia in September 2009, Vanessa (Beijing Office) to Mongolia in September 2009 and Zhaonan (Beijing Office) in September 2009, previously Kelvin (Hong Kong office) in December 2006.
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