Map of old train route

Trans-Siberian Routes

Apart from the main terminus Cities of Beijing, Moscow and Vladivostok, there are a number of Cities and smaller towns where we offer guided tours along the trans-siberian route. The classic journey is the direct train from Moscow to Beijing or in reverse from Beijing (or Vladivostok) direct to Moscow without stopping. However this is a seven day mammoth journey covering 7,621 kms (9,259km to Vladivostok) from Europe to Asia.

Train animation

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Places to Stop along the Route

The most worthwhile trip is to stop off along the way at least twice, not only to break the train ride, but to see the mixed cultures and sights of the Gobi Desert, Lake Baikal, the Ural Mountains and more. At either end of the train journey the trip can be extended to include Moscow, St Petersburg, Golden Ring, Kazan, the capital of Tartarstan, Ferrys from Japan to Shanghai or Vladivostok, China tours of Xi'an, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Trans-Siberian Map including places to stop