Vladivostok to Moscow

Traverse Russia on the Trans-Siberian

Vladivostok to Moscow – direct or with stopover options

The original Trans-Siberian rail route from Vladivostok to Moscow, spanning two continents and nine time zones, beginning the package in Vladivostok.

For a rich experience of Russia, load up with stopovers throughout the journey in any of the following destinations: Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk / Lake Baikal, KrasnoyarskEkaterinburg, Kazan and Vladimir / Suzdal. There is also the option to make a side trip into Mongolia. End the trip in Moscow, adding extra nights as you wish, or extend the adventure with a couple of nights in Saint Petersburg.

Be sure to check out the various tour programs in the various destinations to create the perfect mix of adventure and cultural highlights, extending or trimming the stopovers to suit your time frame, budget and travel interests. Most train journeys can be upgraded to first class, two people in a sleeper cabin.

Our most popular packages

Trans-Siberian Railway cost - Enjoying diner in Vladivostok to Moscow train

Polny VM Direct

10 days / from €1,165
Vladivostok to Moscow

Spanning two continents and nine time zones, crossing Russia’s far east, Siberia and the geographic border between Asia and Europe.

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Sunset at Lake Baikal

Polny VM3I

13 days / 1 stop / from €1,840
Vladivostok to Moscow, with tour program in Irkutsk / Lake Baikal.

Break the epic journey across Russia with a couple of days by the majestic Lake Baikal.

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Osnova VM4 (IE)

14 days / 2 stops / from €1,540
Vladivostok to Moscow, with budget tour services in Irkutsk / Lake Baikal and Ekaterinburg.

The Osnova budget version of the two-stop package is perfect for guests travelling on a more limited budget. Combining days by beautiful Lake Baikal with the cultural highlights of Ekaterinburg.

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Polny VM4 (IE)

15 days / 2 stops / from €2,290
Vladivostok to Moscow, with tour programs in Irkutsk / Lake Baikal and Ekaterinburg.

Begin to explore Russia, with days by the shore of Lake Baikal and enjoy the cultural highlights of Ekaterinburg and Moscow.

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‘Thank you for the superb itinerary you put together for us. The accommodation was great, the guides excellent – in particular, the guide at Krasnoyarsk, Anatoly, was outstanding. I enjoyed every minute of the tour. My appreciation of Russian culture has been dramatically enhanced.’

Julie Bakalor, July 2017

A short stop during the Trans-Siberian train journey

Polny VM6 (UIKE)

19 days / 4 stops / from €3,160
Vladivostok to Moscow, with tour programs in Ulan-Ude, Irkutsk / Lake Baikal, Krasnoyarsk and Ekaterinburg.

An extensive package that provides a broad experience of Russia, combining the cultural highlights and scenic beauty of Russia.

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Main Railway station in Vladivostok

Polny VM8 (UUIKEK)

26 days / 6 stops / from €4,425
An epic adventure across Russia, traversing two continents, seven time zones, and eight cities, plus a side trip into Mongolia.

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