Watch below for a taste of what you might experience!
Beyond cultural immersion, the spectacular scenery is a major drawcard. Whether you seek whispering wilderness, sparkling lakes, majestic mountains or fairy tale architecture, you’ll find it all along the route. But with so much to see and do.
Many Writers, artists and adventurers alike have named it as the world’s greatest train journey; it’s certainly the longest. Some 10,000 kilometres (6,200 miles) of track and seven time zones! Luxury trains and simple wagons, endless snow forests and the clearest lake in the world: a trip with Trans-Siberian Railroad promises many highlights.
Trans-Siberian journeys are packed with wow moments. We defy you not to get a kick out of marching across the cobbles of Moscow’s Red Square, wandering around Běijīng’s Forbidden City or taking in the glorious panorama of Vladivostok’s Golden Horn Bay. The more adventurous will certainly want to explore –and possibly plunge into – icy Lake Baikal, or ride with nomads across Mongolia’s magnificent steppes. There’s also the Baikal-Amur Mainline (Baikalo-Amurskaya Magistral; BAM) passing through remote and stunning parts of Siberia.