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Trans-Siberian Railway - Day Trips

Moscow - Beijing | Moscow - Vladivostok, 660130, Russia
+7 495 781-27-00
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Trans-Siberian Railway arranged by Rusrailtravel (All-RussiaTravel Service)

A group of 14 Norwegian started their journey a Sunday afternoon in June 2017. For more than half a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Kjetil E
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Moscow, Russia
Loved this trip! Recommend the upgrade, and to go on semi guided trip.

We used Go Russia from UK. They are semi guided, so it's the best of both worlds! We also chose to... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Amanda W
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Melbourne, Australia
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The longest train journey in the world - spanning 7 time zones and 9071 kms. This inconic journey still provides an experience that is unsurpassed. Pack your spirit of adventure and climb aboard.
  • Excellent64%
  • Very good25%
  • Average5%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible2%
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Moscow - Beijing | Moscow - Vladivostok, 660130, Russia
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A group of 14 Norwegian started their journey a Sunday afternoon in June 2017. For more than half a year they had wondered of what kind of experience this would be. End of the day it was a “dannelses” journey. Translation is difficult for this...More

Thank Kjetil E
Reviewed 1 week ago

We used Go Russia from UK. They are semi guided, so it's the best of both worlds! We also chose to upgrade to 'first class' so my husband and I didn't have to share the cabin. Made the journey brilliant, as on the longer trips...More

Thank Amanda W
Reviewed 1 week ago

Trans Siberian. Train K3 from Beijing -- the details Day 1 The train departs from Beijing main station (not South or West). Enter through the gates in front of the main plaza and proceed through the Hall to Waiting Room 1 on the left. You...More

4  Thank IPL-SG
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did the Trans Siberian Rail tour from Beijing to Moscow in March-April/16. We booked everything online thru Andre at Rusrailtravel, who was very responsive to all of our questions and concerns. He took care of arranging all of our accommodations, tickets, transfers, tours and...More

7  Thank Larry S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did the journey from Beijing to Moscow via Mongolia through a company called Monkeyshrine. We were very happy with the service and prices. We stopped in Mongolia for five days to explore. This was something we've been wanting to do for a while and...More

1  Thank NasreenPeer
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We did the Trans Siberian Express from Moscow to Vladivostok as a group of 4 friends over 8 nights with a 1 night stopover in Irktusk, having already travelled by rail from our home towns so in my case a total journey of over 12500...More

10  Thank David N
Reviewed 8 May 2017

We done Moscow to Beijing in April/May 17. It's a long trip and quite tiring, we took a couple of weeks getting off at different cities which meant we could get a shower! Trains in Russia, although old, were well looked after. You can do...More

Thank Chris C
Reviewed 20 April 2017

In October 2014 we travelled the Trans Mongolian route Moscow - Beijing. Our trip was organised by Rusrailtravel. We enjoyed it and promised ourselves another Russian railway adventure. During February and March 2017 the promise was fulfilled. The primary objective was to visit Yakutsk and...More

2  Thank Roger W
Reviewed 9 April 2017

After planning for around ten months for this trip to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary we were finally boarding the Golden Eagle luxury Trans-Siberian train for twelve nights travelling westwards from Vladivostok to Moscow. The journey started with a band playing on the platform –...More

4  Thank the_stoddarts
Reviewed 19 March 2017

I was a little apprehensive about travelling from Vladivostok to Moscow on the Trans Siberian on my own but I couldn't have felt safer. The train was wonderful. Each Carriage has 2 Carriage Attendants, they don't speak English but they were lovely. The experience was...More

13  Thank Lois L
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YunyunHK
hi I'm planing to take the train from Moscow to Beijing (004), I'm wondering is there any trustable website where I can book the tickets online?
19 June 2017|
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Response from NasreenPeer | Reviewed this property |
Hi! I suggest you do it through Monkeyshrine. They were great and handled all our queries timeously. They delivered our tickets too. We tried booking online but we were too early to do it ourselves.
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darshraj
Hi We are two guys travelling from Moscow to Ulan Ude first week of July. My questions 1. We are vegetarians - do we get any vegetarian meals on board at all? 2. We are travelling 4 pack Koupe,do we have access to showers? 3. Do they have long stops so we can get off the train and walk within the stations?
7 June 2017|
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Response from Odette-Jeremy | Property representative |
Hello !! Vegetarian food is not something that is catered for on the train though you can make up meals like a salad here and some bread and cheese etc. But as a vegetarian myself its always good to take some extra things to... More
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Shrinkingworld
Are you able to buy a ticket where you can stop longer at places?
3 May 2017|
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Response from Odette-Jeremy | Property representative |
Hello ..no its not one long ticket where you can get off and on where and when you like sadly - when you book you have to decide the stops and duration of the stop in advance then a series of tickets is purchased that... More
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