Trans-Siberian Interview By way of the territory of Soviet Russia and the land of the Tatars, across the Steppes and on to China and Japan, the Trans-Siberian express requires twelve days to full its journey. Russia’s Trans-Siberian Railway is the longest continuous rail line on Earth, that runs in an epic journey of practically six thousand miles more than one particular third of the globe. The Trans-Siberian line runs from Moscow to Beijing, passing via Yaroslavl on the Volga, Yekaterinburg in the Urals, Irkutsk near scenic Lake Baikal’s southern extremity, then passes more than the edge of the Gobi Desert and runs beside the Shilka River to reach Beijing. But the main attraction has to be the progressively altering scenery itself: from the climb by way of the Ural mountains (the boundary between Europe and Asia), to the wide open steppes and broad rivers we cross, traveling on the Trans-Siberian is the only way to really take in the vastness and grandeur of the worlds biggest nation. Travel aboard luxury train Trans-Siberian Express for unparalleled possibilities for viewing wildlife and scenery, time for optional excursions, and the chance to experience some of the Russias most pristine wilderness. Our train includes some of the finest accommodation obtainable in luxury train travel right now, offering a high level of comfort specifically important in the cabins, which will be your ‘hotel room’ on wheels. All departures feature one or two lovingly developed restaurant vehicles and a spacious bar car. So, as nicely

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7 thoughts on “Trans-Siberian Interview”

  1. thanks for that I am now 17. Over 5´╗┐ years when I graduate with school I going to this trip. So I am very glad that it is possible to this trip ­čśÇ

    P.S: I’m a person who loves travel with the train and I’m a real railfan :p

  2. Yes, you are right. From Beijing you can also take the´╗┐ ferry from Beijing

  3. I want to go from the Netherlands to Japan with only train.
    So I must go to Russia and then I must take the Trans-Siberian?
    Because I want to travel via China so I want to go Beijing and from Beijing to Shanghai and from Shanghai to Kobe or Osaka. So´╗┐ can I go like that way also with this line?

  4. The main route of the Trans-Siberian runs through Moscow, Chelyabinsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Chita and Khabarovsk to Vladivostok via southern´╗┐ Siberia was built 1891-1916 under the supervision of ministers of Russia who were personally appointed by Tsar Alexander III and by his son, Tsar Nicholas II. The additional Chinese Eastern Railway was constructed as the Russo-Chinese part of the Trans-Siberian Railway, connecting Russia with China and providing a shorter route to Vladivostok .

  5. The Trans-Siberian Railway or Trans-Siberian Railroad is a network of railways´╗┐ connecting Moscow and European Russia with the Russian Far East provinces, Mongolia, China and the Sea of Japan.

  6. “The Trans-Siberian line runs from Moscow to Beijing,..”
    It isn’t true!
    The Trans-Siberian line runs from Moscow to Vladivostok. From´╗┐ Moscow to Beijing there are two lines, the Trans-Manchurian and the Trans-Mongolian. Both are connecting Beijing to the Trans-Siberian Railway line, so if someone travels from Moscow to Beijing, the train uses parts of the Trans-Siberian line, but not all of it. The real Trans-Siberian train is the #1/2 Moscow-Vladivostok train.

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