The Trans-Siberian, the world's longest railway, connects the European and Asian parts of Russia. Many trains operate on the railway, which spans the 9280 kilometers separating Moscow from Vladivostok, the line's two emblematic cities.
During some stopovers you can visit Yekaterinburg and Irkutsk, or explore the Lake Baikal, the freshwater lake by volume and also the deepest lake in the world.
You will have trips through the cities with the local guide and experience the authentic Russian train ride with an incredible nature outside the window and get through seven time zones on your way!
- Five incredible places: Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Baikal Lake, Vladivostok
- Seven time zones
- Local guides
- All Russia in one step
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