The Trans–Siberian Railway is a network of railways connecting Western Russia to the Russian Far East. It is the longest railway line in the world, with a length of over 9,289 kilometres (5,772 miles), from the capital Moscow, the largest city in Russia, to Vladivostok, which is next to the Sea of Japan.
Departing from Moscow, the train will cross the mighty Ural mountains into European Russia and the immense wooded expanses of Siberia, before continuing its epic journey through the vast plans of Mongolia after which Beijing comes in sight.
While you can make the journey in just 9 days, most tourists will at least 2X that time, so that they can get off en route to discover the Romanovs’ last home in Yekaterinburg, hike near Lake Baikal, camp out in a traditional Ger in Mongolia, and explore Mongolia’s capital city of Ulaan Baatar.
This is a trip of a lifetime, enjoy it the chaos is over, Keep the Faith!