A nation as large, varied and complex as Russia can be visited in many different ways: from visits to the two main capitals, Moscow or St. Petersburg, excursions to more rural areas such as the cities of the Golden Ring or Veliky Novgorod or doing the Trans-Siberian route by train. In this post I will explain you the main available options when visiting Russia, depending on the time you
4.3. The Trans-Siberian (and the Transmongolian)
The Trans-Siberian is a railway route (not a train) that runs through Russia from end to end, but it also connects to Mongolia and China. In this route very different trains can circulate, both regular lines and luxury trains operated by private companies.
The Trans-Siberian also has two other branches: The Trans-Mongolian is the most popular route and goes from Moscow to Beijing via Mongolia and its capital. The Trans-Manchurian also makes the journey from Moscow to Beijing but without going through Mongolia.
In this section of the blog I explain step by step how to organize a trip with the Trans-Siberian in the easiest and most economical way: visas, accommodation, train reservations, hotels, practical aspects, etc.
Organizing a train trip on the Trans-Siberian (or Trans-Mongolian) route may seem complicated. In this guide I explain you step by step how to organize the trip in the easiest and most economical way: the visa process, train tickets, flights, accommodations, etc. 0. Introduction In this article I have tried to collect each and every one of the most important aspects to consider when