MOSCOW – YEKATERINBURG – NOVOSIBIRSK – KRASNOYARSK – IRKUTSK – ULAN-UDE – CHITA – BLAGOVESHCHENSK – VLADIVOSTOK
Eager to open a treasure trove of Siberia replete with breathtaking natural sights among the untouched wilderness as well as city highlights with a centuries-long history?
We have a special offer extremely attractive price-wise: cover the whole distance between Moscow and Vladivostok by Russian regular trains providing reasonable comfort and a great value for money instead of big-budget branded or luxury trains.
Build your own tour by adding optional excursions where you want them or feel free to explore the itinerary on your own, which is so much more fun when transport services and accommodation are already taken care of (the necessary components of the tour are train tickets + hotel accommodation on the route + transfers)
The railway of Moscow - Vladivostok is the longest train route in the world, stretching from Moscow Yaroslavsky train station to Vladivostok which is the most important city in the far east of Russia. As the capital of Russia, Moscow is Russian’s political, economic, cultural, financial and transportation center.
The Trans-Russian Railway refers to the whole route from Moscow to Vladivostok, attracting many visitors each year to take this train, as it can be regarded as the most famous and mysterious railway line in the world.
The total length of Moscow - Vladivostok is about 9259 kilometers (5753 miles) and the duration is 144-166 hours, depending on different trains which you take. This railway line opened to public in 1966 and it made its first trip in 1966 as well.
As the longest railway line in the world, Moscow-Vladivostok line passes by Vladimir, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Khabarovsk and finally reaches Vladivostok.