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Train Trips Across Russia

Hard to argue with the fact that magnificent Russia is laced with stereotypes and cloaked in mysteries. You've probably heard about bears roaming the streets, that balalaikas are everywhere, and locals are always grumpy, dressed in ushanka hats, valenki, or lapti, and like to drink vodka. The truth is, the chances to see a bear playing balalaika during Russian travel are close to none, ushanka, valenki, and lapti can be found only in museums, and Russians have big hearts and are always ready to help (although, it's impossible to imagine a proper Russia tour without vodka tasting).
This amazing country is much more beautiful, multifaced, and complex than can be put into words. Home to the striking cities, countless world-famous sights, and jaw-dropping landscapes, Russia is truly a place of wonder and if you are looking for a train travel destination, boasting one-of-a-kind heritage, unparalleled history, and exceptional diversity in terms of nature and cultures, the biggest country in the world definitely won't leave you disappointed.

Trans-Siberian Vacation Packages

Have you dreamt about seeing uncovered towns and cities, hidden gems of great countries? Did you want to crash existing culture stereotypes and see locals' lives with your own eyes? The Trans-Siberian journey is the longest rail, going through Russia, Mongolia, and China, showing the genuine beauty of each country. Witness the historical treasures with a professional guide, experience visiting Mongolian ger camps, the Great Chinese Wall, and something unique and unforgettable - the real Trans-Siberian escapade. Our experienced destination specialists know all ins and outs of the trip. Don't hesitate to contact them to get more information about the journey and add some must-sees places to your itinerary.




Things To Do & Places To See in Russia

Don't miss out on any important sights & experiences in Russia

For at least 14 days on tour, you see stunning highlights of Russia, Mongolia, and China - from big cities to small towns. Here is the list of the essential Russian highlights you could include in your itinerary with the help of our destination specialist.

Trans-Siberian Tour Highlights
  • The Kremlin in Moscow
  • State Hermitage Museum
  • Red Square in Moscow
  • St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow
  • Catherine's Palace
  • Peterhof Bath Cottage Lower Park
  • Savior on the Spilled Blood
  • Europe-Asia Monument
  • Night in Mongolian Ger Camp
  • The Lake of Baikal




Tips for Trans-Siberian Travel

Be ready for the trip of the lifetime with the list of tips carefully written by our destination specialists.

  • What to pack

    The Trans-Siberian journey is all about exploration. Be sure to pack comfortable pair of shoes as you definitely have a lot of walking.

  • Food

    Challenge your taste buds by tasting local Russian dishes, such as borscht, blini, pirogi, and soups. The typical lunch has three meals and makes you full very fast.

  • Currency

    There are no ATMs on board the train. Please exchange some cash before your departure to avoid fees and have some Russian Rubles for small expenses.

  • How much to tip

    If you liked the service and would like to tip, you can leave 10% of the bill - this is the tipping standard in Russia.

  • Climate

    Russian climate is a big secret even for locals. You never know if it's going to rain and burn you down from the heat. Take a water-resistant jacket and an umbrella - you will find it helpful during the trip.

  • Souvenirs

    Matryoshka deservedly calls as the most famous Russian souvenir. However, you also can bring tea, chocolate, caviar, or even ushanka - the renowned winter hat.


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