Trans-Siberian Railway Tours from Moscow to Beijing

Trans-Siberian Railway trips from Moscow to Beijing


During this trip, you will discover three countries: Russia, Mongolia and China. You will begin in Moscow and travel to Beijing via Irkutsk and Ulan Bator on two legendary railways, The Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian. You will meet locals and immerse in the culture and history of each country.

Review by Jean-Marc
Jean-Marc

My wife and I travelled from Moscow to Ulan Bator by Trans-Siberian Railway. The travel agency Another Russia created a great program in the exact accordance of our wishes that included additional stops in a couple of cities and homestays with locals. I tip my hat to your team and especially Ksenia, who made our trip unforgettable. We will definitely book the next trip to St. Petersburg with your travel agency.


Guided Trans-Siberian Railway trip: from Moscow to Beijing
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This amazing trip will start in Moscow and cast you away across two continents before arriving in Beijing. You will travel on two incredible railroads, The Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian Railways.
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Self-guided Trans-Siberian Railway trip: from Moscow to Beijing
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You are going to have an unforgettable trip to the opposite side of the world!
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We offer a 16 days trip, however, you may change the program details, duration, etc.



We recommend:

  • To begin the adventure in St. Petersburg and continue in Moscow (you will need 3 extra days for the trip)
  • It will be great to make a stop in Yekaterinburg, between Moscow and Irkutsk (you will need 1 extra day)
  • To spend quality time on Lake Baikal:
    • To visit ‘Bolchye Koty’, Irkutsk during a high season (plus 1 day to your trip)
    • To visit Olkhon Island (plus 3 days to your trip)
    • To order train tickets in Ulan Bator and Ulan-Ude to travel along the shore of Lake Baikal (plus 2 days to your trip)
  • To spend a night in an adorable Mongolian yurt in Gorkhi-Terelj National Park
  • To add an extra day to explore Beijing

Note:

The tour program based on the train timetables : Irkutsk/Ulan Bator (Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday) ; Ulan Bator/Beijing (on Thursdays, all year round)
There is an additional train in high season (from the end of June to the end of September). Its timetable is unknown until March/April 2019