Trans Siberian

Grand Trans Siberian with Romanoffs and Tatarstan

The classic Trans Siberian – rail peg to rail peg – runs between Moscow and Vladivostok. Europe and the Atlantic were joined by rail to the Pacific in September, 1904. The term Trans Siberian has become generic even if you depart from Beijing, which is technically the Trans Mongolian journey. This journey also takes in Yekaterinburg, where the last Czar and his family were murdered, and Kazan, the Tatarstan capital.

Trans Siberian Classic Vladivostok to Moscow and more

The classic Trans Siberian – rail peg to rail peg – runs between Moscow and Vladivostok. Europe and the Atlantic were joined by rail to the Pacific in September, 1904. However, the railway as we now see it was finished in 1916. Overall, it took 13 years and 4 months to build. The term Trans Siberian has become generic even if you depart from Beijing, which is technically the Trans Mongolian journey.