The Trans-Siberian Railway starts at Moscow, runs through Ryazan, Samara, Chelyabinsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk, Chita, Khabarovsk, and ends at Vladivostok by the Pacific Ocean. It is the world’s longest railway with a length of 5,771 miles (9,288 kilometers) (If counting in the section from Moscow to St. Petersburg, its total length reaches 6,175 miles). International trains K3/K4 and K19/K20 between Beijing and Moscow, and K23/K24 between Beijing and Ulaanbaatar are running on part of it. Its 1105-mile point is generally taken as the dividing point of Europe and Asia, where a monument was set at the foot of Ural Mountains.
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One branches off near Ulan-Ude, travels through Mongolia, and leads to Beijing in China. This is the route of the international train no. K3/K4 running betwwen Beijing and Moscow via Ulaanbaatar (Ulan Bator). The train no. K23/K24 between Beijing and Ulaanbaatar is also running on part of this branch;
One branches off near Chita, enters China at Manzhouli, runs by Harbin, and reaches Beijing. The international train no. K19/K20 (Beijing - Manzhouli - Moscow) runs along this route;
The third branch is the Baikal–Amur Mainline. This is the original route of Trans-Siberian Railway, starting at Taishet Station, going by Ust-Kut, Nizhneangarsk, Chara, Tynda, Urgal, and Komsomolsk, and ending at Sovetskaya Gavan. Its construction was declared to be completed in 1991. But the equipment of supporting facilities has not been finished till today, as well as the building of multiple track and electrification.
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2. As China’s track is narrower than those of Russia and Mongolia, the international trains will be fitted with different wheels before entering or leaving China, which may take a few hours.
Scenery along the Railway
Difficulties and Significances
Until today, Trans-Siberian Railway is considered as an important part of “Eurasia Land Bridge”, making great contributions to the economy and safety of Russia, even Europe and Asia.
International railways under construction/planning from China to:
We can offer the ticket booking service for rides depart from China. You can check the schedule details on our website and submit your booking inquiry online. We will then contact you by email for your booking details. Thank you