Around The World by Train. Journey #89 (of #224).

Moscow to Ulan-Ude by train. The Trans Siberian Railway.


Web resources for this route:

Official Train Operator: www.rzd.ru (English version)

Russian Railways (Wikipedia)

Trans Siberian Railway (Wikipedia)

Tips and tricks to make the best of your Trans-Siberian train trip (www.matadornetwork.com)

Travelling in the Trans-Siberian: From St. Petersburg to Beijing (www.matadornetwork.com)

The Siberian welcome (Lonely Planet)

Trans Siberian: Great Train Journeys (Telegraph Travel)

10 things you didn’t know about the Trans-Siberian Railway (Telegraph Travel)

The Trans-Siberian: the greatest train journey on Earth (Telegraph Travel)

Female Solo Travel: taking the Trans-Siberian railway alone (Lonely Planet)

How to Travel the Trans-Siberian Railway (Nomadic Matt)

This is what traveling the Trans-Siberian Railway looks like (www.matadornetwork.com)


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