Trans-Siberian Rail Tours

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Trans-Siberian Rail Tours

Discover Eurasia with an adventure of a lifetime on a top-notch train.

You will travel through the largest country in the world. If you desire to see more during your Trans-Siberian journey, you can choose to travel to Mongolia and China, visiting stunning sights like Lake Baikal, the Great Wall of China, the Ming Tombs, and many more. As always, the Trans-Siberian railway tours by Firebird are all about the experience and include flawless logistics, great accommodation options, private airport transfers, Russian visa assistance, exciting guided tours, and memorable activities. Feel free to learn more about this type of travel by watching a video about Trans-Siberian rail tours.

Trans-Siberian Vacation Packages

Trans-Siberian tours require preparation at least a few months in advance. No, we're not talking about finding the best reading material on the train (even though that's important too). We're talking about getting a Russian visa and making all your travel arrangements. Usually, Trans-Siberian trips are two weeks and longer, which adds up to a handful of hotels to book, train tickets to secure, guides to reserve, museum tickets to issue. It's a challenging task to take on your own, especially when you don't speak Russian. We're here to help. With 12 years of experience in the industry, we have the knowledge, the language, and the tools to create a memorable Trans-Siberian vacation for you. Ready to start planning?

Trans-Siberian Tour Highlights

Set off on the longest railway journey in the world - the Trans-Siberian. Stop to many beautiful towns in Russia, Mongolia, and China.

Learn which sights are worth including in your Trans-Siberian railway tour. Create your memorable tour together with a destination specialist.

Trans-Siberian Tour Highlights

Tips for Trans-Siberian Travel

Prepare for an exciting Trans-Siberian Railway journey with expert tips and savor your time.

  • What to pack

    Pack your most comfortable shoes since Trans-Sib programs feature plenty of walking tours.

  • Food

    In Russia, lunch is a three-course meal that consists of a salad, a plate of soup, and a meat dish with garnish.

  • Currency

    Trains do not have ATMs, so make sure to have some Russian Ruble (RUB) in cash for your meals.

  • How much to tip

    When it comes to tipping, remember that the tipping norm in Russian restaurants is around 10% of the bill.

  • Climate

    Russian climate is unpredictable and weather can be harsh even during summers.

  • Souvenirs

    Some of the most popular souvenirs from Russia are ushanka (winter hat), matryoshka, caviar.

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