Examples of Trans-Siberian ticket prices

...While at it, some examples of other train and flight ticket prices

Train schedule

Types of Russian and international trains and cars

Hints from a ticket-procurement expert

My fees

Recommended persons/service organizations along the Trans-Siberian

Stay out of trouble and what to do if things go wrong

   Russian phrases for emergency use
   Cell phone

   Travel escort

Recommended accommodation in Moscow

Alternatives to Trans-Siberian

Recommended Trans-Siberian resources

Hints from your tickets procurement expert,
the Russian Girl Friday Olesya

  • Don't overplan and always leave some leeway. Changing plans often takes more than making arrangements on the spot.

  • Travel in the off season. While tickets are quite hard to get in August, in March you would often be the only person in the compartment.

  • The only supplies you can count on is vodka and fried chicken. Other life's essentials or niceties may or may not be available during your trip. Plan on being self-sufficient during your journey. Assistance with shopping and packing is available.

  • If you plan to work on your computer during the trip ask for a ticket next to the conductor's compartment or the washroom. While the use of the train's on-board electrical system by passengers is prohibited except for electric

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