TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY JOURNEY BEGINS! First Class Wagon Tour

TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY JOURNEY BEGINS! First Class Wagon Tour



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Our first day on the Trans-Siberian Railway was a success! The first leg of our journey is 74 hours long, and so far we are loving it. In this vlog we give a full tour of the First Class cabin!

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34 thoughts on “TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY JOURNEY BEGINS! First Class Wagon Tour

  1. Kara and Nate says:

    Planning our Trans-Siberian Railway adventure wasn't easy! We had a ton of questions, and the internet had very few answers! So to help out our fellow travelers who might be interested in booking a trip of their own, we've put together the Ultimate Guide to Riding the Trans-Siberian. This guide will walk you through all of the steps from securing your visa to planning your route and booking your tickets. Read it here http://karaandnate.com/the-ultimate-guide-to-riding-the-trans-siberian-railway/

  2. Touhid Ishtiaque says:

    Awesome video Kara and Nate. One question I guess people didn't ask yet – how quiet are the first class cabins? Is the track sound reaching into the cabin too loud?

  3. D T says:

    So, as a single person, if I took a 1st class cabin would they put another single person in the cabin with me? Or would I have the cabin to myself?

  4. BeyondChange says:

    How much does it cost to travel the Trans-Siberian Railway routes?

    On standard Trans-Mongolian trains, which carry regular passengers and tourists, expect to pay around $1,700 in a two-person sleeping compartment, and about $1,060 in a second class four-person sleeping compartment if you were to buy your tickets through a ticket agent.

    Trans-Manchurian train prices are around $1,900 in first class and $1,200 in second class.

    To travel on the Trans-Siberian train, from Vladivostok to Moscow, it costs around $1,600 in a first class sleeper compartment, and $820 in a second class sleeper compartment. You can also find third class open-plan dormitory cars on some trains.

    A Russian agency, called Real Russia, can book berths on any of the trains. They can also book various segments of the journey if you want to break it up.

    Tickets are a bit cheaper than the prices above if you buy them directly from Russian Railways.

    Another option is to travel the Trans-Siberian railway route from Vladivostok to Moscow on a more luxurious private train. Berths on the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express, a privately run train operated by a UK company, offers 14-night trips with sightseeing and more for around $20,000 per person.

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