Trans-Siberian Railroad Route & Railway Map
Trans-Siberian Railroad is a railway passing through Eurasia, connecting Moscow and St. Petersburg with the
largest East Siberian and far Eastern industrial cities of the Russian Federation. The total length of the
railroad is about 9300 km. It is the longest railway road in the world. Meanwhile, technical capabilities of the
Trans-Siberian railway allow transporting up to 100 million tons of cargo per year along this route.
Trans-Siberian Railroad map is truly unique. Traveling by train via Trans-Siberian Railroad route will be full
of spectacular views, interesting architecture, and special energy.
Trans-Siberian Rail Route Map - Trans-Siberian Directions
Trans-Siberian Railroad route map is divided into several directions:
The Northern direction is the route Moscow-Vladivostok. Via this route, the train passes such cities as
Yaroslavl, Kirov, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Tyumen, Omsk, Novosibirsk, and Krasnoyarsk.
Trans-Siberian train route that is called Southern runs through such cities as Murom, Arzamas, Kanash, Kazan,
Yekaterinburg, Tyumen, Omsk, Barnaul, Novokuznetsk, Abakan, Tayshet. And the final destination is Vladivostok as
The New Trans-Siberian Railroad route goes through Moscow, Nizhny Novgorod, Kirov, Perm, Yekaterinburg, Tyumen,
Omsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, and Vladivostok.
With regard to the Historical direction, the passengers traveling by train will meet cities such as Ryazan,
Ruzaevka, Samara, Ufa, Miass, Chelyabinsk, Kurgan, Petropavlovsk, Omsk, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk.
The shortest of the railway routes of the Trans-Siberian Railway is considered to be the Trans-Mongolian. Its
length is about 7,625 kilometers. On this route, the train departs from Moscow and moves to Beijing. Most
passengers prefer namely this route because it gives the opportunity to travel through Mongolia and admire the
beauty of the nature of this region. The incredible beauty of the scenery really captivates. The duration of the
trip on this route from beginning to end reaches 5 days on a modern high-speed train.
Currently, the Trans-Siberian Railway connects the European part of Russia: the Urals, Siberia and the far east
of Russia, in other words, the railway connects Russian western, northern and southern ports with pacific ports.
In addition, the Trans-Siberian Railway is a strategically important railway exit to Europe and Asia.