The journey of the train is very beautiful, there is a train in the world that passes through 87 cities and 10 time zones from east to west while the outside temperature varies from 28 degrees to 34 degrees Celsius during the journey.
The world’s longest and busiest railway line, called the Siberian Trans, is located in Russia. It is a railway junction that connects Moscow to far-eastern Russia, and the track stretches from Moscow to the Russian Far East city of Vladivostok.
Construction of this railway track began on March 9, 1891, and was completed on June 21, 1904. The railway line consists of 2 tracks and serves as a bridge between Asia and Europe, also known as the Russian Steel Road.
The length of this railway line is 9,289 km, it connects Europe as well as China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam and South Asia with Russia.
It took 10 years to map this railway line and get its approval from the government. The construction of the railway line involved 620,000 people at a cost of 90 million.
During the journey, the train stops at Lake Baikal for 45 minutes, where tourists disembark and view the lake.
About 30 percent of Russia’s trade goes through this railway line, which carries 200,000 containers a year to European markets.
The Siberian Trans-Track covers one-third of the world, covering 10 time zones from east to west. 19% of this train passes through the borders of Europe and 81% passes through the borders of Asia.
The number of cities along the way is 87 while the number of rivers is 16. During the journey, the temperature varies from 28 degrees to 34 degrees Celsius.
If you want to travel from Moscow to Vladivostok, you must have 00 1,600