The Trans-Siberian Railway is the longest continuous rail line in the World. The total distance by rail from Beijing to St Petersburg, Russia is 7900 kilometers. The Trans Mongolian runs from Russian border via Ulaanbaatar to the Chinese border. A total of 1100 kilometers of "Trans-Mongolian Main Line" is operated inside Mongolia
Visit Mongolia provides rail tickets from Ulaanbaatar to destinations such as Beijing, Erlian, Huh hot, Moscow, Ulan-Ude and Irkutsk. You can travel through Russia, Mongolia and China at one travel by Trans-Siberian Railway Moscow – Ulaanbaatar – Beijing. The journey by train from Moscow to Ulaanbaatar takes 5 days and from Beijing to Ulaanbaatar takes 1.5 day. Please note that tickets can only be purchased 1 month in advance.
Customers have a choice between the second class 4-berth compartments (cube) and first class 2-berth compartments with a restaurant. Standard second class has four comfortable berths per cabin, with 36 people in each carriage. There are communal toilets and wash-basin at both ends of each carriage. In first class there are just two berths per cabin and 18 beds in each carriage with the same toilet facilities.
INTERNATIONAL ROUTE MAP
The following international train schedule will help you plan your journey to Mongolia. Select destination on the map and discover the related train schedules.