Rail Holidays in Russia

T he world’s largest country, Russia stretches between Europe and Asia with coastline along the Arctic and the Pacific Oceans to the north and east and the Baltic sea to the west. You can cross the entire country in seven days using the famous Trans-Siberian Railway or, for a shorter trip, it takes just 4 hours by high-speed Sapsan train to travel from Moscow to St Petersburg. It’s entirely possible to travel to Russia (and back) without boarding a plane. 

Itineraries in Russia

Tailor Made Rail
10 Days
  • Berlin
  • Warsaw
  • Moscow
  • St Petersburg
Travel across Europe to Russian capital Moscow on this epic adventure. You'll have 3 nights here and 3 nights in stunning St Petersburg before returning by air to the UK. Or why not continue the adventure and travel back by rail through Scandinavia?
From £1,149
  • St Petersburg
  • Helsinki
  • Stockholm
  • Copenhagen
  • Cologne
Fly into St Petersburg, Russia's imperial capital and enjoy a 3 night stay before making your way back to London by rail and sea, via Finnish capital Helsinki, Danish capital Copenhagen and Cologne.
From £1,199
18 Days
  • Berlin
  • Warsaw
  • Moscow
  • Vladivostok
Travel all the way from London to the Sea of Japan on this epic adventure. Take the train via Berlin and Warsaw to Moscow and then catch the Golden Eagle private train for a luxurious Trans Siberian journey on the classic route to Vladivostok. 
From £13,999
20 Days
  • Seoul
  • Vladivostok
  • Moscow
  • Berlin
Start out from Russia's Easternmost port and take a luxurious journey across Asia to Moscow aboard the Golden Eagle private train. From here, continue your epic rail journey in First Class from Moscow back to London, via Warsaw and Berlin.
From £14,299

Blogs About Russia

2 Apr, 2019
Before travelling to Russia by train, you need to obtain a Russian visa (single-entry) and a transit visa for Belarus, even though you are not actually stopping over in Belarus at all!