A trip across Siberia on the longest continuous railway track in the world is undoubtedly the journey of a lifetime. It’s also a convenient way to reach China, Mongolia or Japan. Tickets are not expensive or difficult to arrange.This acclaimed guide shows you how to organise a trip, where to get tickets, where to stay and what to see. ? Practical information planning your trip; what to take; getting to Russia from Europe, North America and Australasia ? Kilometre-by-kilometre route guides covering the entire routes of the Trans-Siberian, Trans-Manchurian, Trans-Mongolian and Siberian BAM railways with 40 strip maps in English, Russian and Chinese: see where you are as you travel. ? City guides and maps the best sights, places to stay and restaurants for all budgets: Moscow, St Petersburg, Ulaan Baatar, Beijing and 25 towns in Siberia; plus Lake Baikal and nutshell information on Minsk, Berlin, Prague, Budapest, Warsaw, Tallinn, Riga, Vilnius, Helsinki, Hong Kong & Tokyo. ? Siberia and the railway the detailed history of Siberia, the construction and the running of the railway today are of great interest not only to visitors but also to armchair travelers. ? This 8th edition now also includes a section on the Siberian BAM Railway side route ? With 76 maps plus timetables, fares, Russian & Chinese phrases.
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