To get an insight of the cities on the route, travelers choose not to spend all the time solely on board trains and thus stay for 1-2 days touring the chosen destinations, accompanied by professional local guides.Here’s what the Trans-Siberian Railway is all about from the eyes of travelers!There are also several dozens of wooden buildings dating back to the 18th century in the 130-quarter.By far the Church of Our Lady of Kazan in honor of the icon of the Mother of God is a highly recognizable building set in the heart of Irkutsk.The Irkutsk Babr is a heraldic animal depicted on the city’s coat of arms.
The Gorkhi Terelj National Park has impeccable natural beauty.
Baikal There’s no denying that the culmination of Trans-Siberian tours is reaching the deepest freshwater lake on the planet – Lake Baikal.
Often called the “Pearl of Siberia”, the crystal-clear lake and its surroundings are home to unique flora and fauna.
The Buddhist Gandan Monastery, meaning “a great place of complete joy”, was founded in 1727 and is a famous place in Ulan Bator.
The mighty Genghis Khan Statue Complex set in the outskirts of Ulan Bator was built to honor the great founder of the Mongol Empire.