Trans-Siberian Railway Network is the longest railway line in the world. It starts at Vladivostok on the east and reaches the destination on the west at Moscow, with two spur lines running through Mongolia from Erenhot and heading to Beijing from Manzhouli. Pyongyang, the capital of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, is the furthest the railway line can reach. The 9,288km-long railway line has been attracting travellers and railfans worldwide come for an adventure. There are some culturally-diverse cities along the railway line that you can hop on and off to visit and experience different cultures during the daytime and come back to the train for a good rest at night. The most fascinating about the Trans-Siberian Railway Network is the Lake Baikal section when the train runs along the south of the lake. That is where you could celebrate the beauty of the lake and the vastness of Siberia with those grasslands and Siberian taiga. The Russia - Siberia Railway Tour is a journey for a lifetime of Russian culture and beauty of its landscapes.