Trans-Siberian Handbook: The guide to the world's longest railway journey with 90 maps and guides to the rout, cities and towns in Russia, Mongolia & China Paperback – Aug 5 2014
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'Definitive guide' - Conde Nast Traveler (USA) 'The best specialist guidebook is the Trans-Siberian Handbook' The Independent (UK) 'Tells you everything you need to know' – Cosmopolitan (UK) 'An invaluable guidebook' - The Financial Times (UK) 'The Trans-Siberian Handbook ...is a must' - The Sunday Times (UK) 'An invaluable travelling companion' - Traveller (UK) 'Extensively updated' - Railway Gazette International, November 2011'The definitive guidebook is Bryn Thomas's 'Trans-Siberian Handbook'' - The Independent'The handbook was really brilliant (everyone we met on the train had a copy!!) We can't imagine doing the trip without it'. - Helen Clive'The Trans-Siberian Handbook (Trailblazer) is the bible for this journey'. - The Daily Telegraph
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First edition shortlisted for the Thomas Cook Travel& Guidebook Awards 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.We show you how to organise a trip, where to get tickets, where to stay and what to see. Kilometre-by-kilometre route guides covering the entire routes of the Trans-Siberian, Trans-Manchurian, Trans-Mongolian and Siberian BAM railways with 49 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 32 towns in Siberia; plus Lake Baikal guideSiberia 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 travellers.With 90 maps – plus timetables, fares, Russian & Chinese phrases.See all Product Description
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I knew nothing about this trip that some friends were considering. This is definitely not the same experience as traveling by rail through Western Europe.
This is much more complicated and you need to read this book/guide with that in mind.