China Train Beijing to Ulan Bator/Moscow Train

Beijing to Ulan Bator/Moscow Train

There are two trains running from Beijing to Moscow: Train K3 and Train K19.  Train K3 departs Beijing Railway Station at 07:45 each Wednesday and reaches Moscow next Monday. K19 runs every Friday. There are two-berth soft sleepers with private toilet, four-berth soft sleepers and four-berth hard sleepers on the train. The best reward of this trip is the scenery of the Siberia forest viewed on the way. There are no baggage limitations on the train.


K3 Beijing - Ulan Bator - Moscow

Station

ArrTime

DeptTime

Distance (km)

Beijing

-

07:45 (Wednesday)

0

Zhangjiakou South

11:03

11:13

204

Datong

13:51

14:15

382

Jining South

16:03

16:09

509

Zhurihe

18:32

18:34

683

Erlian

20:37

23:15

842

Dzamyn-Ude

23:40

1:20

852

Ulan Bator

13:20 (Thursday)

13:50

1561

...

...

...

...

Moscow

14:28 (Monday)

-

-


K19 Beijing - Manzhouli (Manchurian) - Moscow

Station

ArrTime

DeptTime

Distance (km)

Beijing

-

22:56 (Saturday)

0

Tianjin

00:29 (Sunday)

00:37

137

Shenyang

08:35

08:50

865

Changchun

12:03

12:10

1170

Harbin

14:45

15:05

1412

Manzhouli

3:47 (Monday)

7:01

2343

Zabaikalsk

02:26

08:36

2359

Chita

20:38

21:05

2821

Irkutsk

13:18 (Tuesday)

13:42

3834

Novosibirsk

20:04 (Wednesday)

20:32

5680

Tyumen

10:50

15:25

-

Moscow

17:57 (Friday)

-

9025

15-day train trip between Beijing and Moscow

From August 15, 2011, there are tourist express trains available between Beijing in China and Moscow in Russia. A single train ride takes 15 days – the train runs during the night, while during the day time it stops at scenic spots along the railway for passengers to take in some sightseeing.

The two end of the train journey are Kazan in Russia and Beijing in China. The train passes Ekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude in Russia, Ulan Bator in Mongolia and Erenhot in China. Passengers can visit the cities listed above; in addition, the itinerary includes touring the Lake Baikal and accommodation at Mongolian yurts.

The carriages are all sleeper cabins, including cabins with 4 soft sleepers, cabins with 2 soft sleepers and deluxe cabins. There are two carriages used as dining cars, one carriage used as bar, and there are carriages used for showers. Translation services are provided onboard, and passengers can taste cuisines of Chinese style, Russian style and also styles of the passing cities. Currently, reservation of tickets is only available for groups. If you are interested, contact our travel advisors.