Take The Journey of a Lifetime

On the Trans-Siberian Railway from Moscow to Ulaanbaatar
with likeminded digital nomads!

September 13th – 25th, 2017

The trans siberian –
 an epic trip

The train that connects Europe with Asia. It's the 100th anniversary of the trans siberian railroad. An unparalleled train trip with endless breathtaking landscapes.

Connect and travel with likeminded people

Experiencing awwh is more wonderful when shared. Take on this trip with other nomads. We're also going to meet local creative communities in each of the stops.

Organized by nomads for nomads

We are an experienced team of nomads who have all been on the transiberian before. Two of us are native russian speakers which will help us to get a smooth ride.

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Across Russia to Mongolia

September 13th to 25th, 2017

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Enjoy magical landscapes

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Organized for nomads by nomads

Maria Sirotkina

Maria Sirotkina

Study.today & restation.co

Serial entrepreneur and a founder of coliving and coworking space ReStation in Gran Canaria. Russian native, global citizen and sarcastic mum.

Olga Isaeva

Olga Isaeva

Lighthouse trips

Traveller, social entrepreneur, cofounder of the Lighthouse trips based in St. Petersburg. Organizes events around Europe and Russia, visited 36 countries and super excited about this trip!

Daniel Heitz

Daniel Heitz

Urban Challenger

Daniel started out as a digital nomad 7 years ago on a trans-siberian trip from Germany to Kazakhstan and is dreaming of taking on the second part to Bejing ever since. His mission is to make travel more playful with Urban Challenger.

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  • Is there Wifi on the train?

    We provide a sim card with unlimited data. Although mobile internet in Russia is fast and reliable in general, we can’t guarantee that the connection will be uninterrupted during all the trip as we’re crossing mountains and forests. You'll have stable wifi in all stopover cities.

  • Do I need a Visa for Russia?

    Depends on your passport. For EU, US, Canada tourist visas are necessary. We recommend liga visa consultant if you want a bespoke solution. Check if you need a visa to Russia here.

  • What kind of food is included?

    As far as possible we provide breakfast, lunch, snack and dinner on the train. If you're vegan, vegetarian, hindu, raw-eater … please indicate when applying.

  • Is there a shower on the train?

    Nope, people go to the bathroom for washing. We've planned a stop every other day so you can enjoy a hot shower.

  • Is there any additional/hidden cost?

    Prices include train tickets, food on the train and accommodation in the stopover cities. You need a budget for traveling to Moscow and from Ulaanbaatar, food & drinks in stopover cities and getting the visa if you need one.

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