Going Trans-Siberian

From the Great Wall of China, past the freezing steppes of Mongolia, and onto Moscow’s glitzy shopping districts, travelling the Trans-Siberian railway is the best way to take in the enormity of the world’s largest continent, writes Olga Cronin.

30th August, 2008

From the Great Wall of China, past the freezing steppes of Mongolia, and onto Moscow’s glitzy shopping districts, travelling the Trans-Siberian railway is the best way to take in the enormity of the world’s largest continent, writes Olga Cronin.

It takes a certain sort of individual to embrace a holiday where they’re cooped up in a cabin with strangers for days and nights on end. The sort of person who might...

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