The Moscow to Paris route takes about a day and a half. Traveling through a number of European capitals, it is one of the most popular international routes on the Russian railways – though it does require a Belarus transit visa for passage through that country.
The train runs either once or twice a week, depending on the season, with return Paris to Moscow trains operating at the same time. Some travelers taking the Trans-Siberian across Russia will add this route for a total journey of almost 12000 km over the whole of Russia!
Get ready to be whisked along on a smooth and magical ride on the Trans-Siberian Railway.