Trans-Siberian Enisey Trains

If you are planning to travel along the longest railway route in the world, the famous Trans-Siberian railway, have a closer look at Enisey trains. Although they entered service back in 1993, nowadays they are still among the fastest trains running along the famous route, traveling with an average speed of 120 km/h (75 mph). Inside, the cars are light and clean, offering everything you might possibly need during the ride, including lockable doors to your compartment, air-conditioning, panoramic windows, and a media streamer. For your convenience, every coach boasts an electronic informational panel. The price of the ticket includes a vanity kit with a towel and linen bedding, sometimes it also covers a meal. Keep in mind that, it's possible to book a place in a gender-sensitive compartment.

Travel Classes Onboard Enisey Train

  • Russian Railways Regular train Kupe (img 1)
  • Russian Railways Regular train Kupe
  • Russian Railways Regular train Kupe (img 2)
  • Regular-Russian Railways-Exterior

Enisey 4-bed Sleeper

These are compartments for 4 travelers with 2 upper and 2 lower beds, usually, it is possible to travel in gender-sensitive compartments. Each one comes with air-conditioning, lockable door, and a large panoramic window, sometimes a media streamer is available. Space for luggage storage is underneath the lower bunk beds. A meal, vanity kit, bed linen set, as well as newspapers are included in the ticket price. Bathrooms with wash basins are located at each end of the coach. Meals, drinks, and snacks can be purchased in the Restaurant car. The carrier declares that it conducts a thorough sanitation, cleaning and disinfection of all common areas on its trains, including surfaces, seats, handles, windows, tables, luggage compartments, bathrooms and operator cabins. Mask is required
Route
Distance
189 kilometers
438 kilometers
189 kilometers
438 kilometers
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Time
1 hrs 36 min
3 hrs 35 min
1 hrs 38 min
3 hrs 49 min
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Departures
17 trains per route
16 trains per route
15 trains per route
10 trains per route
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