Even today, trains are the most popular and important means of transportation in the world. Long distance travel is done by train all over the world. But do you know how many days the world’s longest train journey takes?
The longest train journey in the world takes seven days and 20 hours and 25 minutes. The train running from Moscow in Russia to Pyongyang in North Korea takes this much time. The journey from Moscow to Pyongyang is the longest train journey in the world. The Trans-Siberian Railway completes the journey of 10,214 kilometers from Moscow in Russia to Pyongyang in North Korea.
The train running on this long route crosses 16 major rivers and passes through 87 cities. This trip, which lasts for a week, tests the patience of the travelers. Also, you can see the natural beauty on the train journey.
The Trans-Siberian Railway was started in 1961. This train service also runs from Moscow to Vladivostok in Russia. This route is the second longest railroad in the world.
The train running on this route passes through mountains and forests. The journey starting from Pyongyang will take passengers from North Korea to Moscow, Russia to Vladivostok, Russia. Here the train joins the train from Vladivostok to Moscow. The special thing is that the passengers who board the train once from Pyongyang do not need to change their coach anywhere. This train reaches Russia twice a month from North Korea. Similarly, there is a train from Russia to Pyongyang four times a month. The train from Moscow not only goes to Pyongyang, it also goes to Tumangyeong station in North Korea.