Trans-Siberian Railway from Ulan-Ude to Vladivostok was a long three-day Russia Travel journey! After an amazing few days in the Buryatia region; visiting a Russian Buddhist temple, eating traditional Russian Buryat food, staying at the family farm, and exploring Lake Baikal and Ulan-Ude – it was time for us to continue our Trans-Siberian Railway travels. We said our goodbyes to Ulan-Ude and embarked on an 80-hour journey in the 3rd Class of the Trans-Siberian Railroad! This is where I had plenty of time to explain to you what I have learned about traveling Russia after 25 days across the country on the Trans-Siberian Railway!! Russia Travel has been one of the most exciting adventures I’ve been on in a long time, and this video tells you everything you need to know about traveling across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway! Stay tuned next week from our final stop, Vladivostok; the end of the Trans-Siberian Railway – stay tuned!