Forwards on the New Silk Road
10,000 kilometers separate the western border of Europe and eastern China – mountain ranges, deserts, three inland lakes, numerous languages and cultures. Even if the processes in world trade are becoming more and more standardized, there are still many things that are handled differently in Spain than in Russia, in Belarus than in China. If you want your rail freight to be transported smoothly between Europe and China, you need a partner that is at home in every culture. This is the strength of InterRail, with its long years of experience in all the major states along this trade route.
Today, InterRail focuses on rail transport along three corridors across the states of the former Soviet Union, from Europe to China, from Europe to Russia, to India, and along the Central Asian corridor.