The new longest train journey in the world from Portugal to Singapore
The longest train journey in the world takes 21 days at a price of 1,200 euros and passes through 13 countries.
The world's longest train journey has become a reality after the opening of the world's fastest train station in Beijing, and it may take 21 days to complete the journey along the 18,755-kilometre route, according to the calculation of the hypothetical route made by train enthusiasts on Reddit with the help of British railway expert Mark Smith from the website "seat61.com".
Time and cost of The new longest train journey in the world.
It's supposed to cross from Lagos in southern Portugal to Singapore and pass through Paris, Moscow, and Beijing as the train passes through 13 different countries, including Spain, Poland, and Belarus in Europe, and Mongolia and Thailand on the Asian side.
Overnight stops are included in the 21-day trip to get visas, paperwork, and rail connections, according to long-distance expert Smith.
In addition, some train stations may stop in different cities for short periods. A ticket for the entire trip can cost around 1,200 euros.