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Europe to South Asia over land

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* From Russia to Central Asia, crossing western China and [[Tibet]], arrive in [[Kathmandu]]
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* From Russia to Central Asia, then into China in one of these ways:
* With the Trans-Siberian Railway to [[Ulan Ude]], then taking the [[Trans-Mongolian Railway]] to [[Ulaanbaatar]], crossing western China and Tibet, arrive in Kathmandu.
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** Northwest China, road or rail from [[Almaty]] to [[Urumqi]]
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** Southwest corner of China, reaching the Silk Road oasis [[Kashi]]
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** from the North, road or Trans-Siberian Railway to [[Ulan Ude]], then taking the [[Trans-Mongolian Railway]] to [[Ulaanbaatar]] and on into China
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crossing western China and [[Tibet]], arrive in [[Kathmandu]]
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crossing western China and Tibet, arrive in Kathmandu.
 
* Another possible exit point from [[China]] is into [[Vietnam]].
 
* Another possible exit point from [[China]] is into [[Vietnam]].

Revision as of 01:40, 25 August 2005

Overview

There are several ways to go from Europe to South Asia overland.

Options

The Silk Road

See also Silk Road

Through Russia

There are many ways to go to South Asia through Russia, but since travelling in Afghanistan is hardly possible you'll have to go through Iran or China. That gives the following options:

Russia to Iran

Russia to South Asia via China

  • From Russia to Central Asia, then into China in one of these ways:

crossing western China and Tibet, arrive in Kathmandu

crossing western China and Tibet, arrive in Kathmandu.