Trans-Siberian Railway at 5,778 miles is the longest direct rail route in the world, and entirely within Russia. It takes a minimum of a week to span that distance by train. At 10,214 km (6,346 miles), this is the longest train journey in the world from Moscow (Russia) to Pyongyang in North Korea. One train a week makes the journey by this route, which includes sections of the famous Trans-Siberian line. It is scheduled to take 7 days 20 hours 25 minutes.