Here we offer the opportunity to see
Russia by train. In addition to general touring in Moscow we
feature the Trans-Siberian rail. The "Rossia" train runs across
the vast territory of forests, mountains, hills, valleys,
rivers; one landscape changes the other. In some areas there is
hardly a living soul within a hundred kilometers. Russia is
amazingly huge and diverse.
Day 1: Arrive Moscow, meet and transfer to your
hotel. City tour of Moscow including the Kremlin and Vorobjev's
Day 2: Tour the Cathedral of the Christ, the
Savior, Tretjakov Art Gallery and the Moscow metro. Later depart
by train to Ekaterinburg.
Day 3: On the train
Day 4: Arrival in Ekaterinburg. City tour, here,
the last days of the Romanov's Dynasty.
Day 5: On the train
Day 6: Arrival in Irkutsk. Tour the city, museum
and an excursion to Lake Baikal. Depart this night by
train to Ulan-Ude.
Day 7: Morning arrival in Ulan-Ude. City tour
and trip to Datsan.
Day 8: Departure by morning train to
Days 9/10: On the train.
Day 11: Morning arrival in Vladivostok. City
tour and boat exursion on the bay "Golden Horn".
As an extension of the Trans-Siberian tour from
Irkutsk there are 3 more destinations: Mongolia, China and
Japan. Mongolia is the country with ever changing landscapes:
now a range of mountains, lakes, rivers and streams; then
deserts and steppes. Horseriding, hiking bring you closer to the
nomads whose hospitality and friendship welcome you all over the
From the above train itinerary, overnight on Day 6 in Irkutsk
Day 7: In Irkutsk. Departure by night train to
Day 8: On the train.
Day 9: Arrival in Ulan-Bator. Sightseeing of
Gandan Monastery and Bogd Ihan Museum.
Day 10: Day trip to the National Park of Terelj.
Day 11: Depart by morning train to Beijing or
stay longer in Ulan-Bator.
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