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Moscow, Russia

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Classic Transsiberian Tour
  • Classic Transsiberian Tour

    Being the longest railway in the world, the Trans-Siberian Railway is one of the best ways to explore Russia.

    Day 1. Moscow

    Our guide meets you in the airport and brings you to the chosen hotel.

    In the evening you can order a Moscow by night tour.

    Day 2. Moscow

    You will drive along the main streets and squares, make photo stops at the most picturesque places of the city and see Red Square, the Bolshoy Theatre, St. Basil Cathedral, Novodevichy Convent.

    During a walk around the territory of the Kremlin you will visit the Cathedrals, see the Palace of the President, the Tsar Bell and the Tsar Cannon.

    Night train in Ekaterinburg

    Day 3. In Train

    Enjoy the famous landscapes of Russia from the window of your compartment.

    Late arrival and overnight in Ekaterinburg.

    Day 4. Ekaterinburg

    During the city tour you will visit the carefully preserved city center with a plenty of old brick houses, XVIII century damp on city ponds and Church of All Saints, a memorial at the site where the Romanovs, Russia’s last Tsarist dynasty, were assassinated by revolutionaries. Then we offer you an exiting ride to Asia–Europe border.

    Train to Novosibirsk.

    Day 5. In train

    Again and again you have a chance to watch the picturesque landscapes of our country from your train.

    Late arrival and overnight in Novosibirsk.

    Day 6. Novosibirsk

    The Siberia’s largest city Novosibirsk is an important cultural and scientific center in Russia. You will take a tour that includes the stops by majestic Ob River and the biggest Opera theater.

    Night train to Irkutsk.

    Day 7. In train

    Day 8. Irkutsk

    Early morning you reach Irkutsk - the ‘Paris of Siberia’. After a break in the hotel you will see the city’s colorful market, the theater and the City History Museum of Irkutsk.

    Overnight in the city.

    Day 9. Baikal lake

    After breakfast you take a trip to the open-air museum of wooden architecture located in Taltsy Village. Then you will finally reach Baikal lake. We stay at Listvyanka, a small Baikal settlement nestling at the base of the surrounding hills. For the brave hearted there is even time for a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters.

    Day 10. Baikal - Irkutsk

    After free time on Baikal lake you go back to Irkutsk to catch the train to Ulan-Ude - capital of the Republic of Buryatia.

    Late arrival and overnight in Ulan-Ude.

    Day 11. Ulan-Ude

    The ethnic and cultural diversity of this area offers a unique insight into its heritage. As we tour the area you will notice the different faces and dress styles of these welcoming people. 

    We will visit Ivolginskiy Datsan - the center of Russian Bhuddism.

    Evening train to Vladivostok

    Day 12. In train


    Day 13. In Train

    Day 14. Vladivostok

    After travelling through 8 time zones and covering an amazing 10,600 km along this epic route to the end of the Trans-Siberian line, we arrive to Vladivostok, a military port located on the western shores of the Sea of Japan. Transfer and overnight in Hotel.


    Day 15. Vladivostok 

    Vladivostok offers visitors an exciting opportunity to explore its principal military attractions including a tour to a restored submarine. Half-day city tour with a visit to Russkiy Island and local fortifications.

    Day 16. Vladivostok

    After breakfast you will be transferred to Vladivostok airport to begin your way back home.

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