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Escorted Trans-Siberian travel Imperial Russia Train Moscow to Vladivostok

Duration: 15 days / 14 nights
Itinerary: Moscow – Kazan – Yekaterinburg – Novosibirsk – Irkutsk – Lake Baikal – Ulan Ude – Vladivostok
Dates: May 10 – May 23 / July 19 – August 01, 2018
Train comfort: High

If none of these dates suits you, contact-us for other options or you may check our individual trans-siberian travel or group trans-siberian travel.

Program Prices Booking Train Class description

Program

Dates City Tour Description
Day 1 Moscow Welcome to Moscow. Transfer from airport to a hotel. Accommodation in a standard room.
Day 2 Moscow Grand City Tour. Visit to the Moscow Kremlin which is a symbol of the Russian State, one of the greatest architectural complexes in the world, a treasure house of magnificent relics and monuments of art. Walk along the Arbat Street. The Cathedral of Christ the Savior. Sightseeing tour of Moscow metro stations. Welcome to the «Imperial Russia» Train. Depart from Moscow.
Day 3 Kazan Arriving to Kazan Railway Station. Grand City Tour «Old Kazan». The Tartar capital is situated on the picturesque banks of the Volga. Within folklore program “Tugan Avalim” you will enjoy Tartar epic. Kazan sightseeing (Kremlin). Lunch including a master class revealing the secret of Tartar Cuisine. Depart from Kazan.
Day 4 Yekaterinburg Train arrives in Yekaterinburg railway station. City Tour dedicated to the Last Days of Last Russian Tsar. As part of the excursion you will see the Church on Blood erected to commemorate a tragic historical event, the orthodox monastery with temples that are considered to be pearls of Russian construction. You will visit the memorial built at the boundary of two continents (the Europe and Asia). Depart from Yekaterinburg.
Day 5 Novosibirsk Train arrives in Novosibirsk. You will reach a region with great history and unique Siberian architectural monuments and nature. Sightseeing tour: Railway museum, Ballet and Opera House, ancient streets, Ob river esplanade. City tour continues. Depart for Novosibirsk.
Day 6 On board On board of “Imperial Russia” Train. Enjoy activities on board.
Day 7 Irkutsk Train arrives at Irkutsk railway station. Tour to the historical city center including a visit to the Decembrist House, the “wooden lace” house, also called the “House of Europe”, the most beautiful and amazing streets of the city – Bolshaya Prospektnaya, today – Karl Marx street. Visit to the Ethnographical museum Taltsy which is located in a picturesque place on the right bank of the Angara river. Free time at the “130 quarter” – “Irkutskaya Sloboda”, a quarter with reconstructed city buildings of the 19-20 c. Depart from Irkutsk.
Day 8 Baikal Arrival in Port Baikal. Ferry trip to the Listvyanka village, the closest one to Irkutsk of all the settlements on the shores of Lake Baikal. Platform observation, Chersky Stone observation point with beautiful view on the southern part of the lake and the source of the Angara River is one of the most favorite places for tourists and photographers. Visit to Baikal Museum which displays the flora and fauna of the lake. Listvyanka sightseeing. Visit to local fish and souvenir market. Welcome back to the Imperial Russia Train.
Day 9 Ulan-Ude Arriving to Ulan-Ude. Ethnic and cultural diversity of this area offers a unique understanding of its heritage of the world’s religions. Visit functional churches: Ivolginsky Datsan, Odigitria Cathedral, Holy Trinity Church. You will be welcomed in a Buryat family. Excursion program, reception in a traditional Buryat Yurt and a folklore program. Hospitable Buryats will teach you how to cook the traditional Buryat dish pozy, how to play dice, use a bow, wear a traditional Buryat costume, assemble and disassemble a felt yurt. Sightseeing tour of this unique city, a convenient location in both strategic and economics ways on the cross-roads of Russia with China and Mongolia. Depart from Ulan-Ude.
Day 10 On board On board of “Imperial Russia” Train. Enjoy activities on board.
Day 11 On board On board of “Imperial Russia” Train. Enjoy activities on board.
Day 12 On board On board of “Imperial Russia” Train. Enjoy activities on board.
Day 13 Vladivostok Arrival in Vladivostok. Transfer to a hotel.
Day 14 Vladivostok City tour around Vladivostok including main attractions of the city: view point at Egersheld and Lighthouse at Egersheld cape, Railway station and Marine station, Central square with the Monument to Fighters, Historical Center of Vladivostok, Svetlanskaya Street, Nikolai Triumph Arch, Korabelnaya Nabereznaya, C-56 submarine museum, Nabereznaya of Tsesarevicha, Funicular, View point “Orlinoe Gnezdo”, Sports Harbor and visiting Fortress museum. Visit to the Regional lore museum, Orthodox Church. Excursion to Russky Island by car. You’ll cross the two enormous bridges across the Golden Horn Bay and Eastern Bosporus strait, the latter of which would be a largest cable-stayed bridge upon its completion. Russky Island is opened for Primorye capital’s residents and guests, the proximity to the city and convenient transportation turned it to one of the most popular recreation places. The island was significantly transformed after holding the APEC Summit on its territory in autumn 2012. Now you have a chance to watch the large international business center, where summit’s main activities will take place, Far Eastern University’s campus, which has united Vladivostok’s four largest universities, view points from where you can see Primorye shores with fantastic hills, relict forests, beaches with picturesque coastal landscapes, azure bays.
Day 15 Vladivostok End of trip, transfer from the hotel to the airport.

Prices and Services

CATEGORY PRICE, p.p.
VIP (per person in a two-bedded compartment) 9725€
BUSINESS (per person in a two-bedded compartment) 9075€
FIRST CLASS PLUS (per person in a two-bedded compartment) 5870€
FIRST CLASS (per person in a two-bedded compartment) 5070€

Supplement

CATEGORY PRICE, p.p.
For single use of VIP compartment 5530€
For single use of FIRST CLASS PLUS compartment 2005€
For single use of FIRST CLASS compartment 1735€

Services included

Accommodation

  • 1 night at Moscow hotel Baltchug Kempinski and 1 night at Vladivostok hotel Hyundai (2 nights in Vladivostok for the tour starting from Moscow)
  • Onboard the «Imperial Russia Train»
  • Bathrobe and slippers

Excursions & Guides

  • Excursions with local guides according to the program
  • Guides speaking English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (other languages on request for language groups from 10 persons travelling on board the «Imperial Russia» Train)

Meals
  • Tea/coffee on board throughout the day.
  • Full board.

Services

  • Transfers: airport – hotel – airport, hotel – railway station – hotel
  • Brief informative lectures on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, geography and history of the countries visited
  • Doctor onboard
  • Porterage is included between the hotels and stations
  • English Speaking Tour Director throughout the Tour
  • Experienced Tour Managers
     

Services not included

  • Flights
  • Visa services fees (we do not take any responsibility for any passengers in possession of incorrect or invalid visas)
  • Tips and own expenses
  • All beverages in bar car
  • Meals the days of arrival, departure
  • «Tailor made» excursions: you have possibility to extend your Tour. We can propose additional excursions in every city: Moscow, Lake Baikal, Beijing, Golden Ring and etc
  • Insurance (every passenger is obliged to have a medical insurance for the whole duration of the Tour)
  • Vaccination: consult your doctor or medical center for specific health advice, due to visit of different countries in terms of this Tour

PLEASE NOTE! Accommodation and Tour itineraries can change at any time due to circumstances beyond our control.

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Journey presentation and Highlights

Russia is a mysterious country many, tried to understand it, but even Lev Tolstoy and Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote about the Russian restless soul, torn between Oriental traditions and Western civilization. To understand Russia, one should get on a train and cross it from the West to the East. For this purpose the Trans-Siberian Railway will be perfect – the most famous railway in the World — the path to the heart of Russia.

Thousands of kilometers from the shores of the Baltic Sea to the Pacific Ocean — you will hear the beating of the iron heart, what it is silent about, what it is inspired by. Just trust in the road and the country will reveal its unexpected sides.

You will see Russia in all its historical greatness, in the mixture of cultures and fortunes, in the architectural splendor and extravagance, diverse and united, unifying different people and religions.

You start your journey in the ancient and mysterious Moscovia. The journey continues, next stop is Kazan – the capital of the ancient Tatar Khanate, the place which connected Christianity and Islam. Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk – each city conceals many secrets. It was here where the History of Russian State was made, History full of contradictions.

Lake Baikal is the entry point to Russian Asia. Locals call it the «Sea of Baikal». It is located in the center of the Asian continent, on the border of Irkutsk region and Republic of Buryatia. It’s the deepest Lake on the planet, the largest natural reservoir of fresh water.

Ulan-Ude is a peculiar city on this journey. It illustrates cultural tolerance and wealth of Russia. Ethnic, religious and cultural diversity of this area offers a unique understanding of its place among the other cities of Russia.

Vladivostok is a true eastern gem, one of the largest and most populated Russian cities in the East, home to many researchers and tradesmen. The city always remains a very important maritime harbor offering Russia an access to the Eastern seas.

From the East – the sun rises and moves back to the West.

You will return home enriched with new knowledge. When you will tell about your impressions, you will be listened to, open-mouthed with surprise. Transsib will turn your whole idea of Eurasia upside-down, the crossroad of two different parts of the World, Europe and Asia.

This is Russia: to solve its mystery – one has to cross it from the West to the East…

IMPERIAL RUSSIA TRAIN’S DESCRIPTION

VIP CARS
1 to 2 passengers per compartment
Consists of 5 passenger compartments, 2 seats in each. Berths: one upper, one lower one. A table with an armchair. An LCD TV set. An inbuilt cabinet for clothes and luggage. An individual water closet with a shower booth and a washbowl. An individual air conditioner for heating and cooling the cabin. VIP cars have two-seat compartments with an area larger than two ordinary ones. A compartment has a comfortable transformable sofa and a foldaway upper berth, also en-suite there is a shower cabin and an environmentally friendly toilet.

vip cabin imperial russia trans-siberian train

BUSINESS CLASS CARS
1 to 2 passenger occupancy The car has 6 passenger compartments, each with a maximum of 2 persons occupancy. A table with the armchair. An LCD TV. A built-in wardrobe for clothes and luggage. A private bathroom with wet shower and basin. Individual air conditioning. The business compartment in the total area of 5.5.m x 2 is equipped with a sofa and a folding bed upstairs.

Business Class cabin imperial russia trans-siberian train

FIRST CLASS PLUS SLEEPING CARS
1 to 2 passengers per compartment

Consists of 8 passenger compartments, 2 seats in each. Berths: one upper, one lower one. A table with an armchair. An LCD TV set. An inbuilt clothes cabinet. Between compartments there are four rooms with washbowls and shower cans. In compartment 9 there is an auxiliary room for storing luggage. Two water closets: in the beginning and in the end of the car. The air conditioning system is general, with an option of additional temperature control in each compartment (« ± 3СО»).

First Class plus cabin imperial russia trans-siberian train

FIRST CLASS SLEEPING CARS
1 to 2 passengers per compartment.

Consists of 8 passenger compartments, 2 seats in each. Berths: all lower ones. A table. An LCD TV set. In compartment 9 there is a shower booth with a washbowl. Two water closets: in the beginning and the end of the car. The air conditioning system is general, with an option of additional temperature control in each compartment (« ± 3СО»).

First Class cabin imperial russia trans-siberian train

RESTAURANTS & BAR

Two Restaurant cars are designed for providing passengers with guaranteed hot food on compartment seats and by orders in the restaurant hall. The bar carriage is separated by a decorative partition to make two comfortable zones allowing the passengers to eat, dance, relax with a drink and enjoy the scenery passing in the window.

Preparation for your trans-siberian railway trip

A Trans-Siberian journey needs a little of preparation. We are going to send you more details about what to pack and take with you. Backpacking is not required, we will never need to walk with the luggage. Please check our list of what to take on your trans-siberian journey. Good general physical health and fitness is a plus but you do not kneed to worry as our driver are close to all major stops and visits activities. The most important part is to be prepared mentally and culturally for the many different people and cultures we are going to meet. We suggest reading about Russia, Mongolia or China in advance. We have a collection of titles in our bookstore that we can highly recommend. A must for all Trans-Siberian travellers is the Trans-Siberian Handbook by Bryn Thomas, Athol Yates and Tatyana Pozar-Burgar.

Such a journey truly unforgettable and give a true approach of the culture. We send several hundreds of peoples a year on our tours, from 17 years old students to senior managing directors and even a retired 71 year-old lady made it safely. So, why don’t you join us for this life-long experience?