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Trans-Siberian Railway: Moscow to Vladivostok

US$ 1,934

Journey from west to east across Russia aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway between Moscow and Vladivostok. You'll cross the Russian steppes and see the main wonders of the country.

We currently don’t have any scheduled dates for this activity.

Journey from west to east across Russia aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway between Moscow and Vladivostok. You'll cross the Russian steppes and see the main wonders of the country.

Trans-Siberian Railway: Moscow to Vladivostok

Day 1: Moscow

Having picked you up from the airport in Moscow on your arrival, we'll take you to your hotel in the Russian capital so that you can relax in preparation for your adventure or explore the city at your own leisure.

Day 2: Moscow

Ready to explore Moscow? We'll pick you up from your hotel after breakfast for a guided tour that includes a visit to the KGB Headquarters, the Bolshoi Theater, and, of course, the famous Red Square. Here we'll visit the GUM Shopping Gallery and the Cathedrals of St. Basil and Kazan, as well as Lenin's Mausoleum.

Day 3: Moscow- Yekaterinburg 

You can't leave Moscow without visiting the Kremlin, where the country's power decisions are made. We'll see the four cathedrals, as well as the Armory Museum and its treasures: war objects, sacred chalices, and even valuable Fabergé eggs

In the afternoon we'll take a tour of the Moscow Metro, a real subway museum where we'll find stations decorated with mosaics, polychrome crystals, and marbles. After the tour, we'll return to the hotel to pick up your luggage and take you to the station for the night train to Yekaterinburg.

Day 4: Yekaterinburg 

We'll arrive in Yekaterinburg on the fourth day in the afternoon. The driver will be waiting for you at the station to take you to a comfortable hotel where you'll be able to rest until the next day.

Day 5: Yekaterinburg 

After breakfast, we'll pick you up to start the tour of Yekaterinburg. This city is known for a tragic episode: the execution of Tsar Nicholas II and his family.

We'll visit the Cathedral of the Spilled Blood and Ganina Yama, where the bodies of the Romanov family were hidden. We'll also stop in front of the obelisk marking the border between Asia and Europe and at the memorial erected in memory of the victims of the Stalinist repression, before taking you to the station to take the Trans-Siberian Railway.

Days 6 & 7: Yekaterinburg - Irkutsk

For almost three days you'll travel through the Siberian steppes that divide Russia from China aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway, the railroad that connects European Russia with the Far East and reaches all the way to the Pacific Ocean.

Day 8: Listvyanka

You'll arrive in Irkutsk and we'll be waiting for you at the station to take you to Listvyanka. In this beautiful town on the shores of Lake Baikal, you'll have the rest of the day free to take a boat ride, explore the St. Nicholas Church and the museum dedicated to Baikal at your own leisure. Did you know that it is the deepest lake in the world? You can also take the chance to sample the local cuisine.

Day 9: Lisvyanka - Irkutsk

After breakfast, we'll start our road trip to Irkutsk, stopping first at the Taltsy Museum of Wooden Architecture - a real open-air museum! We'll then continue the tour to Irkutsk, also known as the Paris of Siberia.

Here we'll enjoy a panoramic tour so that you don't miss any of the city's attractions, and in the late afternoon, we'll take you to Irkutsk station, where you'll hop back on the Trans-Siberian Railway towards Vladivostok.

Days 10, 11 & 12: Irkutsk - Vladivostok

After three days onboard the Trans-Siberian crossing the Siberian region and admiring its landscapes, you'll arrive at Vladivostok station.

Day 13: Vladivostok

After you arrive, we'll pick you up at the station and begin our tour of Vladivostok with a visit to its fortress. We'll also visit the Intersection Church and the Catholic Church, and learn about the history of the Russian fleet at the Korabelnaya Naberezhnaya pier. You'll also have the opportunity to see the famous Soviet submarine C-56.

Day 14: Vladivostok

Now it's time to part ways and bid farewell! We'll pick you up from your hotel after breakfast to take you to Vladivostok airport in time for your return flight.

Accommodation

The tour includes 5 nights of accommodation with breakfast included at the following hotels:

  • Moscow: Ibis Centro Bakhrushina Hotel 3*
  • Yekaterimburg: Novotel Center Yekaterimburg 4*
  • Listvyanka: Mayak Hotel 4*
  • Vladivostok: Azimut Hotel 4*

The nights that you don't stay in the hotels listed above will be spent traveling on a night train. In this means of transport, you'll have a compartment for 4 people with two bunk beds. In addition, each train car has two toilets and hot water for making tea, and you will be provided with clean bed linen and cups. The train also has a restaurant car for lunch and dinner during the trip.

When making your reservation, you'll only have to indicate the kind of room you wish to stay in at the hotels, as you'll always travel in 4-people compartments on the trains.

If you don't want to share the train compartment with other people, you can pay a supplement. To do so, please indicate it in the comments when making your reservation and we'll send you the request to pay the supplement.

Guided visits

The guided tours are only included while in the cities, whereas on the train you'll travel on your own, enjoying the tour at your own pace.

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Cancellations

If you cancel 60 days before the day of the activity, we will refund you 90%. If you cancel 45 days before the day of the activity, we will refund you 75%. If you cancel 30 days before the day of the activity, we will refund you 50%. If you cancel 15 days before the day of the activity, we will refund you 25%. If you cancel under this time or do not show up, you will not be refunded.
US$ 1,934

We currently don’t have any scheduled dates for this activity.