TRANSSIBERIAN RAILWAY

If you're planning a trip to Russia, do not forget about the longest railway in the world !

Vladivostok - Irkutsk
Udege You will take a 3-nights/4-day ride along the Trans-Siberian railroad from Vladivostok to Irkutsk to reach Lake Baikal, the world's oldest and deepest freshwater reservoir. Great views of the Lake and beautiful Siberian nature together with a glimpse of local traditions, culture and history will be presented to you during this tour. On the first day you will have a full-day sightseeing program of Vladivostok (including Russky Island), getting on the train to Irkutsk in the evening. During this train ride you will pass by the city of Khabarovsk and the great Amur River, the cities of Chita and Ulan-Ude, and will see the beautiful landscapes of the Far Eastern Russia and Siberia, including Lake Baikal. There will be several 30-40 min stopovers in some cities along the route. The ride is over on the 4th day of your journey when the train reaches Irkutsk.

Vladivostok - Irkutsk - Moscow
Udege We invite you to experience one of the world's longest train journeys, crossing Russia from east to west and visiting 3 cities. The tour starts in Vladivostok where you'll have a city tour covering the main attractions. Then you will get on the train to Irkutsk and your Trans-Siberian journey will begin. The tour involves 2 train rides: 4-day ride from Vladivostok to Irkutsk and 3-day ride from Irkutsk to Moscow, with a 2-night stay at Lake Baikal in-between. During the first ride you will see the landscapes of the Far Eastern Russia, Eastern Siberia and Baikal Lake through your train windows. After spending 2 days at Baikal you will get on the train to Moscow to continue your journey, passing by the cities of Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg and others (with several short stopovers). The tour ends in Moscow where you'll spend some time exploring Russia's capital.

Vladivostok - Moscow
Udege Take the longest non-stop train journey in the world through all Russia, from Vladivostok to Moscow. 7 days on the train, 7 time zones, 9288 km to go. The tour starts in Vladivostok, where you will have a short welcome sightseeing tour. Then you will get on the train to Moscow (departure in the evening). During the train ride you can admire the beautiful landscapes of the Far Eastern Russia that will pass by your train windows. Other Russian cities and sights to be seen through your train windows include: the cities of Khabarovsk, Chita, Ulan-Ude and Novosibirsk (main city of the Siberian region), the Amur and the Ob'rivers, the city of Yekaterinburg and others. The train will make several stopovers along the route. Your tour ends in Moscow where you will see the main attractions of the Russian capital during a city tour.


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