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Zarengold: From Moscow to Vladivostok

Experience one of the world’s last great travel adventures. Our new route gives you the opportunity to experience the entire length of the original Trans-Siberian Railroad, from its starting point in Moscow to the monument thatmarks its very end at Vladivostok’s picturesque train station. With its legendary 5,772 miles (9,288 km), this is the world’s longest railroad. And your journey on these historical tracks is even more fascinating, comfortable, and entertaining with our privately chartered train.

 

? City of Lights evening tour through Moscow
? The Kremlin in Kazan
? Welcoming ceremony with bread and salt in Novosibirsk
? Siberian wooden houses in Irkutsk and typical Siberian villages
? Panoramic train route directly alongside Lake Baikal
? Picnic on the shores of Lake Baikal (weather permitting)
? Buryatia: Experience of a little-known culture in Ulan-Ude
? Khabarovsk on the Amur River: Surprising diversity of peoples in Russia’s Far East
? Vladivostok: Boat trip in the largest harbor in Russia’s Far East
? Daily talks on the regions’ cultures and peoples
? Vodka tasting with traditional Russian snacks and red caviar

tour information
16-Day Private Train Journey on the Trans-Siberian Railroad from Moscow to Vladivostok
from 3699 €
Duration:
16
Participants:
min 120
Language:
English
Countries:
Russia
Tour Operator:
Lernidee
Dates
Overview

Zarengold: From Moscow to Vladivostok

16-Day Private Train Journey on the Trans-Siberian Railroad from Moscow to Vladivostok

SERVICES
Included
Journey with guaranteed lodging in the booked category aboard the exclusively chartered private train.
Travel for several hours along the Trans-Siberian Railroad panoramic route directly on the shores of Lake Baikal, with photo stops
Expert tour director throughout the journey
Experienced tour guides for each group of no more than 26 guests throughout the tour
Local expert tour guides
Transfers and bus trips according to itinerary
Excursions and sightseeing according to itinerary, including entry fees
Meals according to itinerary
Porter service at all train stations
Vodka tasting with traditional Russian snacks
Concise informational talks on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, regional geography, culture, and history of the countries along the route
Physician on board
Shower facilities on board
Informational booklet about the region and the private train for each compartment booked
1 overnight in Moscow in a high-end-hotel
1 overnight in Irkutsk in a mid-range hotel
1 overnight in Ulan-Ude in a mid-range hotel
2 overnights in Vladivostok in an upper mid-range hotel
Not included
Visa fees
Gratuities
International flights
Personal expenses
Accommodation
Moscow: 1 night, InterContinental Tverskaya/Grand Marriott
Irkutsk: 1 night, Hotel Irkutsk
Ulan Ude: 1 night, Hotel Geser
Vladivostok: 2 nights, Hotel Best Eastern Versailles
Visa & Entry Requirements
Passport and visas required
Health, entry and vaccination regulations as prescribed by the visited countries. Please check with your local embassies and national guidelines for travel
ITINERARY
Day 1
Welcome to Moscow
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You are greeted at the airport by your friendly tour director and accompanied to your hotel. Our City of Lights tour shows you around the exquisitely illuminated Russian capital. You notice that Moscow is clearly on a par with Europe’s other great metropolitan cities such as Madrid and Paris. You stroll across the famous Red Square with your guide and take a short trip on the subway to view several of Moscow’s particularly beautiful metro stations.

Overnight: InterContinental Tverskaya (or similar) (D)

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Day 2
Moscow from Its Most Beautiful Side
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In the morning, you take an exciting tour of Moscow, including the impressive Kremlin grounds and its magnificent cathedral from tsarist times. In the evening, you are welcomed aboard your private train. A relaxed get-together in the dining car offers the chance to meet your fellow travelers and learn more details about your private train.

Overnight on board (BLD)

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Day 3
Kazan
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In the morning, you arrive in Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan. You take a tour of the Kazan Kremlin (a UNESCO World Heritage Site), which has a wonderful panoramic view over the Volga River, where you learn about the turbulent history of the relationship between the Tatars, the Cossacks, and the Russians. Your train resumes its journey east in the evening.

Overnight on board (BLD)

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Day 4
Yekaterinburg
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Your train stops around noon in Yekaterinburg, the historical capital of the Urals. The city is remembered as the place where the Russian tsar Nicholas II and his family were murdered in 1918. During a brief tour, you see the Church on Blood, built in 2003 in commemoration of that tragic historic event; and the city center, beautifully restored in 2009. Back on board, you continue your journey through the vast steppes of Western Siberia.

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Day 5
Novosibirsk
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You arrive in Novosibirsk, the heart of Siberia, where you are welcomed in the traditional Russian way, with bread and salt. During a short city tour, you experience the most Soviet of all cities during your journey. You see the enormous Trans-Siberian Monument and the mighty Ob River.

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Day 6
Across Siberia
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Your train crosses the wide Yenisei River and rolls on through Siberia. The train’s chefs once again demonstrate their skills as they serve Russian specialties in a Tsar’s Feast. A vodka tasting accompanied by Russian snacks and clever toasts offers you a very enjoyable combination of pleasure and local hospitality. Your train passes by villages with their typical wooden houses and rolls through birch forests set against a background of impressive mountainscapes and, hopefully, ample sunshine.

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Day 7
Irkutsk
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Today, your train reaches Irkutsk, the capital of Eastern Siberia in tsarist times. During your city tour, you see, among other attractions, picturesque Siberian wooden houses, and a memorial to Tsar Alexander III (the founder of the Trans-Siberian Railroad), which was erected in 2003 where the Trans-Siberian Obelisk previously stood. After lunch, you take an excursion to a quaint open-air museum showcasing life and work in Siberia in earlier centuries.

Overnight: Hotel Irkutsk (or similar) (BLD)

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Dax 8
Lake Baikal
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A bus takes you to Listvyanka, a Siberian village on the shores of Lake Baikal, the world’s largest reservoir of freshwater. From the village, a boat brings you across the lake’s deep waters to Port Baikal, where your private train is waiting. You then travel for several hours directly alongside Lake Baikal, on the historic panorama route of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Your train stops at a particularly scenic spot, for you to truly enjoy the majestic calm of this unique natural wonder. Dinner is served as a picnic on the shores of Lake Baikal, weather permitting.

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Day 9
From Lake Baikal to Ulan-Ude
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Your journey continues along the banks of seemingly endless Lake Baikal, through the splendid Selenga Valley and the wild solitude of Eastern Siberia’s mountainous steppes. After your private train’s arrival in Ulan-Ude, you experience the capital of the Russian Republic of Buryatia on a city tour. A visit to a colony of Old Believers makes you acquainted with their manners and customs. In the evening, you see a presentation of typical Buryatian artistic performances.

Overnight: Hotel Geser (or similar) (BLD)

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Day 10
Monks and Yurts
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An excursion brings you to Russia’s largest Buddhist monastery, Ivolginsky Datsan. Later, you feast on Buryatia’s national dish in a yurt. In the afternoon, you learn surprising details about the indigenous population of the Baikal region in the open-air Ethnographic Museum. Your private train continues east in the late evening.

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Day 11
Vast Country
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Today, your private train is rolling, rolling, rolling on the Trans-Siberian, the world’s longest railroad line, making you realize the dimensions of Russia, the world’s largest country. On board, you enjoy a delightful tasting of Taiga specialties: berries, juices, and liquors. A language course gives you the opportunity to brush up your knowledge of Russian.

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Day 12
Vast Country, part II
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Your train is moving through the lush landscapes east of Lake Baikal, passing the junction leading onto the Trans-Manchurian Railroad in Chita, the junction leading to the Baikal–Amur Mainline, the former gulag city of Svobodny, and Birobidzhan, the administrative center of Russia’s Jewish Autonomous Oblast.

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Day 13
Khabarowsk on the Amur River
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Your private train reaches Khabarovsk in midmorning. City tour and visit to the promenade on the bluff of the Amur River where you can see as far as China. In the afternoon, you enjoy a little boat tour on the Amur River. Your train departs in the evening and your journey continues to the city of Vladivostok, the final destination of your journey on the Trans-Siberian.

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Day 14
Vladivostok
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In the morning, you arrive in Vladivostok, where a sightseeing tour shows you the city’s most notable attractions, among them the Submarine Museum and the photogenic train station with the monument that marks the final stop of the Trans-Siberian Railroad. Free time in the afternoon. Our recommendations: a stroll in the botanical garden or a guided tour of the Fort of Alexander the Blessed.

Overnight: Best Eastern Versailles (or similar) (BLD)

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Day 15
Vladivostok
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After breakfast, you have the opportunity to explore the Pacific metropolis. What about a visit to the museum of the Russian Pacific Fleet, to the KGB bunker or to Vladivostok’s only dairy? In the afternoon, you enjoy a boat trip in the largest harbor of Russia’s Far East.

Overnight: Best Eastern Versailles (or similar) (BLD)

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Day 16
Farewell, Russia!
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Your journey ends with the transfer to the airport after your breakfast at the hotel. (B)

 

(B) = Breakfast, (L) = Lunch, (D) = Dinner

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DATES & PRICES
Standard
Classic
Superior
Nostalgic Comfort
Bolshoi
Bolshoi Platinum
Date Price per Person Book Trip
27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 4590 €
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Date Price per Person Book Trip
27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 7050 €
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Date Price per Person Book Trip
27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 7440 €
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27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 9970 €
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Date Price per Person Book Trip
27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 13110 €
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Date Price per Person Book Trip
27/06/2022 – 12/07/2022 15370 €
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THE TRAIN

Zarengold

Cat. I - Standard

Number and Size of Beds: - Sleeps up to 4 guests - 2 lower and 2 upper beds - 26.7 × 73.6 in/68 × 187 cm Features: - Large window - Table - 2 shared bathrooms with sink and toilet per car - 9 compartments per car - 3-person occupancy is available for a supplemental charge

Cat. V - Bolshoi Platinum

Number and Size of Beds: - Sleeps up to 2 guests - 1 lower bed sized - 47.2 × 72.4 in/120 × 184 cm - 1 upper bed sized - 32.3 × 68.5 in/82 × 174 cm Features: - Large compartment sized - 77 sq ft/7.15 sq m - Small sofa - Table - Window - Large closet - Private bathroom with sink, toilet and separate shower - 5 compartments per car

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Zarengold: From Moscow to Vladivostok
10.06. – 25.06.2022
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