$5,925.00 (First Class - twin compartment)
$7,920.00 (First Class - for single use)
$6,845.00 (First Class Plus - twin compartment)
$9,150.00 (First Class Plus - for single use)
$11,280.00 (VIP Class - twin compartment)
$17,640.00 (VIP Class - for single use)
• Onboard the “Imperial Russia Train”
• 1 night at Moscow hotel and 1 night at Vladivostok hotel
• Towels, bathrobe and slippers available onboard of the “Imperial Russia” train.
• Sighseeing with local guides per program
• English Speaking Group Leader and Tour managers
• All transfers
• Tea/coffee throughout the day
• Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily
• Excursions with local guides according to the program
• Luggage handling at the hotel and the railway station
• Brief informative lectures during the program
• Doctor on board
• Bathrobe, towel and slippers onboard
The City Tour of Moscow will offer excellent views of the Kremlin, Red Square, Kitay Gorod, Tverskaya, Arbat, and Zamoskvorechje. Later we will visit Red Square and the Kremlin with its golden domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral, the State Historical Museum, the elegant arcades of the GUM department store, and many other landmarks. Inside the Kremlin the main attractions are the three Cathedrals of the Assumption, Annunciation and Archangel, which date back to the 15th-16th centuries. Other landmarks are Ivan the Great Bell Tower, Tsar Bell, Tsar Cannon, Hall of Facets, Terem Place, and the Great Kremlin Palace - the official residence of Russian presidents.
The capital and the largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Kazan is located on the picturesque banks of the Volga River. The Kazan Kremlin is the main historic site of the city and is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Built at the behest of Ivan the Terrible, it is the home of many old buildings including The Annunciation Cathedral, dating back to the 16th century, the leaning Soyembika Tower, the Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Peter and Paul Cathedral, the Spasskaya Tower, and the recently built Qol Sharif mosque.
Founded in 1723 and named after Peter the Great's wife, Empress Ekaterina, Yekaterinburg was one of Russia’s first industrial cities. Today it is the fourth-largest city in Russia. It is located at the border of Europe and Asia and is mostly known for the tragic events that took place soon after the October Revolution, on July 17, 1918, when Tsar Nicholas II, his wife Alexandra, and their children, Grand Duchesses Olga, Tatyana, Maria, Anastasia, and Tsarevich Alexey were murdered by the Bolsheviks at the Ipatiev House in this city.
Located in the southwesten part of Siberia on the banks of the Ob river, Novosibirsk was founded in 1893 at the future site of the Trans-Siberian Railway crossing of the Siberian River Ob. At that time it was named Novonikolayevsk in honor of Saint Nicholas and after the reigning Tsar Nicholas II. In 1907, with a population exceeding 47,000, it was granted town status with full rights for self-government. Throughout its history, Novosibirsk experienced steady economic growth thus becoming a modern city with a population of 1.5 million, the third largest city in Russia, mostly known for its advanced scientific research and technological center, Akademgorodok.
Spend the day onboard the luxurious "Imperial Train." Relax, read a book, chat with your fellow travelers and enjoy the breathtaking views through the window.
Founded in 1661 as a fortress on the distant Russian border, Irkutsk soon became a large merchant city; a gold mining and trading post with China. Before the revolution, Irkutsk was often referred to as the Saint-Petersburg of Siberia. During the tour you will get acquainted with many of the well preserved historical monuments: the railway station, Church of Our Savior, Epiphany Cathedral, Church of the Transfiguration, the reconstructed Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, wooden cottages and the so called "lace house," also known as the "House of Europe," the Decembrists house, beautiful streets of the city and the lively market hall.
The world’s largest freshwater lake, containing approximately 20% of the world's unfrozen surface fresh water, it is the deepest and the clearest of all lakes. Lake Baikal is the 7th largest lake in the world and is considered to be the world’s oldest lake dating back 25 million years.
The lake is completely surrounded by mountains, contains 27 islands and hosts over 1,700 species of plants and animals. The most amazing fact is that two thirds of all Lake Baikal's species are unique only to this lake and cannot be found anywhere else in the world.
Enjoy activities onboard
Enjoy activities onboard