PER PERSON :
$ 4,625.00 (Cat. I (Standard))
$ 5,440.00 (Cat. I (Standard) Single supplement )
$ 5,990.00 (Cat. I (Standard) Supplement for use of the compartment by 3 persons)
$ 7,115.00 (Cat. II (Classic))
$ 9,315.00 (Cat. II (Classic) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$ 7,540.00 (Cat. II (Superior))
$10,100.00 (Cat. II (Superior) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$10,150.00 (Cat. III (Nostalgic))
$14,940.00 (Cat. III (Nostalgic) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$13,840.00 (Cat. IV (Bolshoi))
$20,590.00 (Cat. IV (Bolshoi) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$16,390.00 (Cat. V (Bolshoi Platinum))
$24,325.00 (Cat. V (Bolshoi Platinum) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
12 Jun - 18 Sep
$ 4,850.00 (Cat. I (Standard))
$ 5,665.00 (Cat. I (Standard) Single supplement )
$ 6,215.00 (Cat. I (Standard) Supplement for use of the compartment by 3 persons)
$ 7,340.00 (Cat. II (Classic))
$ 9,540.00 (Cat. II (Classic) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$ 7,765.00 (Cat. II (Superior))
$10,325.00 (Cat. II (Superior) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$10,375.00 (Cat. III (Nostalgic))
$15,165.00 (Cat. III (Nostalgic) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$14,065.00 (Cat. IV (Bolshoi))
$20,815.00 (Cat. IV (Bolshoi) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
$16,615.00 (Cat. V (Bolshoi Platinum))
$24,550.00 (Cat. V (Bolshoi Platinum) Single use supplement in compartment + hotel)
Accomodations in 4+ to 5* centrally located hotels:
Ulan Bator - 2 nights - Ramada Hotel
Irkutsk - 1 night - Hotel Irkutsk
Moscow - 1 night - InterContinental Tverskaya/Radisson Royal Ukraina
Optional evening performance in Ulan Bator (Day 2): tickets are € 14/ $ 15 (to be paid on site)
Optional overnight in a yurt in the Mongolian Alps (Day 2): supplement of € 35 / $ 40 (upon request, please let us know upon booking)
Upon arrival transfer to your hotel in Ulan Bator. Free afternoon and evening.
After breakfast you will meet the main group. During your city tour you see the impressive Gandan Buddhist Monastery and the odd Choijin Lama Temple, among other things. In the evening you have the unique change to attend a performance of traditional Mongolian folk arts, including throat singing, horse-headed fiddle playing, national costumes, and dances (tickets are € 14/ $ 15, to be paid on site).
Overnight: Ulan Bator (BLD)
Today we will visit the Buddhist Gandan Monastery and explore the so called “Mongolian Alps”- a mountainous area with stunning rock formations located about 90 minutes east of Ulan Bator. We will visit an open-air railroad museum and enjoy a picnic lunch in a Mongolian yurt followed by a demonstration of Mongolian horsemanship and the traditional wrestling match.
Overnight on board (B, L, D)
Say good bye to Mongolian steppes as the train continues its journey through the valley of the largest Mongolian river Selenga. Starting from Ulan Ude your train is on the main route of the Transsiberian Railroad. Here you can stroll through the city streets or join the guided tour of the city. (B, L, D)
Today is spent exploring the remarkable natural phenomenon of Lake Baikal, the largest reservoir of freshwater in the world. In the morning your train travels directly alongside Lake Baikal, on the old route of the Trans-Siberian Railway. During two extended photo-stops, you have a chance to explore and record the scenic beauty of the lake and its setting. A short boat excursion from Port Baikal takes you out onto the lake. Take a swim in the lake, if you wish, and visit a picturesque Baikal village. Dinner is a Baikal-style picnic on the lakeshore with a view of the incredible natural surroundings (weather permitting).
Overnight on board. (BLD)
We will arrive in Irkutsk in the morning and check into a centrally located hotel. You can leave your luggage on the train and take an overnight bag with you. City tour of Irkutsk includes the lively market hall, the Okhlopkov Drama Theatre and a new memorial to Tsar Alexander III. Around noon you visit an open-air museum exposing the Siberian life in the old days. Overnight at the hotel in Irkutsk. (B, L, D)
After breakfast, as the train continues eastward enjoy the landscapes of Eastern Siberia with its crystal-clear rivers, mountains, and lush green slopes. On board of the train Entertaining lecture about Siberia will be offered onboard. A social get-together complete with caviar and vodka is a great way to experience Russian hospitality. (B, L, D)
Our next stop is Novosibirsk, Siberia’s largest city. We are greeted in the traditional Russian way with bread, salt and balalaika music. Your city tour includes the main landmarks, the Transsiberian monument and the mighty Ob River. After dinner, the train continues its ride westwards. (B, L, D)
Your train stops in the afternoon in Yekaterinburg, the capital of the Ural Federal District. The city is known as the place where the Russian tsar Nicholas II and his family were murdered in 1918. During a tour you see the Cathedral of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood, which was built in 2003 to commemorate that tragic historic event, and the city centre attractively restored in 2009. Also, Yekaterinburg is the frontier between the European and the Asian continent, we visit the obelisque monument which serves as a reminder of this fact. Back on board, you enjoy views of the Urals landscape and indulge yourself in the dining car. Your private train is already rolling across the European continent.
Overnight on board. (BLD)
After breakfast you arrive in Kazan, the old Tatar capital on the banks of the Volga River. You will learn the life of Tatars, Cossacks, and Russians during a guided tour of the Kremlin. Afterwards you enjoy a boat ride and have lunch on the Volga. The evening offers you one last chance to enjoy the onboard restaurant. (B, L, D)
Before noon you arrive in Russia’s capital. Moscow is one of the world’s richest and most dynamic cities. After the long train ride, your first class hotel offers comfort and convenience. After check-in we will take you on a city tour of Moscow. The first stop will be at the Kremlin with its glorious cathedrals. After dinner enjoy a magical evening trip through the city with a stop at the Red Square. Moscow Metro ride and visit of two beautiful old metro stations. (B, L, D)
After breakfast at your hotel we go on a guided tour of Moscow to see the reconstructed Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow University, the Novodevichiy Monastery, and the Red Square with its colorful St. Basil’s Cathedral, but also the notorious former KGB headquarters and the White House. Bid your fantastic Transsiberian tour farewell before your transfer to the airport. (B)
We regret that due to the intricate logistics of this tour, itinerary changes are sometimes unavoidable.
This journey is generally not for guests with limited mobility or who depend on CPAP machines. Please contact us for more information about your specific requirements before booking.
Minimum number of tour participants: 120
Travel documents and vaccinations:
Passport and visas required
No vaccinations are prescribed