Trip Overview

Trans-Siberian Journey with Mongolia Extension

Tour rating: 4.87 / 5, Based on 50 Reviews
Private rail tour to Russia, Mongolia

Set forth on your 21-day journey along the Trans-Siberian railway! Start from dazzling Moscow, pass through the magnificent Ural Mountains to admire the grace of Lake Baikal, discover scenic Gorkhi-Terelj Park, and explore the capital cities of Mongolia and Buryatia before you unravel the beauty of "Russia's San Francisco", Vladivostok.

Trans-Siberian Journey with Mongolia Extension

21 days8 cities
RussiaMongolia2 countries
Private rail tour to Russia, Mongolia
From
$5,080
Tour rating: 4.87 / 5, Based on 50 Reviews

Set forth on your 21-day journey along the Trans-Siberian railway! Start from dazzling Moscow, pass through the magnificent Ural Mountains to admire the grace of Lake Baikal, discover scenic Gorkhi-Terelj Park, and explore the capital cities of Mongolia and Buryatia before you unravel the beauty of "Russia's San Francisco", Vladivostok.

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Day-By-Day
Moscow, Russia

Moscow

first destination

Where it all starts and ends in Russia. Some say there is no other capital in the world like Moscow. The cultural exhibitions and landmarks are endless while the buzzing tempo of this metropolis will take you for a ride.

3 days in the city
Detailed itinerary
3 nights in centrally located hotel
Day 1
Arrival in Moscow
Transfer
Transfer

Welcome to the legendary capital of Russia - Moscow! Upon arrival, your private driver transfers you to the hotel for check-in.

The rest of the day is free to relax in your cozy room, dine in one of the nearby restaurants or start exploring the amazing city center on your own.

  • Please note: due to the specific schedule of international trains, this tour starts every Wednesday and Saturday.

No meals included.

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Day 2
Exploring the Kremlin, Armoury Chamber & the Heart of Moscow
City tour
City tour

This day is dedicated to the exploration of one of the most outstanding Moscow icons - the Kremlin and the heart of Moscow - the Red Square.

Following breakfast, you meet your guide at the hotel lobby and walk to the Kremlin territory where you have a chance to explore the gems hidden behind the Kremlin walls such as the Cathedral Square and the Assumption and Annunciation cathedrals.

Then you visit the famous Armoury Chamber that houses a unique collection of crown jewels, stunning coronation finery, hand-forged armor and weapons, royal carriages and sleighs, and world-famous Fabergé eggs.

After a short break for coffee, you take a walk through the beautiful Red Square, go inside the colorful St. Basil's Cathedral and explore the famous GUM department store.

After the tour, you walk back to your hotel and have the rest of the day free.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 3
Tretyakov Gallery, Subway Ride & Panoramic Tour
City tour
City tour
Museum
Museum

This morning is free for you to continue exploring the vast Moscow city center on your own. In the afternoon you check out from your hotel, meet your guide and enjoy a guided tour of the world-famous treasure trove of the Russian fine art, the Tretyakov Gallery, where you have amazing time viewing the gems of its collection, including the famous masterpieces of Ivan Aivazovsky, Mikhail Vrubel, and Viktor Vasnetsov.

After the tour of the Tretyakov Gallery, you have a quick subway ride to explore the most beautiful stations of Moscow Subway, which is known to be one of the most beautiful and efficient metro systems in the world. Then you see the spectacular Cathedral of Christ the Savior and learn the story of its destruction and reconstruction.

Today you also have a chance to enjoy one of the best city views at Sparrow Hills and see the grand building of Moscow State University, the highest of seven Stalinist skyscrapers of Moscow. After the tour, you are transferred to the train station where you board your train and start your amazing journey across Eurasia!

Breakfast and a meal onboard are included.

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Courtyard by Marriott Moscow City Center, Moscow
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Set in the middle of the impressive 18th-century street in central Moscow, the Courtyard by Marriott is an amazing property and one of the best places to stay during your Russian getaway.

train
Moscow
Ekaterinburg
25 hrs 40 min

Board a local Russian train and enjoy the experience of crossing the Trans-Siberian railway as the locals do. Make your way from the iconic capital of Moscow to the Ural treasure - Ekaterinburg in 25 hours.

Ekaterinburg Sight Gallery

Ekaterinburg

second destination

Ekaterinburg is the capital of the Ural Mountain Region, full of cultural and architectural heritage for you to discover. This city is the place where the Russian royal family, the Romanovs, spent their last days.

2 nights in a centrally located hotel
Detailed itinerary
2 nights onboard a train
Day 4
On Board the Train
Transfer
Transfer
Nature views
Nature views

You spend this day on board the train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window. Upon arrival in Yekaterinburg, your driver meets you at the train station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for overnight. 

No meals included.

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Day 5
Exploring the Highlights of Ekaterinburg
City tour
City tour

After breakfast, you meet your guide and driver and enjoy a guided sightseeing tour around the most remarkable city landmarks.

During the tour, you take a walk through the historical city center, visit Ural Craftsman Lane where you can buy some traditional hand-made souvenirs, see the magnificent architectural ensemble of the Rastorguev - Haritonov’s House and take a trip to the famous Europe-Asia monument where you can happily experience being at two places at once putting one foot in Europe and the other in Asia.

The second part of your tour is dedicated to the last days of the Russian Imperial Family. You visit the Church on Blood built on the site of the notorious Ipatiev House, where the last Russian Emperor, Nicolas II, and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks in 1918.

The last stop for today is the first burial place of the tsar’s family - the Monastery Complex “Ganina Yama” that now consists of seven chapels - one for each member of the royal family.

As a highlight, you also visit the observation platform of Vysotsky hotel, one of the highest constructions in Ekaterinburg where you enjoy the breathtaking views of the city.

  • Note: you may choose to visit Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center instead of the Vysotsky observation platform and explore the museum dedicated to the first Russian president and contemporary history of the region (please confirm all the changes with your destination specialist at the time of booking). The museum is closed on Monday.

After the tour, you return to your hotel and have the rest of the evening free.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 6
On Board the Train
Transfer
Transfer

Today you check out from the hotel in Ekaterinburg very early in the morning. You are transferred to the railway station to board the train to Irkutsk to continue your Trans-Siberian journey.

You spend this day on board the train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window.

Breakfast box and a meal onboard are included.

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Day 7
On Board the Train
Transfer
Transfer

You spend this day on board your train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window.

No meals included.

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Four Elements Hotel, Ekaterinburg
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The Four Elements Hotel is an ideal place to stay and relax during your Ekaterinburg trip. Situated right in the historic center of the city, the hotel offers spacious rooms equipped with comfortable Suite Dreams beds, ergonomic desks, 37-inch TVs, air conditioning, and free Wi-Fi.

train
Ekaterinburg
Irkutsk
2 days 4 hrs

Continue your Trans-Siberian adventure spending the next two days onboard Russian train. Leave Ekaterinburg behind and explore the Lake Baikal region in a couple of days.

Listvyanka Village, Russia

Listvyanka Village

third destination

Located nearby Lake Baikal, the village of Listvyanka is surrounded by green mountains and lush nature, adding up to one truly picturesque landscape. It is a highlight stop during Trans-Siberian adventures.

1 day in the city
Detailed itinerary
1 night in a centrally located
Day 8
Listvyanka Village Tour & Baikal Museum
Day tour
Day tour
Museum
Museum

Early in the morning, you arrive in Irkutsk, informally known as "Paris of Siberia" for its rich architecture and colorful life. Upon arrival, you are transferred right to the Lake Baikal shore and check in to your hotel.

After some rest, you enjoy a guided tour around Listvyanka Village. During the trip, you visit the Baikal Limnological Museum and Aquarium that houses an impressive display of the unique flora and fauna of the lake.

Then you take a chair-lift to the nearby viewpoint to take some magnificent panoramic pictures of Baikal, view the Chersky Rock and visit the 19th century wooden St. Nicolas church and spend some time at a local fish market where you see a great variety of fish and different ways of cooking it.

  • Note: chair-lift is not available on Monday

After the tour, you return to your hotel and have the rest of the day free.

Breakfast is included.

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Anastasia Hotel, Listvyanka
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Set near the breathtaking Lake Baikal, the Anastasia Hotel is a great place to stay at during your Siberia getaway. It offers spacious cozy rooms, fitted with cable TVs and private bathrooms. Some rooms have balconies, perfect to take in the incredible beauty of the local nature.

car
Listvyanka Village
Irkutsk
1 hr 10 min

You have a short car ride with a trusted driver ahead of you today. Buckle up, and enjoy the beautiful views on your way to Irkutsk.

Irkutsk, Russia

Irkutsk

fourth destination

The cold Siberian city Irkutsk is known as the city from which Russia's great explorers set off for their expeditions. Located about 70 kilometers from Lake Baikal not far from China and Mongolia, Irkutsk Russia of today is among the region's largest towns.

1 night in a centrally located hotel
Detailed itinerary
1 night onboard a train
Day 9
Trip to Taltsy Village & Irkutsk City Tour
Day tour
Day tour

Following breakfast, you check out from your hotel and say "Good-bye" to Lake Baikal! Your guide and driver take you on a trip to the open-air museum of wooden architecture located in Taltsy Village.

This reconstructed Siberian village consists of many buildings that were threatened with flooding when the Irkutsk Dam was constructed on the Angara River. All the buildings at the Taltsy museum were rescued from the rising waters and brought here to serve as models of Irkutsk regional architecture.

After the tour around the village, your driver takes you to the city of Irkutsk. Upon arrival, you have a guided tour around the most remarkable city's attractions. 

You first walk along Angara River embankment - the most popular meeting place among the locals - to an eternal flame and the monument to explorer Yakov Pohabov, the founder of the city. You proceed to the only Catholic Cathedral in Irkutsk, the beautiful Polish Roman Church, located in the historical part of Irkutsk. 

You are then driven to one of the main monasteries in Siberia  - Sign Monastery is also known as the Znamensky Monastery. You also explore the Kazan Church, which with its Byzantine-style decorations looks like a fairy tower, and Block 130, the historical zone with many colorful wooden houses and buildings constructed in the 17th century.

After the tour, you are transferred to a centrally located hotel, and the rest of the day is free for you to explore the city on your own.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 10
On Board the Train

Following breakfast, you check out from your hotel and your driver transfers you to the train station where you board a train that takes you to the next destination of your Trans-Siberian tour - Ulan Bator.

You spend this day on board your train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window.

The breakfast box is included.

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Marriott Courtyard Irkutsk City Center, Irkutsk
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Set near the embankment, the elegant Marriott Courtyard is a great property, offering spacious air-conditioned rooms, equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay, including such amenities as a mini-fridge, tea/coffee making facilities, and a safe.

train
Irkutsk
Ulan Bator
22 hrs 40 min

It's time to board your train again and continue your journey along the Trans-Siberian route. Wave Irkutsk goodbye and discover the capital of Mongolia, after a change to the Trans-Mongolian Railway.

Ulan Bator, Mongolia

Ulan Bator

fifth destination

Ulan Bator is the capital and largest city of Mongolia, this extraordinary Silk Road town has rich multi-ethnic history.

2 nights in a hotel / 1 night in a ger camp
Detailed itinerary
1 night onboard a train
Day 11
Visiting the Gandan Monastery & Trip to Gorkhi-Terelji National Park
Day tour
Day tour

In the morning you arrive in the capital of Mongolia - Ulan Bator. Your driver meets you at the train station and takes you to your hotel to freshen up and have breakfast.

Later you meet your guide and explore the legendary Mongolian Buddhist Gandan Monastery in Ulan Bator. You then depart from the capital and in about 1.5 hours arrive at the camp and enjoy traditional lunch.

Later you take the tour of the picturesque Gorkhi-Terelji National Park and visit its most popular attractions, including the famous Turtle Rock and the Aryabal Temple located on a steep hill. At the entrance to the temple’s grounds, there is a long walking path leading to the set of 108 steep stairs that symbolize the elephant’s elongated trunk. You can rise to the temple and enjoy the magnificent view of surrounding valleys.

In the evening you enjoy dinner at the camp. You spend this night in a traditional Mongolian yurt.

Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included.

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Day 12
Meeting a Nomadic Family & Exploring the Genghis Khan Statue
Day tour
Day tour

Following breakfast, at the ger camp, you meet your guide and start the day with a visit to a nomadic family to learn more about their culture, authentic lifestyle and traditions. 

You continue to the banks of the Tuul River where an iconic 40-meters tall equestrian statue of Genghis Khan is located. During the tour, you explore the interiors of the statue, see a replica of Genghis Khan’s legendary golden whip and walk through the chest and neck of the statue's horse up to its head. At the top, you enjoy an excellent view of the complex area and the surrounding scenery.

After a break for lunch, you make your way to the famous Zaisan Hill which offers the best panorama of Ulan Bator and then to the cashmere factory where you learn how raw materials are being transformed into a thread and then into clothing.

Later you are transferred to your hotel in Ulan Bator and have the rest of the day free.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 13
City Tour & Folk Show in Ulan Bator
City tour
City tour
Museum
Museum
Show
Show

After breakfast, you meet your guide at the hotel lobby and go on a walking city tour around the most exciting attractions of Ulan Bator. 

During the tour, you visit the National Museum of Mongolia, one of the leading museums in the whole country and the one which is responsible for preserving Mongolian cultural heritage. You also stroll along the main streets of the city, see the Parlament house and walk through the central Sukhbaatar Square formerly known as Genghis Khan Square.

After the tour, you return to the hotel to take some rest or continue exploring the city center on your own. In the evening you attend an amazing Mongolian folk show at the State National Song and Dance Academic Ensemble of Mongolia (transfers are included). After the show the rest of the evening is free.

  • Note: Folk show in Ulan Bator is available from the middle of May to the beginning of October.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 14
Departure from Ulan Bator
Transfer
Transfer

In the afternoon you check out from your hotel in Ulan Bator. Your private driver takes you to the main railway station and you depart from Mongolia to the spectacular city of Ulan Ude, Russia. You spend the night onboard the train.

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Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel, Ulan Bator
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Set right in the city center near the unique State Government House, Sukhbaatar Square, and the National Museum of Mongolian History, the luxurious Best Western Premier Tuushin Hotel offers excellent service and everything you need for a memorable stay in Ulan Bator.

train
Ulan Bator
Ulan-Ude
14 hrs 30 min

Today you have a long rail journey ahead of you. Prepare to spend 14 hours on a regular comfortable train taking you from Ulan Ubator to Ulan-Ude.

Ulan-Ude, Russia Gallery

Ulan-Ude

sixth destination

Ulan-Ude is the enchanting capital of the Republic of Buryatia. This unique gorgeous city standing on the crossroads of Russia, China and Mongolia. The city grew as a large trade center and was an important point on the Silk Road route.

1 night in a centrally located hotel
Detailed itinerary
2 nights onboard a train
Day 15
Enjoying Ulan Ude
City tour
City tour

Your train arrives in Ulan Ude early in the morning. Your private driver meets you at the train station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel, where you check-in, have breakfast and some rest before the city tour starts.

In the afternoon you meet your guide and driver and head for the Ivolginsky Buddhist monastery complex, considered as the center of Buddhism in Russia. Located 40 km from Ulan-Ude in the picturesque valley of the Ivolga River, the complex is home to the Buddhist institute Dashi Choinkhorlin, translated from Tibetan as “the land of happy learning”. Here monks, the future lamas, study oriental and Tibetan culture, medicine, Old Mongolian and Tibetan languages and philosophy of Buddhism. During the tour you make a sacred circle (“goroo”) around the territory, enter the temples, see the altar with many golden statues of Buddha, Buddhist stupas, Buddhist books, tankas, and even the sacred Bodhi tree.

Upon return to the city, you take a tour around the most interesting city landmarks. You enjoy the views from Rinpoche Bagsha Datsan rising high above the city (if time and weather conditions allow), see the world’s largest head statue of Lenin, take a walk at Lenin Street abundant in former merchant houses, explore Soviet Square and admire at beautiful Odigitria Cathedral.

After the tour, you return to your Ulan Ude hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 16
On Board the Train
Transfer
Transfer

Following breakfast, you check out from your hotel and have some free time before a private transfer to the railway station where you take the train heading to the capital of Russian Far East, Khabarovsk.

You spend the rest of the day on board the train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window. 

Breakfast is included.

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Day 17
On Board the Train
Transfer
Transfer

You spend this day on board your train enjoying fantastic scenery passing by your window.

No meals included.

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Sagaan Morin Hotel, Ulan-Ude
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Combining style and comfort, the Sagaan Morin Hotel is one of the tallest buildings in the city and among the best places to stay during your Ulan-Ude visit. The hotel offers comfortable guestrooms, providing everything you need for a great stay.

train
Ulan-Ude
Khabarovsk
2 days 8 hrs

Another long train journey ahead of you today. Board your train and head towards the Russian Far East, prepare to be stunned by the wild nature and mountainous landscapes.

Khabarovsk, Russia Gallery

Khabarovsk

seventh destination

One of the largest cities of Russia's Far East, hospitable Khabarovsk is an unmissable destination in any Trans-Siberian tour. Located on the banks of the Amur River, not far from the Chinese border, the city tangibly experiences the influence of the eastern neighbors yet preserving its own charm.

1 night in a centrally located hotel
Detailed itinerary
1 night onboard a train
Day 18
Arrival in Khabarovsk & Free Evening
Transfer
Transfer

Today your train arrives in the beautiful city of Khabarovsk. Your driver meets you at the railway station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

The rest of the day is at your own leisure to relax after a long trip.

No meals included.

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Day 19
Khabarovsk City Tour
City tour
City tour

After breakfast, you have free time to explore the city on your own or relax in your comfortable room. In the afternoon you check out and have free time for lunch.

Following lunch, you meet your private guide and driver in the hotel lobby and set off on a tour of Khabarovsk. You start sightseeing from the Monument to Nikolay Muravyov-Amursky, a Russian general, statesman, and diplomat. Continue to Amur Cliff which offers exciting views on the Amur River and hills. The river had a special historical significance as a route much used by the Russians when exploring and opening up eastern Russia. Nowadays it forms a part of the Chinese–Russian border.

You then make a riverside walk along picturesque Nevelsky Embankment, witness the Spaso-Transfiguration Cathedral, the third tallest church in Russia, and see the eternal flame memorial.

Finally, you ride across Khabarovsk Bridge. The railway bridge over the Amur River is the longest, at 1.6 km (5,250 ft), on the Trans Siberian Railway. The bridge, as well as Muravyov-Amursky Monument, is famous for being depicted on a 5000-ruble banknote.

After the tour, you have free time for dinner. In the evening you are transferred to the train station where you board the train that takes you to Vladivostok.

Breakfast and meal onboard are included.

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Boutique Hotel Khabarovsk City, Khabarovsk
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The impressive Boutique Hotel is a great property that boasts a top location close to the embankment of the scenic River Amur. The hotel combines comfort and style, offers great service and cozy guestrooms, fitted with everything you need for a relaxing stay.

train
Khabarovsk
Vladivostok
11 hrs 30 min

Are you ready to board your train for the final time on Trans-Siberian journey? Prepare to wave Khabarovsk goodbye and arrive at your last stop along the famous railway - city of Vladivostok.

Vladivostok, Russia Gallery

Vladivostok

eighth destination

Significant for its location as a commercial port, Vladivostok is also noteworthy for its sceneries and landmarks. Situated along the coastline lays one of the most renowned sites on the Vladivostok tour, the Golden Horn Bay with an imposing Zolotoy (Golden) Bridge nearby.

2 days in the city
Detailed itinerary
1 night in a centrally located hotel
Day 20
Vladivostok City Tour
City tour
City tour

After traveling through 8 time zones and covering around 6,600 miles (10,600 km) along the epic Trans-Siberian route, early in the morning, your train finally arrives in Vladivostok, one of the most significant Russian ports located on the western shores of the Sea of Japan.

Upon arrival, you meet your guide at the train station and embark on an exciting sightseeing tour around the most interesting city attractions. Your first stop for today is the Eagle's Nest observation point where you enjoy the breathtaking bird's-eye views over the city and Golden Horn Bay.

You then drive across the Russky Bridge, the world's longest cable-stayed bridge, to reach Russky Island. An integral part of Vladivostok's history, the island attracts numerous tourists with charming Primorye nature, dozens of picturesque bays, majestic coastal rocks, and a number of unique military fortifications. While being on the island, you have a great chance to visit one of them - "Novosiltsevskaya battery" fortification. A beautiful panoramic view of the bridge opens from there.

Afterward, you get to visit the legendary Submarine S-56 which successfully fought against a fascist’s fleet during WWII. Your today's journey ends with an exploration of the Vladivostok Railway Station that serves as the terminus of the Trans-Siberian railroad.

After the tour, you are transferred to your hotel for check-in and have the rest of the day free to explore the city on your own.

Breakfast is included.

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Day 21
Departure from Vladivostok
Transfer
Transfer

This is the final day of your Trans-Siberian train tour! Following breakfast, you check out from the hotel and your driver transfers you to the airport for your flight back home. We wish you a safe flight and hope to work on your future trips!

Breakfast is included.

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Lotte Hotel, Vladivostok
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Set right in the heart of the beautiful city of Vladivostok, the Lotte Hotel is a great place to stay during your Russian vacation. All rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi, satellite TVs, and minibars.

What's Included

What's Included

  • Accommodation at remarkable hotels in Moscow, Ekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Listvyanka Village, Ulan-Ude, Khabarovsk, and Ulan Bator;
  • Overnight at a traditional Mongolian ger camp;
  • 1st or 2nd class tickets for Moscow - Yekaterinburg, Yekaterinburg - Irkutsk, Irkutsk - Ulan Bator, Ulan Bator - Ulan-Ude, Ulan-Ude - Khabarovsk, and Khabarovsk - Vladivostok trains;
  • Full Russian visa processing service for US and Canadian citizens (Mongolian visa is not required). Full Russian and Mongolian visa processing service for Australian and New Zealand citizens. Visa support service (invitation) for customers from all other countries;
  • Airport transfers with private drivers and all transportation according to the itinerary;
  • Breakfasts at the hotels;
  • Other meals according to the itinerary;
  • Rich sightseeing tours according to the itinerary with professional English-speaking guides;
  • Entrance tickets to Kremlin territory & Armoury Chamber, St. Basil's Cathedral, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow subway, Ganina Yama, Baikal Limnological Museum and Aquarium, Taltsy Musem, Aryabal Temple and National Museum of Mongolia, Ivolginsky Datsan, Memorial Submarine S-56 Museum;
  • Ride on a chair-lift to the Baikal viewpoint;
  • Folk show in Ulan Bator;
  • Support line during the trip.

Note: Hotel's availability is subject to change. In case current hotels are booked out we will provide alternative hotels of an equal value for you.

Note: Due to specific travel arrangements and train departure times depending on the schedules of Russian and Mongolian Railways, the itinerary may be subject to change.

Note: We include 1 vehicle for your arrival and departure transfers. If multiple vehicles are required additional transfer costs will apply.

Note: For the 1st class package: if we are not able to get 1st class train tickets, a whole 2nd class compartment (4 berths for 2 people's use) will be booked instead.​

Not included: international flights, multiple arrival/departure transfers, other meals not mentioned in the program, optional tours and services, all personal expenses.

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Tour Highlights

  • Fully tailor-made program according to your interest;
  • Your own professional local guides and drivers;
  • Private transfera throughout the program;
  • Full flexibility of hotel options;
  • Unique chance to stand on 2 continents at the same time during a trip to the famous Europe-Asia monument;
  • A taste of the traditional Mongolian nomadic way of life at the ger camp;
  • Grandeur and beauty of 'Sacred Sea of Siberia', the famous lake Baikal, that you have a chance to witness;
  • Comprehensive sightseeing journey across 2 continents along the major part of the Trans-Mongolian railway from Moscow to Vladivostok.

What To Know

  • You should bring a few hundred dollars with you on the trip to pay for food as trains do not have ATM machines
  • Usual tip size in restaurants is 10% of the check. Recommended tips for guides and drivers is $8-12 per day for a great level of service
  • Bringing a water-resistant jacket, umbrella, and some warm clothes is a must
  • Russian climates are unpredictable and weather can be quite harsh even during summers
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