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2021 Moscow - Vladivostok Exploration + St. Petersburg
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2021 Moscow - Vladivostok Exploration + St. Petersburg
Small group tour
2 travelers
19 days
9 cities
3nights
St. Petersburg, Russia
Inspired by the grandeur of European architecture during his travels, Russia's legendary emperor, Peter the Great, laid the first bricks of what later became Russia's breathtaking second capital a little over 300 years ago. With an appearance untypical of Russia, to this day, grand cathedrals, ornate gardens, lush palaces and royal venues, designed by the greatest European architects of the time, line the many canals of the city, all resulting in the most romantic destination in Russia that's often called "The Venice of the North". No visit to St. Petersburg would be complete without time spent in the Peter and Paul Fortress, an exploration of the glorious Hermitage and Faberge museums, a climb up to the St. Isaac's Cathedral or a visit to the colorful Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. And for an even more spellbinding experience, make sure to save some time for the residences of the Russian Tsars, including stunning Peterhof and the brilliant Catherine's Palace....
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    Day 1: Arrival
    Welcome to St.-Petersburg - the Venice of the North! Upon arrival, you are met by your private driver, who transfers you to the hotel for the check-in.

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

    Day 2: Visiting the Hermitage Museum & Sightseeing Tour
    Following breakfast you meet your guide and driver in the hotel lobby and proceed to the legendary Hermitage Museum along the Nevsky Prospect and admire the Kazan Cathedral and the Admiralty building along the way.

    The Hermitage Museum houses its unique collection of world art, including the masterpieces of Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, El Greco, Francisco Goya and Thomas Gainsborough in the halls of the Winter Palace.

    You then visit the magnificent St. Isaac's Cathedral, which is known to be the second tallest Orthodox church in the world.

    After a break for lunch you go on an amazing panoramic city tour around the most cherished gems of St. Petersburg. You drive to the Arts Square and explore its beautiful ensemble including the Mikhailovsky Theater.

    You then drive along the Summer Garden and cross the Neva River before you have a chance to see the legendary Cruiser Aurora. Afterwards you visit the Peter and Paul Fortress - a burial place of almost all the Russian emperors and empresses from Peter the Great to Nicholas II and his family.

    Before returning to your hotel you see the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, which stands where Russia's great emperor Alexander II was mortally wounded.

    Day 3: Trip to Pushkin
    After breakfast you meet your guide in the hotel lobby and head with your driver to one of the gems of Russian palatial architecture - the brilliant Catherine's Palace which is located in Pushkin (Tsarskoye Selo) about an hour south from the center of St. Petersburg.

    This striking example of baroque architecture was once gifted by Peter the Great to his wife Catherine I. Later on it serviсed as summer residences to many Russian Emperors and empresses who contributed a lot into its development and further beautification.

    During the tour you walk through the lavish parks and gardens of this outstanding palace and enjoy its gorgeous interiors, including the replica of the world-renowned Amber Room.

    After the tour you return to your hotel in St. Petersburg and have the rest of the day free.

    Day 4: Trip to Peterhof & Train to Moscow
    It is impossible to imagine a trip to St. Petersburg without a visit to the famous Russian Versailles - the glorious Peterhof! Today following breakfast you check out and travel with your guide and driver to the outskirts of St. Petersburg to explore the former summer residence of Russian tsars. Your tour starts with an exciting hydrofoil ride from the city center to Peterhof.

    Upon arrival to Peterhof you visit the famous Bath Cottage, which offers a fascinating insight into everyday life of Russian court, take a walk in the beautiful Lower Park, lavishly adorned with 176 fountains of various forms and styles and numerous gilded statues of ancient gods and heroes, and explore the Grand Palace (from the outside).

    After the tour you return to the city and are transferred to the train station.

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    5-star Corinthia Nevsky Palace
    5-star hotel
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    4 days / 3 nights
    Why we chose this hotel
    The luxury hotel Corinthia is located on Nevsky Prospect, in the very ...
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    • Full Day Comprehensive City Tour with Hermitage
    • Trip to Pushkin with Entrances to the Catherine's Palace and Park
      Uncover the royal history of Catherine's Palace, situated in the breathtaking Pushkin. The lavish gardens and golden interiors will make you wish you were born in the 18th century.
    • Full Day Trip to Peterhof with Entrances to the Lower Park and Bath Cottage
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Connection | Saint Petersburg - Moscow
Standard Class Seat
Moskovskiy station
St. Petersburg, Russia
4 h
Leningradskiy station
Moscow, Russia
2nights
Moscow, Russia
Traveling to the capital of Russia? Make sure to leave extra time to really see all of the world-famous sights of Moscow, starting with St. Basil's Cathedral and Bolshoi Theater, to GUM - State Department Store, that once boasted 1200 different stores and continues to astonish travelers with its size, elegance, and opulent architecture. When visiting Moscow, make sure to pop up to Kremlin and see the remarkable red brick building that is the principal symbol of Russia....
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    Day 4: Arrival
    Welcome to the gorgeous capital of Russia - Moscow! Your driver meets you at the train station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

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

    Day 5: Exploring the Kremlin, Armoury Chamber & the Heart of Moscow
    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 in 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 return to your hotel and have a welcome meeting with the tour leader. The rest of the day is free.

    Day 6: Visiting the Tretyakov Gallery & Moscow Subway Ride
    In the morning you check out from your hotel, meet your guide and enjoy a 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 to board your private train car!

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    Marriott Courtyard Moscow
    4-star hotel
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    3 days / 2 nights
    Why we chose this hotel
    The 4-star hotel located on a charming 18th-century street is less tha...
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    • Russian Visa Processing Service
    • Walking Tour of the Kremlin, Armoury Chamber & the Heart of Moscow
    • Tretyakov Gallery, Subway Ride & Panoramic Tour
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    • Arrival Private Transfer Sedan
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Connection | Moscow - Yekaterinburg
1st Class Sleeper (Private Train Car)
Moscow
26 hrs
Yekaterinburg
1night
Yekaterinburg, Russia
Visiting Yekaterinburg? Allow yourself three days to thoroughly explore the fourth-largest city in Russia, also known as the “window to Assia”. The wonderful city is packed with must-see attractions, starting with the Church on Blood - a memorial for Russian emperor Nicholas II and his family to the striking architectural ensemble of the Rastorguev - Haritonov’s House. During your time in the city ensure to pay a visit to the renowned Europe-Asia monument where you can experience being at two places at once. Put one foot in Europe and the other in Asia - visit Yekaterinburg!...
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    Day 7: Arrival
    Upon arrival in Yekaterinburg, your driver meets you at the train station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for overnight.

    Day 8: Exploring the Highlights of Yekaterinburg
    After breakfast you meet your guide and enjoy a 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 House, admire Sevastyanov's House - the symbol of the city, 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.
    Your guide also takes you to 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.

    The day is crowned with a visit to Boris Yeltsin Center, a modern high tech complex where you explore the museum dedicated to the first Russian president and learn about the contemporary history of Russia starting with the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the period often described as “the wild 90s”.

    After the tour you return to the hotel and have some free time.

    In the evening you are transferred to the train station where you board your private train car and continue the Trans-Siberian journey. You spend the rest of the day and the following day on board the train enjoying the fantastic scenery from the window in the company of your fellow travelers.

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    Four Elements Ekaterinburg
    4-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    The modern 4-star hotel in Ekaterinburg is located right at the heart...
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    • City Tour & Last Days of Russian Imperial Family
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    • Arrival Private Transfer Minivan
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Connection | Yekaterinburg - Irkutsk
1st Class Sleeper (Private Train Car)
Yekaterinburg
53 hrs
Irkutsk
1day
Irkutsk, Russia
Discover another must-see of Russia - the Paris of Siberia - Irkutsk. After visiting Lake Baikal, spend at least couple days in the Russian heritage city, full of wooden houses with typical decorative carvings on the walls and window frames, the large city built earlier than other biggest cities in Russia. Make sure to see the real landmarks of the city - Volkonsky and Trubetskoy Houses, where the largest salons and social gatherings took place in the 19th century. Another important sights you should stop by are Irkutsk Philharmonic Orchestra and Sukachev Art Museum - one of the largest art galleries east of the Ural Mountains. ...
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    Day 11: Trip to Listvyanka Village
    In the morning you arrive in Irkutsk. Upon arrival, you are transferred right to the Lake Baikal shore and check in to your hotel.

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Connection | Irkutsk - Listvyanka
Private Transfer Minivan
Irkutsk Hotel / Station
Irkutsk, Russia
1 h
Listvyanka Hotel
Listvyanka, Russia
1night
Listvyanka, Russia
Are you dream to see the Lake Baikal? Listvyanka is located in one of the most picturesque places on Earth - the shores surrounding Lake Baikal. The village is truly remarkable with its wooden architecture, visible in all type of buildings from cabins, stores to even churches. The small village doesn’t lack in terms of tourist attractions, make sure to see the Baikal Limnological Museum with exposition dedicated to the lake and its history, flora, fauna and all other aspects regarding the largest freshwater lake in the world. Don’t miss a chance to see the marvelous St. Nicholay Church. ...
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    Day 11: Listvyanka Village Tour & Lake Baikal Cruise
    After some rest you enjoy a guided tour around Listvyanka Village. During the tour you visit the Baikal Limnological Museum and Aquarium that houses an interesting 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.

    After lunch at a local restaurant we invite you for an exclusive experience - a private 3-hour cruise on Lake Baikal. Together with the guide you board a ship that takes you to one of the first Baikal railroad stations. After you get ashore, you walk to the tunnels of the old railroad and take magnificent pictures. On the way back you relax on the open-air deck with a cup of hot Siberian tea and local candies, listening to the stories about the life of locals.

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

    Today you have a chance to attend a traditional Russian banya or sauna (at your choice) at the hotel.

    Additional meals: lunch

    Please note: chair-lift is not available on Monday

    Day 12: Trip to Taltsy Village
    After 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 a number of 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.

    Your next destination is Irkutsk.

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    Anastasia Hotel
    3-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    Perched right on the shore of the vast Lake Baikal by the promenade, t...
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    • Half Day Tour of Listvyanka
    • Half Day Trip to Taltsy Village
    • Private Baikal Cruise
    • Lunch in Listvyanka
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Connection | Listvyanka - Irkutsk
Private Transfer Minivan
Listvyanka Hotel
Listvyanka, Russia
1 h
Irkutsk Hotel / Station
Irkutsk, Russia
1night
Irkutsk, Russia
Discover another must-see of Russia - the Paris of Siberia - Irkutsk. After visiting Lake Baikal, spend at least couple days in the Russian heritage city, full of wooden houses with typical decorative carvings on the walls and window frames, the large city built earlier than other biggest cities in Russia. Make sure to see the real landmarks of the city - Volkonsky and Trubetskoy Houses, where the largest salons and social gatherings took place in the 19th century. Another important sights you should stop by are Irkutsk Philharmonic Orchestra and Sukachev Art Museum - one of the largest art galleries east of the Ural Mountains. ...
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    Day 12: Irkutsk City Tour
    Your arrive in Irkutsk for 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 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 centrally located hotel for check-in.

    Day 13: On Board the Train
    Following breakfast you check out from your Irkutsk hotel and are transferred to the train station to board your train and continue your journey.

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    Marriott Courtyard Irkutsk City Center
    4-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    Centrally located within walking distance of the Kirov square, Angara ...
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    • Half Day Private Guided Tour
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Connection | Irkutsk - Ulan Ude
1st Class Sleeper (Private Train Car)
Irkutsk
8 hrs
Ulan Ude
1night
Ulan Ude, Russia
Spend at least three days in the fascinating commercial and industrial center of Eastern Siberia and the capital of Republic of Buryatia. The wonderful city has a distinct Asian vibe and has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing. Start exploring the city with a visit to the Ulan-Ude Ethnographic Museum, where you can see over 11,000 exhibitions in the outdoor arena. Then make your way to Odigitrievsky Cathedral - a truly one-of-a-kind sight!...
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    Day 13: Arrival
    In the afternoon you arrive in
    Ulan Ude - the capital city of the Republic of Buryatia. Upon arrival, your guide meets you at the railway station and takes you to your centrally located hotel for check-in. The rest of the evening is free to continue exploring Ulan Ude on your own or to take rest before the next busy day.

    Day 14: Enjoying Ulan Ude
    Today after breakfast you check out, meet your guide and driver and 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 central Lenin Street abundant in former merchant houses, explore Soviet Square and admire at beautiful Odigitria Cathedral.

    You then head for 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.

    After the tour you return to Ulan Ude, have a break for lunch (lunch not included) and take a transfer to the train station.

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    Sagaan Morin Hotel
    4-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    Sagaan Morin is a new hotel that was built in 2009. The 16-storey Saga...
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    • Full Day Ivolginsky Buddhist Monastery & Ulan Ude Tour
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    • Arrival Private Transfer Minivan
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Connection | Ulan Ude - Khabarovsk
1st Class Sleeper (Private Train Car)
Ulan Ude
54 hrs
Khabarovsk
1night
Khabarovsk, Russia
Spend at least a couple of days in the second largest cities in Far East Russia. The city is situated on the confluence of two majestic rivers - Amur and the Ussuri, only 19 miles from the country’s border with China. Explore the city of parks, beaches, classic architecture by paying a visit to Khabarovsk Regional museum, which covers both cultural history and fauna of the city and surrounding areas. Make sure to pass by the famous Lenin Square. Don’t miss a chance to see fascinating Transfiguration Cathedral too! ...
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    Day 16: Arrival
    Late at night you arrive in Khabarovsk. Your driver meets you at the station and transfers you to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

    Day 17: Khabarovsk City Tour
    After breakfast you have free time to explore the city on your own or relax in your comfortable room. 

    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 return to the hotel and have some free time for dinner. In the evening you are transferred to the train station.

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    Khabarovsk City Boutique Hotel
    4-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    Located close to the picturesque embankment of the River Amur, the Bou...
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    • Half Day Private Tour with Transport
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    • Arrival Private Transfer Minivan
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Connection | Khabarovsk - Vladivostok
1st Class Sleeper (Private Train Car)
Khabarovsk
12 hrs
Vladivostok
1night
Vladivostok, Russia
The city also called “Russia’s San Francisco” is located around the Golden Horn Bay and will need three days of your time to really unravel its beauty. Once you are there, make sure to see the top sights of the city, starting with the Vladivostok Railway Station, where the famous Trans-Siberian railroad terminates. Then make your way to the Memorial Submarine S-56 Museum and don’t miss a chance to visit the Arseniev Museum, where you would discover all there is to know about the flora and fauna of the region. ...
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    Day 18: Vladivostok 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 enjoy an exciting sightseeing tour around the most interesting city attractions. You start with exploring the Vladivostok Railway Station that is the terminus of the Trans-Siberian railroad.

    You then drive across the Russky Bridge, the world's longest cable-stayed bridge, to reach Russky Island. An integral part of the 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. Beautiful panoramic view of the bridge opens from there.

    Next you drive to the Eagle's Nest observation point to get a magnificent bird’s-eye view over the city and Golden Horn Bay. The highlight of your tour is visit to Submarine S-56 which successfully fought against a fascist’s fleet during WWII.

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

    Day 19: Departure
    This is the final day of your Trans-Siberian train tour! Following breakfast you check out from the hotel and your guide transfers you to the airport for your flight back home. We wish you a safe flight and hope to work on your future trips!

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    Lotte Hotel Vladivostok
    5-star hotel
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    2 days / 1 night
    Why we chose this hotel
    This remarkable 5-star hotel is located the very center of Vladivostok...
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    • Half Day City Tour with Submarine Visit
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What’s included:
  • Accommodation at remarkable hotels in Saint-Petersburg, Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Listvyanka Village, Ulan Ude, Khabarovsk and Vladivostok;
  • 1st class private train car provided exclusively for our small group tour from Moscow to Vladivostok;
  • Economy class high-speed Sapsan train tickets from St. Petersburg to Moscow; 
  • Local experienced tour leader accompanying the group from Moscow to Vladivostok;
  • Full Russian visa processing service for US, Canadian, 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;
  • Minimum group size: 8 travelers; Maximum group size 17 travelers;
  • Rich sightseeing tours according to the itinerary with professional English-speaking guides;
  • Entrance tickets to Hermitage, St. Isaacs Cathedral, Peter&Paul Fortress, Catherine's Palace, Bath Cottage, Kremlin territory & Armoury Chamber, St. Basil's Cathedral, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow subway, Ganina Yama, Church on Blood, Boris Yeltsin Center, Baikal Limnological Museum and Aquarium, Taltsy Musem, Ivolginsky Datsan, Memorial Submarine S-56 Museum;
  • Ride on a chair-lift to the Baikal viewpoint;
  • 3-hour Lake Baikal cruise;
  • Support line during the trip.

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

Note: 

1. Hotels availability is subject to change. In case current hotels are booked out we will provide alternative hotels of an equal value for you. 

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

3. Departures are guaranteed with a minimum of 8 travelers. If a particular departure will not gather the minimum number of participants, the closest alternative departure dates or program will be offered. Confirmation of departure will be issued 4 months prior to the tour start date

4. 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.

5. Single travelers rate covers transfers and hotel accommodations for single occupancy. Please let us know if you would prefer to have single supplement for train cabin as well.

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