Trans-Siberian Adventure

Bucket List | Dec 15 | 2019 | No Comment

Trans-Siberian Adventure

September 10 – 27, 2020

The Tsar’s Gold Train: Moscow to Beijing

A string of steel over 9,000 kilometres long connects Moscow with the furthest reaches of the Asian continent. Embark on a journey along the world´s longest railway – The Trans-Siberian. It passes from the undulating hills of the western Russia through the Ural Mountains which separate Europe from Asia into the vast boreal forests of Siberia. This once-in-a-lifetime journey passes through seven time zones and recalls the history of the building of a vast nation.

• Journey with guaranteed lodging in the booked category aboard the Tsar’s Gold between Moscow and Erlian
• Accommodation in a 2- or 4-bed compartment in a chartered Chinese train between Erlian and Beijing
• Experienced local tour guides
• All transfers / bus trips according to itinerary
• All excursions and sightseeing according to itinerary including all entry fees (except optional tours)
• Meals onboard include water and tea/coffee
• Porter service at all railway stations
• Vodka tasting with traditional Russian snacks
• Informational talks on the Trans-Siberian Railway, regional geography, culture, and history of the countries along the route
• A physician on board the train (Moscow – Chinese border)
• Shower facilities on board
• 2 nights hotel accommodation in Moscow with daily breakfast and porterage
• 1 night hotel accommodation in Irkutsk with breakfast
• 1 night hotel accommodation in Ulan Bator with breakfast
• 3 nights hotel accommodation in Beijing with daily breakfast

• Roundtrip international airfare and air taxes for om Toronto – Moscow, and return Beijing – Toronto.
• All gratuities for train conductor and crew, and for local guides and drivers for included land and train excursions
• Chinese Visa fee to obtain visa prior to departure
• Russian Visa fee to obtain visa prior to departure
• Meals not included in the itinerary
• Optional travel, health, accident or other insurance

Click here to see brochure with detailed itinerary.