Journey Name: The Classic Journey - Westbound (Vladivostok to Moscow)  |  Journey Duration: More than 10 days
 
Overview:
The Trans-Siberian Express takes a leisurely two weeks for the journey, making sure you get plenty of time to take in and enjoy this Voyage of a Lifetime. This epic 15-day journey spans two continents and seven time zones. Arguably the world’s greatest railway journey, the Trans-Siberian Railway runs from Moscow over the Urals, across the magnificent Russian steppes and alongside the shores of the world’s largest freshwater lake. There is simply no better way to see the vastness of Siberia—travel Vladivostok to Moscow or reverse. 
 
Train Departure Schedule :
2016
April - June
July - September
 
 
Journey Dates :

Vladivostok- Moscow (Westbound)

2016 & 2017 Tour Schedules

Month

Day

Month

Day

May 2016

May 18-Jun 1

May 2017

May 19- Jun 2

Jun 2016

Jun 18-Jul 2

Jun 2017

Jun 17-Jul 1

Aug 2016

Aug 8- Aug 22

Aug 2017

Aug 5- Aug 19

Sep 2016

Sep 4- Sep 18

Sep 2017

Sep 2- Sep 16

 
Places Covered:
Vladivostok, Ulaan Baatar, Ulan Ude, Lake Baikal, Irkutsk, Novosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Moscow
 
Day to Day Itinerary:


 
Price:
2016 Prices

Silver Class

Gold Class

Imperial Suite

Twin ($)

Single ($)

Twin ($)

Single ($)

Twin ($)

Single ($)

May 18 - Jun 1

15,895

23,495

19,595

28,695

30,995

On Request

Jun 18 - Jul 2

16,995

24,995

20,595

30,995

33,995

On Request

Aug 8 - Aug 22

16,995

24,995

20,595

30,995

33,995

On Request

Sep 4 - Sep 18

16,995

24,995

20,595

30,995

33,995

On Request

All prices shown above are per person

 
Inclusions:
  • 1 night in Vladivostok
  • 12 nights on board the train
  • 1 night in Moscow
  • All meals on board
  • Sightseeing in Moscow
  • Sightseing on the journey as mentioned
 
Exclusions:
  • Airfare
  • Visa Costs 
  • Optional off-train excursions
  • Drinks at the bar
  • Overseas Medical Insurance
  • Anything not specifically mentioned under "Inclusions"
  • Items of a personal nature
 
Notes – Remarks:

 
Terms and Conditions:

 
Route Map
 
  • Irkutsk, elegant home of the upper-class "Decembrist” revolutionaries exiled by Tsar Nicholas I in 1825
  • Grand Moscow's Red Square, the Kremlin and Kremlin museum, with its Imperial jewels and Fabergé eggs
  • All meals, fine wine with lunch and dinner, hotels, gratuities, off-train tours and arrival/departure transfers included
  • Stops at Yekaterinburg – where the Romanovs were executed – Kazan, with its beautiful Kremlin, the ‘Paris of Siberia’ at Irkutsk and Ulan Ude, capital of the Buryat Republic.
  • Stop at Lake Baikal, the largest freshwater lake in the world (weather permitting).
  • The chefs serve regional specialties such as borscht and omul—a fish unique to the waters of Lake Baikal