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15 Days 14 Hotel Nights

Day 1 | Arrive Beijing

Arrive at Beijing. Late enjoy city tour of Beijing showcasing many of the colourful facets of this large metropolitan city. The highlights are certainly the Temple of Heaven and history-laden Tiananmen Square, two of the city’s most famous sights, but it also includes recent achievements in the area of contemporary architecture, such as the new “Bird’s Nest” Olympic stadium, and several of Beijing’s futuristic skyscrapers.

Day 2 | Beijing

Today you visit the Great Wall, the eighth wonder of the world. The giant wall extends for more than 6000 km through the countryside. On the way you visit the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Ming Tombs and the Spirit Way. In the evening you dine on the well-known delicacy of Peking Duck.

Day 3 | Beijing – Mongolia – On Board

For centuries, the gates to the Forbidden City were closed to the public. Today you have the morning to view its awe-inspiring halls and mysterious temples. In the evening get on board for your rail journey,depart for Mongolia aboard a chartered Chinese train. Overnight on board

Day 4 | Crossing the Gobi Desert – On Board

Around noon you reach the Chinese-Mongolian border, where you transfer to the Tsar’s Gold private train. The change of trains is necessary because of the different track gauges in the two countries. In the growing city of Erlian, you have some time to explore the colourful local market, before your Russian train sets off towards Mongolia. After crossing sections of the legendary GobiDesert, the train travels through the vast green steppes of Mongolia. Overnight on board

Day 5 | Ulan Bator

Witness the spectacular scenery of Mongolia as you arrive at Ulan Bator, the capital of Mongolia. You can leave your large luggage securely in your compartment and proceed to enjoy city tour. In the tour you see the odd Choijin Lama Temple, among other things. In evening enjoy traditional Mongolian folk singing & dance performance including throat singing, horse – headed fiddle playing, national costumes and dances.

Day 6 | Ulan Bator – On Board

After breakfast you visit the Gandan Monastery, where it is possible to observe a Buddhist religious ceremony. Later proceed to Mongolian Alps, located some 90 minutes east of Ulan Bator, with their majestic scenery and bizarre rock formations. After a picnic lunch in a yurt camp, enjoy watching small Mongolian horse-riding demonstration and a traditional wrestling match. Overnight on board.

Day 7 | Ulan Ude – On Board

Today you say good bye to Mongolian land as you travel through the valley of Mongolia’s largest river the Selenga on the way to Ulan Ude, where your train reaches the main route of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Here you take an informative city tour of Ulan Ude. Overnight on board

Day 8 | Lake Baikal – On Board

Today is spent exploring the remarkable natural phenomenon of LakeBaikal, the largest reservoir of freshwater in the world. In the morning your train travels directly alongside LakeBaikal, 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

Day 9 | Irkutsk

In the morning, you arrive in Irkutsk, the capital of Eastern Siberia in tsarist times. Proceed to hotel. Later enjoy city orientation tour which includes Okhlopkov Drama Theatre, the new memorial to Tsar Alexander III, and the photogenic market hall. Visit an open-air museum with a focus on life and work in historical Siberia.

Notes : Note on Web: Keep your heavy luggage safely on the train. Pack a separate handbag for Irkutsk stay

Day 10 | Trans – Siberia – On Board

After breakfast your train passes through the diverse landscapes of eastern Siberia. Talks on board inform you about the region and a vodka tasting with typical Russian snacks and red caviar is an opportunity to experience first-hand the Russian festive customs of hospitality and clever toasts. Overnight on board

Day 11 | Novosibirsk – On Board

Around noon, your train arrives in Novosibirsk, the largest city in Siberia. You are greeted with bread and salt in the customary Russian manner and taken on a tour of this most Soviet of cities along your entire route, including the chance to see the mighty Ob River. Small City tour, with possibility to see the market and the opera house. Overnight on board.

Day 12 | Yekaterinburg – On Board

Arrive at Yekaterinburg by afternoon, 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

Day 13 | Kazan – On Board

Morning arrive at Kazan, the Tatar capital on the banks of the Volga. On your city tour you see Tatar mosques and the most famous Russian Orthodox cathedral. You also take a tour of Kazan’s Kremlin, where you learn about the turbulent history of the relationship between the Tatars, the Cossacks, and the Russians. Overnight on board.

Day 14 | Moscow

Arrive in Moscow – The capital city of Russia, now a thriving, prosperous city, Later visit the Kremlin grounds with its magnificent cathedral. Several of the building interiors can also be viewed. After dinner, discover the city’s magic during an hour-long “City of Lights” tour, including a stop at Red Square, and a ride on the underground to view two of Moscow’s particularly beautiful metro stations.

Day 15 | Moscow Departure

Proceed to enjoy tour of the city which takes you to the reconstructed Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, LomonossovUniversity, the New Maidens’ Convent (Novodevichy Monastery), and Red Square with its colourful St. Basil’s Cathedral, as well as to the notorious former KGB headquarters and the White House. Then, proceed to board a flight to your Hometown. Tour Concludes.

Our Speciality:

  • Caring Tour Leader Throughout the tour. 

Reporting & Dropping for Joining & Leaving Guests:

  • DAY 1 : At the Airport/Hotel/Sight seeing place. (Please re-confirm with our tour consultant 8 days prior to the tour)
  • DAY  15: Tour concludes at the Hotel/ Airport- as per scheduled group flight

Breakfast, Dinner & Lunch Included in the above Itinerary

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