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Moscow - Yekaterinburg - Novosibirsk - Irkutsk - Ulaanbaatar - Beijing

Kremlin in Moscow, Trans-siberian train experience, border of Europe and Asia in Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk is the center of Siberia, Lake Baikal, visit of a Mongolian nomadic family, train ride through the Gobi desert and along the Great wall, Forbidden City in Beijing.

In May 1891, the construction of the World’s longest and most difficult to build railway was started after years of controversy amongst the Czars: the Trans-Siberian railroad. The link between Moscow and Vladivostok, some 6.000 miles apart, was completed 14 years later employing a labour force of over 90.000. Ever since the rail service linking Europe with the Far East was established at the turn of last century, foreign travellers and adventurers have been fascinated by this great journey and crossed Siberia to reach the Pacific or China. Across the Ural mountains to Siberia, through towns that were built along the rails into the Mongolian steps and Gobi desert, the Trans-Siberian journey offers a great opportunity to experience an unforgettable journey. You will meet local people and learn about their culture and way of life and be part of it.
Starting point is Moscow, where you’ll enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this bustling city before boarding the Trans-Siberian train and passing by the Ural. Your journey will bring you then to Yekaterinburg, where the last Tsar died, to Novosibirsk, the largest city of Siberia, to Irkutsk, the “Paris” of Siberia, where you will spend a few days at the world’s largest and cleanest lake, namely Lake Baikal. Then you will continue to Ulaanbaatar, where you will experience the Nomadic life of the Mongolian people, and finally, the train will take you to Beijing, the capital of the Chinese empire, where your journey ends.

Type: Small Group Tours
Duration: 16 days

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Day 1: Moscow

Arrive in Moscow by international flight. Transfer to the 3-star hotel for a one-night stay. City tour with the Sparrow Hills, pedestrian Arbat Street, Victory Park, Christ the Savior Cathedral. Free time. 

Lunch & Dinner (optional).

Day 2: Moscow

Morning check-out. City tour with the Red Square & Alexander's Garden. Visit to the Kremlin with its territory and cathedrals, Armoury Museum and Diamond Fund. Lunch in the city. Afternoon transfer to the train station. Departure at 16.08 (daily) by train # 16 to Yekaterinburg.

Day 3: Yekaterinburg (+2 hours to the Moscow time)

Originally Yekaterinburg was founded as a capital of metallurgical region, center of mechanical engineering, a city of gold and precious stones. The location of the city is unique: it stands on the meeting of the Asian and European parts of the continent, an idiosyncratic key to the endless and rich Siberia, a window to the Asia as St. Petersburg - a window to the Europe. We cross the Europe/ Asia divide before arrival in Yekaterinburg, capital of the Urals. We arrive in Yekaterinburg at 19.45. Arrival transfer. Accommodation at the 3-star hotel in the city center. Free time. 

Dinner at the hotel (optional).

Day 4: Yekaterinburg

After checking-out from the hotel we'll go for a city tour. You'll see the architectural monuments of Russian classicism of the 18-19th centuries. You'll have the possibility to follow the last way of Romanov Dinasty visiting place of the former Ipatyev's House, exposing wax figures and authentic photos of the Emperor's family, visiting the place where the remains which might belong to the members of the tzar family were found (30 km from Yekaterinburg).

Geological Museum will show you a huge and unique collection of underground wealth of Urals accumulated here: 600 from 800 kinds of minerals known in Urals. You'll see the giant rock crystal just entering! That is the hugest and most beautiful rock crystal shown in the museums of Russia and Europe, its weight is 784 kg and it's 170 sm of height! Trip to the boarder of Europe and Asia will give you opportunity to see and visit this unique place. Free time with a guide in the city for a shopping and walking. Departure transfer to the train station. Departure at 21.04 by train# 56 on even dates/ at 21.04 by train 26 on odd dates to Novosibirsk. 

Lunch and dinner in the city (optional).

Day 5: Novosibirsk (+3 hours to the Moscow time)

Novosibirsk is the largest city and industrial center of Siberia. The geographical center of Russia, unofficially considered being a capital of Western Siberia. Novosibirsk is the largest scientific center in Siberia. The main feature of Novosibirsk is its virgin nature, its primeval beauty - Altai Mountains. We arrive in Novosibirsk at 18.00 by train# 56/ 26. Arrival transfer to the 3-star hotel in the city center. 

Dinner at the hotel (optional).

Day 6: Novosibirsk

City tour, during which you'll see Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the first stone building raised in 19-20 cc, visit a backstage of the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, a building with 60-meters dome and 900 ml, the hugest theater building of Russia, railway bridge over the river Ob. Tour to the Akademgorodok (town of scientists). It's well known all over the world. A great number of discoveries in physics, chemistry, space technology was made here.

Excursion to the Sun Museum that is unique in the world. You will not find anything of that kind anywhere else. You'll see an incredible variety of representations of the Sun. You'll see paintings by Nikolai Rerikh, works of Russian paintings of the 18th-19th cc (Sourikov, Tropinin, Repin), samples of Western-European art, sculptures, graphics and applied art in the Art Gallery. And in the Museum of the Train you'll get known the history of train development and see different kinds of the trains. Free time at the hotel. Late departure transfer to the train station. Departure at 22.57 by train# 08/02 daily to Irkutsk. 

Lunch and dinner in the city (optional).

Day 7: En-route
Day 8: Irkutsk (+ 5 hours to the Moscow time)

Irkutsk is the capital of Irkutsk Region, one of the biggest and most interesting regions in Russia, the whole world in Eastern Siberia which is not far from the famous Lake Baikal. Irkutsk stands at the crossroads of the trade routes between the East and West. Arrive in Irkutsk early in the morning (at 06.45). Additional breakfast. And we have to go further and leave Irkutsk for the Lake Baikal. It takes about 1 hour to cover 70 km, the distance between Irkutsk city and the Lake Baikal. Baikal differs from the other lakes in the world by virtue of its unique depth, volume, the quality of its water and age for lakes exist usually for no more than of thousands of years, and finally, by virtue of its wildlife. If you dream about seeing the whole Lake you are welcome to cruise (but it's another story :)). 

You'll walk around Listvyanka village, have a visit to St. Nicholas Church, get known the flora and fauna of the Lake Baikal after visiting Baikal Museum. Lunch at the restaurant at the Lake Baikal. Departure transfer back to Irkutsk. And on your way you'll visit the Museum of Wooden Architecture 'Taltsy'. Taltsy Museum represents a real Siberian village! You'll see unique monuments of the Russian wooden architecture of the XVII - XIX cc: the passing tower and the church of the Mother of God of Kazan from Ilimsky Burg (the exhibit of the 17th c), the parish school, farmsteads of peasants with plank bed, Rusian oven and the 'red corner' with icons in it. 

After checking-in we'll go for the city tour. You'll see the oldest point of the city, the place where Irkutsk began and the modern part of the city with its unforgettable architecture and atmosphere. 

You probably heard of the Decembrists, the Russian noble men -revolutionaries who instigated and uprising against autocracy and serfdom in St. Petersburg in December 1825 (their names are derived from the name of month of uprising). Some of them were hanged, the rest were imprisoned and exiled to Siberia. The Decembrists spent thirty-odd years in Siberia, first doing penal servitude in prison and then in exile in remote areas of the severe region. Many of the Decembrists' wives voluntarily followed their husbands into exile. They had to leave not only their former way of lives in St. Petersburg but they had to leave their children also. And you'll get known about it during the visit Decembrists' Museum. Later some of the Decembrists' families were given permission to move to the town towards the end of their term of exile. Their houses are still there. They are museums now. 

If you'd like to feel the life of the city, to try to understand its soul you'd better to stay here for more time to walk by yourself and watch, and look, and see. 

Dinner at the hotel (optional).

* If you'd like to stay at the Lake Baikal or in Irkutsk city for 1-2 nights more write us about it please and we'll make changes in the programme according your wishes. 

Day 9: Irkutsk, on board

Morning departure transfer to the train station. Departure at 05.43 by trains# 06/ 04 to Ulaan-Baatar (on Monday, Saturday and Sunday only). These very trains should help you to see the shore line of the Lake Baikal and get last 2 hours of admiring its beauty.

Day 10: Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

We arrive in Ulaan-Baatar at 07.30 by trains# 06/ 04. Ulaan-Baatar is the capital of Mongolia, country in the Northern Asia just between China and Russia, the 'Land of Blue Sky'. The land where human remains dating back nearly 500,000 years were uncovered in the Gobi Desert and other regions of Mongolia. Arrival transfer to the 4-star hotel. After additional breakfast at the hotel we'll go for the city tour. You'll see how the East meets the West here and how the promise of technology and modern values collides with the traditional culture: you can see young people talking on their phones nest to old men in traditional dress flipping their prayer breads, talking to the Gods; apartment buildings being close to gers in the outskirts of the city. You'll get known geography, flora and fauna, paleontology and anthropology of Mongolia at the Natural History Museum. You'll have an opportunity to see numerous objects from all over Mongolia, including precious stones, stuffed and embalmed animals, birds and fish. You'll find the awesome meteorites, impressive two complete skeletons of dinosaurs found in the Mongolian Gobi Desert. The museum is rich in dioramas. Lunch in the city. Afternoon you are visiting Bogd Khan Winter Palace. It used to be a winter residence of the last Bogd Khaan of Mongolia, the eighth Jebtzun Damba (Lord of Refuge), colorful and controversial character. Then you have time for shopping in the center. Back to the hotel and free time.

Dinner at the hotel (optional).

Day 11: Ulaanbaatar, Terelj National Park

After breakfast we are going to the largest and most important monastery in Mongolia, one of the impressive sights of Ulaanbaatar, Gandan Monastery. Major religious ceremonies and festivities take place here, including tsam dance, a kind of theater performance. Trip to the Terelj National Park will let you get acquainted with the way of life of nomad people. Mongolians are nomadic herders. Most Mongolians continue to live in gers, large, white felt tents that can be moved easily. You have lunch there and go back to the city for the folk show in the evening.

Day 12: Ulaanbaatar

Morning transfer to the train station. Departure at 08.05 by train# 24 to Beijing (on Thursday only). 

But if you still have time and possibility you can extend your staying in Mongolia and drive to Karakorum, the former capital of vast Mongolian Empire built by Genghis Khan in 1220, with overnights in ger-camp (meals - full board) with English-speaking guide escort, visit nomad family, horse riding. Or if it's a summer time you can go to the Gobi Desert by car or by flight, vast zone of desert and semi-desert covering almost 30% of territory of Mongolia, to visit the Gurvansaikhan National Park, unlike other national parks in the Gobi Desert, containing mountains, dinosaur fossils, extraordinary sand dunes, rock formations and a valley that has ice for most of the year. You can visit the Yolyn Am Valley (Vulture's Mouth), originally established to conserve the bird life of the region. But now it's famous for its dramatic and very unusual scenery -it is a valley in the middle of the Gobi Desert with gorge full of meters-sick ice all year round. In winter ice is up to 10m high and continues down the gorge for another 10 km. It remains frozen for most of the year, except late August. 

Day 13: Beijing, China

In the afternoon we arrive in Beijing, China. Arrival transfer. Accommodation at the 3-star hotel. Free time. 

Lunch & Dinner (optional).

Day 14: Beijing

Breakfast at the hotel. City tour with a visit to The Forbidden City, Tian’anmen Square, Temple of Heaven. Lunch in the city. Free time.

Dinner (optional).

Day 15: Beijing

Breakfast at the hotel. Tour to the Great Wall & Ming Tombs. Lunch in the city. 

Dinner (optional).

Day 16: Beijing

Transfers to the airport for departure by international flights. 

What's included

  • accommodation at the hotels as per itinerary;
  • meals mentioned in the programme as included;
  • arrival & departure transfers, all guided programmes;
  • entrance fees.

The tour language is English. Other languages speaking guides are available on request and at a supplement.

Not included in the price
  • airfares;
  • charges of a personal nature;
  • any optional excursions;
  • meals as optional;
  • drinks;
  • visa and excess luggage charges;
  • insurance and laundry services, banks charges for money transfer.
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Moscow : The Kremlin
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Moscow : Red Square
The famous Red Square is located in the heart of Moscow. Of course, no trip to Russia would be complete without a visit to Red Square, perhaps Russia's most well known place, and possibly the most famous city square in the world. It is Russia’s most recognizable landmark and is usually tourists first stop in Moscow. It is surrounded by Saint Basil’s Cathedral, the State History Museum, Lenin’s Mausoleum and the Kremlin. Visitors... Read more
The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour is amazingly opulent, garishly grandiose and truly historic. The cathedral's sheer size and splendour guarantee its role as a lovely landmark. This gargantuan cathedral was completed in 1997 – just in time to celebrate Moscow's 850th birthday. The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour sits on the site of an earlier and similar church of the same name, built in the 19th century to commemorate Russia's victory ov... Read more
The Armoury Chamber - a treasure-house, it is a part of the Grand Kremlin Palace’s complex, and is one of the oldest museums of Moscow, established in 1808. The museum collections were based on the precious items that had been preserved for centuries in the tsars’ treasury and the Patriarch’s vestry. Some of the exhibits were made in the Kremlin’s workshops, others were accepted as ambassadorial gifts. The Armoury Cha... Read more
The St. Basil’s Cathedral Moscow just that this fascinating church at the heart of Moscow, is an exemplary work of art, which touchingly and glamorously traces back the history of Russia in an encompassing and solemn manner, that no other tourist attraction can ever surpass. It is an interesting milestone and a great leaping step towards world tourism and the interesting pieces of history in its courageous, attractive and worth reading whol... Read more
The first public park in Moscow, Alexander Garden sits along the Kremlin’s western wall. Colourful flower beds and impressive Kremlin views make it a favourite strolling spot for Muscovites and tourists alike. Back in the 17th century, the Neglinnaya River ran through the present gardens, with dams and mills along its banks. When the river was diverted underground, the garden was founded by architect Osip Bove, in 1821. Read more
Moscow : Arbat Street
In every city steeped in history there is always a street which attracts tourists like a magnet. This is a place filled with spirit of its own, while buildings bordering it and side-streets stemming from it each have a story to tell. In Moscow it is Old Arbat or simply Arbat – one of oldest and most popular walking streets. Today Arbat is as important landmark as Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre and St. Basil Cathedral. Read more
Moscow : Sparrow Hills
Sparrow Hills, formerly known as Lenin Hills between 1935 and 1999, is a hill on the right bank of the Moskva River and one of the highest points in Moscow, reaching a height of 220 m (720 ft), or 60–70 m (200–230 ft) above the river level. Read more
Diamond fund is the unique collection of the best jewelers’ works of Russia and the world. At the heart of the Diamond Fund display are historical ceremonial jewels and the Regalia of the Romanovs’ tsar family, crowns, tiaras, a scepter and an orb, jewel sets, orders created by the most eminent jewellers of the 17-19th centuries. The museum also keeps some of the most extraordinary diamonds in the world, unique nuggets of gold and pla... Read more
Victory Park is on the Poklonnaya Gora (hill) in Moscow. The park is the main memorial complex in Russia devoted to the victory of the Soviet Union in World War II. The remem-brance of the Victory is very important for Russia, as the Russian (and other nations of the former USSR) suffered much more from the World War II than all other nations taken one with another. That’s why the Victory Parade in Russia is always conducted on such a large... Read more
Irkutsk is recognized as the Decembrists' center of Russia. Museums were opened (in 1970 and 1985, respectively) in houses where the families of Sergei Trubetskoy and Sergey Volkonsky had lived. You'll find here genuine things that belonged to the Decembrists and replicas of lost things such as pieces of furniture, tableware, stoves, musical instruments, ancient chandeliers, embroidery, books, sheet music, and pictures and photographs. On certain... Read more
Siberia : Novosibirsk
Novosibirsk is city that prides itself on size: it is the third-largest city in Russia (the biggest city east of the Urals), has the biggest railway station along the trans-Siberian route, the biggest library in Siberia, and the biggest opera/ballet theater in all of Russia - even bigger than Moscow's Bolshoy. The red-brick Cathedral of St. Alexander Nevsky, while not the biggest, is considered one of the finest existing examples of pure Russian ... Read more
Baikal : Irkutsk
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Listvyanka is perhaps one of the oldest Russian settlements on the shore of the great Lake Baikal, the deepest lake in the world. It is a charming village dotted with traditional Siberian wooden houses, with a main road that runs right along the shore of fantastic lake, making it the perfect base to explore this picturesque region. This old-style Siberian village is one of the most visited places in Siberia. Everything about it impresses our imag... Read more
Baikal Limnological museum is located at the beginning of Listvyanka, beautiful old-style Siberian village, on the shore of fabulous Lake Baikal. The museum is engaged in collecting and storage the materials and analysis of the information bound with the lake.The unique exhibits tell about the origin and the history of the lake, its fantastic flora and fauna, geological structure, climate and tectonics of Pribaikalye. All scientific activities of... Read more
Taltsy Museum of Wooden Architecture is an unique storage of history and culture of the peoples of Eastern Siberia. This incredible open-air museum consists of several fabulous exhibit areas which hold interesting ethnographical collections and show life of the Siberians. The variety of amazing Siberian wooden izbas, churches, living houses and Buryat wooden yurts were brought together from different parts of Siberia. The museum is conveniently l... Read more
St. Nicholas Orthodox Church is one of the few preserved architectural monuments in Listvyanka. The building dates from the middle of the century before last. Such buildings in Russia were called the "octagon on the quadrangle". A wooden two-tiered church with belfries is very beautiful and majestic. St. Nicholas Church has its own interesting story. Read more
1/7th of the World : Baikal
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1/7th of the World : Beijing
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1/7th of the World : Ulaanbaatar
If Mongolia's yin is its pristine countryside, then Ulaanbaatar conforms nicely to its yang. Located in north central Mongolia, fabulous Ulaanbaatar is the cultural, industrial, and financial heart of the country. The city was founded in 1639 as a movable (nomadic) Buddhist monastic centre, and in the twentieth century, Ulaanbaatar grew into a major manufacturing centre. Mostly described, as sunny, peaceful and open, Ulaanbaatar is a city of cont... Read more
1/7th of the World : Yekaterinburg
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Explore : Moscow
Moscow can be an overwhelming experience for visitors - there's just so much to see in this vast and vibrant city, from the truly sublime to the ever-so-slightly ridiculous. Moscow has been one of the world's ballet capitals for almost two centuries. It is home to the Bolshoi Ballet, founded in the late 18th century and based at the Bolshoi Theatre. It is called the "world capital of museums". It's no surprise, considering that there are over a ... Read more
Forbidden City, Chinese (Pinyin) Zijincheng or (Wade-Giles romanization) Tzu-chin-ch’eng, imperial palace complex at the heart of Beijing (Peking), China. Commissioned in 1406 by the Yongle emperor of the Ming dynasty, it was first officially occupied by the court in 1420. It was so named because access to the area was barred to most of the subjects of the realm. Government functionaries and even the imperial family were permitted only limi... Read more
Beijing : Great Wall
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Beijing : Ming Tombs
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Tiananmen Square, Chinese (Pinyin) Tiananmen Guangchang or (Wade-Giles romanization) T’ien-an Men Kuang-ch’ang, open square in the centre of Beijing, China, one of the largest public squares in the world. Read more
Novosibirsk : Akademgorodok
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One of the great sights for early travellers across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway after its opening in 1899. Read more
Admire the mighty machines that once regularly crossed the vast expanses of Siberia and served as the only link between remote places at West Siberian Railway History Museum. Read more
Novosibirsk : Museum of The Sun
Sun Museum - is a unique and the only in the world of cultural and historical project aimed at developing the whole person through the immersion in the history and culture of ancient civilizations and peoples worshiped the sun. The museum was created for the purpose of additional education and meet the aesthetic needs of the visitors. Read more
The Novosibirsk State Art Museum is one of the most significant collections of the Russian and foreign art in Siberia. It was founded on January 7, 1957 and opened to visitors on December 27, 1958. Since 1982 the museum is located in the building of the former Siberian Revolutionary Committee - an architectural monument of republican significance, built in 1926 by the project of the outstanding Siberian architect A.D. Kryachkov. Its exposition ar... Read more
From the artistic point of view, the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the most renowned theatres in Russia. Of a particular interest is the building of the theatre designed in the avant-gardism style. It is the largest building in Russia and one of the largest buildings in the world. Read more
The  Winter Palace of Bogd Khaan - one of the first museums in Mongolia - was built in 1924. It used to be a winter residence of the last Bogd Khaan of Mongolia, Javzandamba. The palace compound was built between 1893 and 1903, and is well known for it's Gate of Peace, Temple and personal library of Bogd Khaan. Among the museum's exhibits are sculptures by Mongolia's first Bogd Khaan Zanabazar, the famous Taras. The museum has 21 invaluable ... Read more
The Gandantegchinlen Monastery is a Mongolian Buddhist monastery in the Mongolian capital of Ulaanbaatar that has been restored and revitalized since 1990. The Tibetan name translates to the "Great Place of Complete Joy". It currently has over 150 monks in residence. It features a 26.5-meter-high statue of Avalokiteśvara. It came under state protection in 1994. Read more
The Natural History Museum was created in 1924 and was called “National Museum”. In 1956, it becomes the “Central State Museum” and, later, in 1997, expands and becomes “Natural History Museum”. The Natural History Museum recounts 4,7 billion years of evolution and shows 800 objects dating back from the palaeolithic period. Read more
Ulaanbaatar : Terelj National Park
Terelj National Park is the most popular destination and the third biggest protected area in Mongolia . Visitors can take leisurely strolls on meadows carpeted with edelweiss and a dazzling variety of other wild flowers, view fascinating rock formations against a backdrop of pine covered mountains and wander along the wooded banks of a mountain stream. The park is located 80 km away from Ulaanbaatar and is one of the most beautiful places in Mong... Read more
The Church on Blood in Honour of All Saints Resplendent in the Russian Land is a Russian Orthodox church built on the site of the Ipatiev House in Yekaterinburg, where Nicholas II, the last Emperor of Russia, and his family, along with members of the household, were shot by the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War. The church commemorates the Romanov sainthood. Read more
The Ural Geological Museum is rather young in comparison with other big Russian and foreign museums with a century-old history. It was founded in 1937 as an exhibition of mineral-ore treasures organized to the 17th session of International Geological Congress. In 1938 the exhibition was transferred to the Ural Geological Institute. Read more
Border between Europe and Asia is one of the features of the Ural area. Read more
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