Moscow to Beijing by Train

August 3, 2010

Trans-Siberian-Railway (Summer Tour)

Enjoy an unforgetable trip with the “Vodka-Train” along one of the longest railways of the world, following the footprints of Alexander von Humboldt.

train lake baikal chinese wall

approx. 20-day trip from Moscow to Beijing on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Starting with 2 days in Moscow visiting Red Square, the Kremlin, GUM and a lot of other scenic and historic places in Moscow. First stop with the Trans-Siberian-Train will be in Kazan, with a beautiful Kremline of its own, and Yekaterinenburg, which has a few days of relaxation and summer activities on Olikon Island in Lake Baikal.

Enjoying the typical Russian sauna (Banya) hiking or mountain biking, plus a few days in Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, and it’s breathtaking surrounding countryside, as well as few days among the temples and markets in Beijing.

Train accommodations in 1st and 2nd class compartments plus accommodations in 4-5 star hotels, when available, (breakfast included), in romantic and comfortable wooden cabins on Olikon Island (included breakfast, partly fully board)

City tours, tour buses or vans, transfer costs

Trip organization and translations: English/German/Russian

Flight from Frankfurt* with Lufthansa, total price starts with EUR 4,200

*alternate other airports on request, prices can be different.

Group: min. 4 / max. 8 people + trip organizer and translator
Single tours possible on request


Included Services:

All flights economy-class incl. airport taxes and additional fees from Frankfurt, other departures available on request, ticket prices can vary.

Transsiberian-Train in first and second class compartments (2- and 4-bed-compartment) in Russian standard wagons of the Trans-Siberian Railway

Accomodations in rooms with double-bed according to the tour description hotels, hostels and typical wooden huts.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner acording to the tour description

All transfers and excursions, entrance fees are not included

Tour Guide/Translator, English guided trip with a mother tongue Russian guide

Trip-price-Insurance (Sicherungsschein)

Not included:

Visa Service (additional fees, can be organized by SMS Frankfurt)

Consul fees

Health-Insurance, required

Personel Incurance


Dates: Departure each year approx. mid June from Frankfurt, Germany


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