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Individual discovery tours, bizarre and sporting moments

September 28, 2010

Individual discovery tours, bizarre and sporting moments

SMS Frankfurt leads 100 cosmopolitans and adventurers from Moscow to Beijing in June

Frankfurt, May 22nd 2010 – Preparations of the biggest “Vodka Train tour” in summer 2010 are now completed. SMS Frankfurt leads an international community on the way with the Trans-Siberian railway through cultural events and fun-runs from Moscow to Mongolia, the Baikal region and China. Whether ice-bathing, heli-skiing or inspiring country tours, most adventure trips and incentives for small groups to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Portugal and Finland are available several times a year.

For the participants of Vodka Train summer 2010, beginning on June 11 in Moscow, all preparations are made. They come from Australia, Barbados, China, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands and the United States to experience unknown lands, fascinating nature and ancient villages on the long road of the Trans-Siberian railway. For some residents in remote regions of Asia the visit of this huge group will probably be the highlight of the year. The program includes sightseeing between Moscow and China, runs on the terrains of monasteries, cycling around Lake Baikal, shaman-fire dances in Mongolia and other surprising events.

The offers and ideas of Jürgen Schreiter, owner of SMS Frankfurt, trainer for ultra-marathon originate from his visions of a vibrant global community that is connected through sharing interests in culture and sports in different locations.


Individuelle Entdeckungstouren, skurrile und sportliche Momente

SMS Frankfurt führt im Juni 100 Abenteurer und Kosmopoliten von Moskau nach Peking

Frankfurt, 23. Mai 2010 – Die Vorbereitungen der größten „Vodka-Train-Tour“ im Sommer 2010 sind abgeschlossen. SMS Frankfurt bringt im Juni eine internationale Community auf den Weg der Transsibirischen Eisenbahn mit Kulturerlebnissen und Spaßläufen von Moskau über die Mongolei, die Baikal-Region und China. Ob Eisbaden, Heli-Skiing oder inspirierende Länder-Touren, die meisten Erlebnisausflüge und Incentives für Kleingruppen nach Usbekistan, Kirgistan, Portugal und Finnland sind mehrmals jährlich buchbar.

Für die Teilnehmer der Vodka Train Reise, die am 11. Juni in Moskau beginnt, sind alle Vorbereitungen getroffen. Sie reisen an aus Australien, Barbados, China, Deutschland, Großbritannien, Irland, Kanada, Niederlande und den USA um unbekannte Länder, faszinierende Natur und alte Dörfer auf dem langen Weg der Transsibirischen Eisenbahn mal anders zu erleben. Für manch Einheimische in abgelegenen Regionen Asiens wird der Besuch dieser großen Reisegruppe wohl das Highlight des Jahres sein. Auf dem Programm stehen Sightseeing zwischen Moskau und China, Läufe auf Klosterterrain, Radtouren am Baikalsee, Schamanen-Feuertänze in der Mongolei und weitere Überraschungsevents.

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Vodka Train Videos and Vodka Train Trailer…

September 15, 2010

Here you find most of our videos and trailer about our projects.
Also available in October 2010 our FULL HD Vodka Train DVD – all about our 18 days trip along the Trans-Siberian-Railway. Visit our website for your order!

Check also our YouTube account here!





















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Vodka Train Experience – The Ultimate Adventure Trip

January 28, 2010

Vodka Train News!
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.

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