Trans-Siberian Direct Moscow-Vladivostok 9100km

 

Polny MV Direct

11 days – from €1,440 (per person, twin share)

Moscow to Vladivostok

Tour Introduction
For guests with limited time and wanting to focus on the train journey following the traditional Trans-Siberian route. Departing on most odd-numbered dates from Moscow, travelling more than 9,100km, traversing two continents and 7 time zones.

Route
Moscow — Vladivostok

Departure dates
Take a look at the Trains and Schedules page for the specific details regarding Beijing departures and onward travel.

Tour includes
√  Monkey info pack, local support, visa invitation documents
√  Train tickets in standard second-class (4-berth) cabins
√  Moscow: arrival transfer; 1 night centrally located 3* hotel, guided city walking tour
√  Vladivostok: arrival / departure transfers; 2 nights central 3* hotel; guided city tour

Prices (per person)
€1,780  – based on solo travel
€1,440  – based on two people travelling together
€1,355  – based on three people travelling together
€1,375  – based on four people travelling together

Highlights
»  Trans-Siberian train journey, travelling 9,148 km
»  Guided city tours in Moscow and Vladivostok

Flexibility – tour programs and accommodation
Upgrade to a first-class (2-berth) cabin
Add an extension from Saint Petersburg to Moscow with accommodation in Saint Petersburgovernight or express day train and extra nights accommodation in Moscow, along with a number of additional tours in Saint Petersburg and Moscow.

Day 1
Moscow arrival
Arrive Moscow___ (optional arrival transfer can be added). Staying at a centrally located 3* hotel, 1 night.
We can book extra accommodation and tours in Moscow, along with an extension from Saint Petersburg.

Day 2
Moscow city tour and departure
Enjoy a guided orientation tour of Moscow.
The Moscow guides have their own personal touch, while of course visiting the main sites and introducing you to the diversity of Moscow’s architectural styles from Russian-Moscow Baroque and Art Nouveau to the Pseudo-Chinese and Moorish influences. The three-hour walking tour generally includes: Tverskaya street and it’s important buildings, Manezhnaya square, Marshal Zhukov monument, Lubyanka (former KGB building), Aleksandrovsky Gardens and of course the Red Square, St. Basil Cathedral and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.
Free afternoon in Moscow before evening transfer to station. Depart Moscow on the ‘Rossiya’ train #2 close to midnight. (B)

Day 3
On train
Passing Vladimir and Nizhny Novgorod during the early morning, and Perm later in the evening.

Day 4
On train crossing the geographic divide between Europe and Asia
Passing Ekaterinburg in the early hours of the night and the Ural Mountains, the geographic border between Europe and Asia. Continue on, passing the major cities of Omsk and Novosibirsk.

Day 5
On train across Siberia
Passing through Krasnoyarsk in the early afternoon, the train traverses the ‘mid-Siberian railway’, built between 1893 and 1898, before crossing the great rivers Ob and the Yenisei, and winding through the Sayan Mountains. 

Day 6
On train passing Lake Baikal
The train passes the ‘capital’ of Siberia, Irkutsk, in the early morning. Irkutsk is an important junction on the Trans-Siberian network, and the gateway to the majestic environs of Lake Baikal. The train travels on via the south shore of Lake Baikal, passing Ulan-Ude mid-afternoon.

Day 7
On train across Siberia and the far east

Day 8
On train
Crossing the Russian far east passing the Jewish autonomous oblast of Birobidzhan in the late afternoon, and Khabarovsk in the evening.

Day 9
Vladivostok arrival
Arrive in Vladivostok in the early morning around 7am. Meet your driver on the platform and transfer to a centrally located 3* hotel, where you will stay 2 nights.

Day 10
Vladivostok city tour
Guided city tour (3 hrs by car). (B)

Day 11
Vladivostok
Transfer to airport (or port) for onward travel. (B)