MOSCOW TO VLADIVOSTOKacross Russia on the Trans-Siberian Train
Moscow to Vladivostok – direct train or stopover options
The original route from Moscow to Vladivostok, spanning two continents and nine time zones. Begin the package in Moscow, adding extra nights as you wish, or extend the adventure with a couple of nights in Saint Petersburg.
For a rich experience of Russia, load up with stopovers throughout the journey, in any of the following destinations: Vladimir / Suzdal, Kazan, Ekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk / Lake Baikal or Ulan-Ude.
Be sure to check out the various tour programs in the various destinations to create the perfect mix of adventure and cultural highlights, extending or trimming the stopovers to suit your time frame, budget and travel interests. Most train journeys can be upgraded to first class, two people in a sleeper cabin.
A few of our most popular packages
Polny MV Direct
11 days / from €1,125
Moscow to Vladivostok
Spanning the wide expanse of Russia, traversing two continents and seven time zones.
14 days / 1 stop / from €1,540
Moscow to Vladivostok, with tour program in Irkutsk / Lake Baikal.
Break the epic journey across Russia with a couple of days by the majestic Lake Baikal.
Osnova MV4 (EI)
16 days / 2 stops / from €1,480
Moscow to Vladivostok, with budget tour services in Ekaterinburg and Irkutsk / Lake Baikal.
The Osnova budget version of the two-stop package is perfect for guests travelling on a more limited budget. Combining the cultural highlights of Ekaterinburg and days by the beautiful Lake Baikal.
Polny MV4 (EI)
16 days / 2 stops / from €1,895
Moscow to Vladivostok, with tour programs in Ekaterinburg and Irkutsk / Lake Baikal.
Combine the cultural highlights of Ekaterinburg with lovely days by the shore of Lake Baikal.
‘Just back from our excellent trip – i spent more time in Uzbekistan, then Germany and Iceland and am now returning to Melbourne as I write from Hongkong.
The organization of all hotels, stays, transfers and guides has been punctual, reliable and helpful in organising extra outings, we were very happy with all. The guide’s English was good, especially I would like to stress that our guide Tatiana in Ulan Ude, Lena in Irkutsk and Lena in Moscow were outstanding. Their excellent knowledge, exceptional English and pleasant nature made the stays a pleasure, even if in Irkutsk we were in – almost – a blizzard!!!
Should have stayed longer to gain some more inside knowledge! All in all we had a terrific trip and found it very interesting and worthwhile. I would appreciate if you could pass on the good feedback to the guides.’
Polny MV6 (EKIU)
21 days / 4 stops / from €2,925
Moscow to Vladivostok, with tour programs in Ekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk / Lake Baikal and Ulan-Ude.
An extensive package that provides a broad experience of Russia, combining the cultural highlights and scenic beauty of Ekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Lake Baikal and Ulan-Ude.
Polny MV8 (KEKIUU)
27 days / 6 stops / from €4,505
An expansive adventure across Russia, with tour programs in Kazan, Ekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk / Lake Baikal, side trip into Mongolia, and Ulan-Ude.