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Private Trans-Siberian Railway Tours

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Private Trans-Siberian Railway Tours

Set off on the adventure of a lifetime on the Trans-Siberian Railway that spreads its vast branches from Moscow to Vladivostok, or all across Russia to Mongolia and China. Our private Trans-Siberian train tours are organized on premium overnight trains with stops in major cities along the way. You will stay in comfortable downtown hotels and be accompanied by our best local English-speaking guides during exciting Russia tours. The best part is that these tours are fully customizable and can be planned around your own needs, interests, and budget. And of course, all this comes with our signature quality and attention to every detail, from private transfers to full Russian visa support and a meticulously arranged touring program.

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Rail Vacation Packages

Go on a memorable life adventure on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Enjoy amazing views on your train trip and discover plenty of cities from Moscow to Beijing. Book a small group or a private rail tour with us. Our rail tours are organized by the best destination experts and include downtown accommodations, English-speaking guides, and smooth logistics. Take a chance to see the best part of Russia and more with excellent service on a train as well as a number of must-visit Russian sites. For more inspiration, read rail tour Highlights and travel tips below.

Rail Tour Highlights

  • Guided sightseeing tours of Moscow, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Perm, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Ekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Listvyanka Village, and Ulan Bator, Ulan Ude, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Beijing
  • Baikal Exploration
  • A visit to the Great Wall of China
  • Tatar Cooking Master Class
  • Exploring Kungur Ice Caves
  • A taste of the traditional Mongolian nomadic way of life at the ger camp

Tips for Rail Travel

  • You should bring a few hundred dollars with you on the trip to pay for food as trains do not have ATM machines
  • The currency used in Russia is the Russian Rublein, in Mongolia - Mongolian tugrik, in China - Chinese Yuan. Although debit cards are widely accepted, it is good to have some cash on you for minor purchases
  • Make sure to pack comfortable walking shoes as you'll spend many hours exploring major Russian sights on foot
  • Russian climates are unpredictable and weather can be quite harsh even during summers. Bringing a water-resistant jacket, umbrella, and some warm clothes is a must

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