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GE2: Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express (Westbound)

15-day tour to Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kazan, Khabarovsk, Novosibirsk, Ulan-Ude, Vladivostok, Lake Baikal, Ulaanbaatar

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Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed
commissioned by Ivan the Terrible and built on the edge of Red Square between 1555 and 1561. Legend has it that on completion of the church the Tsar ordered the architect, Postnik Yakovlev, to be blinded to prevent him from ever creating anything to rival its beauty again. St. Basil's is a delightful array of swirling colors and redbrick towers. Its design comprises nine individual chapels, each topped with a unique onion dome and each commemorating a victorious assault on the city of Kazan.
Lake Baikal
natural treasure, the real gem of Siberia. It is the deepest lake in the world with the cleanest and most transparent water. Surrounded by the beautiful mountains, forests and wild rivers, Baikal is an immense and breathtaking area of physical beauty.
Moscow City Tour
main streets, squares and places of interest: the Tverskaya street the most animated and saucy, the former headquarters of the KGB, Russian White House, the Red Square, the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, the Cathderal of Christ the Saviour, the Bolshoy Theatre, etc.
Moscow Kremlin and Kremlin Cathedrals
the Kremlin has always been perceived as a symbol of power and might of the Russian land. Each era of Russian history lefts it’s architectural mark on the Kremlin; within the Kremlin walls there are many architectural monuments, churches, cathedrals, museums, etc.
Novosibirsk
the largest Siberian city both by population and by territory. It is situated right in the middle of Russia and is called “the capital of Siberia”. Novosibirsk has rich cultural life. You'll see famous Opera and Ballet Theatre, Conservatory, and the Art Gallery which has a rich collection of icons painted by Nicholas Rerikh.
Ulan-Ude
the center of the Buddhist Buryat culture. During the city tour you’ll see the historical center of Ulan Ude located along the river banks like a fancy amphitheater with houses that belonged to merchants of the 18th-19th centuries, the main square with the most extravagant Lenin’s monument, cathedrals and other attractions.
Vladivostok - Fort #7 of Vladivostok Fortress - Option C
Excursion to one of the numerous forts of the Vladivostok Fortress, located on a hill 164 m above sea level. Vladivostok Fortress used to be considered one of the best and strongest coastal fortresses in the world, second to none in its fortifications. Fort #7, most part of which is situated underground, was recognized by foreign experts “the work of engineer art” in early years of its existence. You will have the opportunity to feel like the fortress defender walking along the numerous underground structures.
Ulan-Bator
is situated on the Tola river at the foot of the Bogdo Khan Uul, which rises 3,000 ft (914 m) above the city. Founded in 1649 as a monastery town, Ulaan-Bator prospered 2 centuries later beeing a commercial center on the tea route between Russia and China. It was made capital of the Mongolian republic in 1924, when its name was changed from Urga [palace] to Ulaan-Bator. During the city tour you will visit the Buddhist Monastery, Sukhe-Bator Square, the Summer Palace and other attractions.
Yekaterinburg - The Mysteries of the Last Romanovs
If you are interested in the history of last days of last Russian czar, don`t skip this tour. You will visit the place of former Ipatiev house Cathedral-on-the-Blood, the biggest Cathedral in Ekaterinburg (a place of Romanovs imprisonment and brutal murder). Then departure and follow the route of the Bolshevik butchers to the thick forest and see monastery of Holy Majestic Martyrs at Ganya`s Pit - a place where Romanovs` bodies were supposedly burnt. Our tour will end at Romanov Memorial that commemorates a mine where remains of Romanov family have been found.
Khabarovsk
Among the highlights of the city are the Amur Railway Bridge - the longest one on the way, the Museum of Minerals, Regional Lore Museum. Khabarovsk also hosts International Ice Figures Festival in winter.
Kazan Cathedral
The cathedral's interior, with its numerous columns, echoes a ponderous outward colonnade and reminds one of a sumptuous palatial hall (69 metres in length, 62 metres in height). The interior features numerous sculptures and icons executed by the best Russian artists of the day. A wrought iron grille, separating the cathedral from a small square behind, is sometimes cited as one of the finest ever created.
Irkutsk: city tour
the center of eastern Siberia. Irkutsk is a treasure house of the spiritual culture of Siberia; it is probably the only Siberian city that preserved its historical individuality: old wooden constructions, built without a single nail and decorated with skillful carving. There are about 700 monuments of history & culture here.
Vladivostok - Ruler of the East - Option A
City tour of Vladivostok covering all the main attractions of the city: Vladivostok Railway Station – terminus of the Trans-Siberian railroad, S-56 submarine on the harbor embankment, where the city was first-founded 142 years ago. You will also visit the highly regarded Arseniev Museum to view exhibits of the region’s rich treasure of flora and fauna as well as the culture and history of the Vladivostok area. In addition to the stops the tour will pass many historic, cultural and architectural landmarks that make up the flavor of Vladivostok.
Sergiev Posad (Zagorsk) - Optional excursion
The town was named after Saint Sergey Radonezhsky. In the XIV century he founded a monastery there that became one of the greatest in Russia. Nowadays the monastery carries the name of Trinity Lavra of St. Sergey and is considered to be "Russian Vatican". It’s a temporary residence of Russian patriarch.
Pavlovsk - Optional excursion
A superb palace and park ensemble, dating from the late 18th to the 19th century, Pavlovsk was a summer residence of the Russian emperor Paul I and his family. Its architects were amongst the greatest of the period: Cameron, Brenna, Quarenghi, Voronikhin and Rossi. The landscape park, one of the largest in Europe, covers an area of 600 hectares. Following a long restoration, the ravishingly beautiful private rooms of Empress Maria Fedorovna, which were decorated Quarenghi and Voronikhin, are again open to the public.
Full day tour to the cities of the Golden Ring: Vladimir, Suzdal and Bogolyubovo - Optional excursion
The famous Golden Ring is made up of a number of cities north and east of Moscow. These ancient towns, which played a significant role in the formation of the Russian Orthodox Church, preserve the memory of the most important and significant events in Russian history. These towns have been called 'open air museums' and feature unique examples of Russian architecture dating back to the 12th century, including kremlins, monasteries, cathedrals and churches. We visit Vladimir, Bogolyubovo and Suzdal which are among the most picturesque towns in Russia and prominently feature Russia's famous onion-domed churches.


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