Only a few times a year the Golden Eagle, a luxurious stylized train, makes its journey from Moscow to Vladivostok along the Trans-Siberian Railway. Exquisite decoration, spacious rooms, wonderfully organized sightseeing tours... a great opportunity to cross the entire country in the most comfortable way imaginable! Starting in Moscow, the train will cross Ural, West and East Siberia, make a stop at Lake Baikal and proceed to Russia's Far East.
During the trip the chef will offer the most delicious samples of local cuisine: borsht, Siberian pelmeni, the famous smoked Baikal omul. This is going to be a truly unforgettable journey!
Tour dates (2016):
May: 05 (eastbound), 18 (westbound)
June: 08 (westbound)
August: 8 (westbound), 22 (eastbound)
Sept: 4 (westbound)
The Tran-Siberian railway or The Great Siberian way (the historical name) is a perfectly equipped railroad which crosses the whole continent connecting the European part of Russia and its biggest industrial regions with Siberia and the Far East. This railroad makes Russia a united economic territory. Nowadays the starting point of the legendary railroad is Yaroslavsky railway station in Moscow and final destination is Vladivostok railway station. The Trans-Siberian railway (its length is more than 9000 km) is included in "The Atlas of World's Wonders".