Trans-Siberian Railway tour in Russia by Saga

Trans-Siberian Railway tour in Russia by Saga

For years, the Trans-Siberian Railway has dazzled tourists and now there is a brand new experience for travellers by Saga. The tour is complete with an exciting opportunity to stay overnight in Russia.


If you were looking for a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, then this world’s longest railway journey is it! Travellers board multiple trains for multiple locations. The 18-night tour is spent in different locations so you will experience a different country and city every step of the way.


Every train differs but you can choose between sharing your space with other travellers or travel solo in a private booth.


Since it's a Russian adventure, the first stay is in Moscow, Russia’s capital. Travellers can stay two days in the city.


You can experience and see all of Russia at many stops. The next stop is Kazan, a historic region where you can see the Monastery on the island of Sviyazhsk. Then the train takes you to the Ural Mountains, and to Novosibirsk, which is Russia’s third largest city.


Next you travel to eastern Siberia. You will stay two nights at Lake Baikal which is the world’s deepest freshwater lake.


Later in the trip, you will travel to Ulaan Baatar, a Mongolia city. You will continue your journey to Terelj National Park. This is the most exciting part of the 18-day tour because this is where you will sleep in a traditional Mongolian tent. This a whole new experience because it’s traditional, replete with a wood-burning stove.


The last stop is Beijing where travellers stay for three days. There so much to see in and around Beijing, China. You can finish your world tour at the Great Wall of China, one of the great wonders of the world. 

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