If you’re an adventurer, you’ll love this unforgettable trip across Russia that will take you to visit Moscow and set your feet on a frozen Baikal Lake!
January – February 2020
London – Moscow (28th or 29th January)
Moscow – Ulan Ude (30th January)
Ulan Ude – Moscow (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th January)
Moscow – London (6th January)
Remember that travel dates are flexible and you can adjust them to your needs
Visit Moscow and enjoy in colours of all majestic buildings! Visit Red Sqaure, St. Basil Cathedral, Kremlin and tons of others interesting spots. At the end of the day don’t forget to visit one of famous night clubs, where you can dance and drink like locals do. Oh and don’t forget to buy yourself a legendary Matryoshka.
One of the world’s oldest geographical features (formed 25 to 30 million years ago), magnificent Lake Baikal (Озеро Байкал) is the highlight of Eastern Siberia. Summer travellers enjoy gobsmacking vistas across waters of the deepest blue to soaring mountain ranges on the opposite shore; rarer winter visitors marvel at its powder-white surface, frozen steel-hard and scored with ice roads. Whether they swim in it, drink its water, skirt its southern tip by train, cycle or dog sled over it in winter, or just admire it from 2000km of shoreline, most agree that Siberia doesn’t get better than this.
Baggage during the trip:
One cabin bag per passenger
In Ulan Ude consider staying at well reviewed Hotel Boston with breakfasts included in price
In Moscow we recommend staying at Art apart hotel Moscow, situated just 5 min drive from Kremlin
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