• 28 Aug 2016, 15:00
  • Jacob

Moscow, Mongolia and Beijing in one trip from Memmingen, Germany for just €406!

3 in 1!

We’ve put together a 3 in 1 trip from Germany! Fly from Memmingen to Moscow, Russia then continue to Ulaan Bator, Mongolia and Beijing, China for only €406!

Welcome to Moscow! 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.

If you have long been planned to visit Mongolia, this is the chance. You will see amazing nature attractions of this beautiful country. Mongolia is situated at an average altitude of 1500 m above the sea level, surrounded by high mountain chains. A bactrian camel ride and sleeping in a yurt under starry sky on the Gobi Desert will make your visit unforgettable!

Discover all the marvels that China has to offer for a good price. Loose yourself in the amazing Beijing with all its palaces and temples. Don’t forget to visit the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square or the Summer Palace, all icons of one of the world’s most ancient civilizations.

Travel dates:
September 2016 – May 2017

Routing and sample dates:
Memmingen – Moscow Sep 23
Moscow – Ulaan Bator Sep 24
Ulaan Bator – Beijing Oct 4
Beijing – Moscow Oct 11
Moscow – Memmingen Oct 17

How to book:
Click here or follow the link below and adjust travel dates

Baggage policy:
MIAT: One cabin bag and one piece of checked baggage per passenger.
Pobeda: One hand baggage up to 10 kg per passanger.

Sample bookings:
Memmingen – Moscow – Memmingen >>>

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Moscow – Ulaan Bator – Beijing – Moscow >>>

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Accommodation:
In Ulaan Batar you can consider staying at Kaiser Hotel Ulaanbaatar for €66 with breakfasts and good reviews.

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Car Rentals:
Book cheap car rentals at Rentalcars.com

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