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Vladivostok is Russia's largest far east port. The city played an essential role in the Russian-Japanese war in the early 20th century. One of the important must-dos of Vladivostok is a meal in a local restaurant with a variety of local seafood to try.
Khabarovsk is one of Russia's largest far east cities, located on the banks of the mighty Amur river. It's famous for the larget tiger resort in Siberia. A cruise on the Amur river is one of the most exceptional experiences in Khabarovsk.
Ulan-Ude is the capital of the Buryatian republic - the most significant Buddhist tribe of Russia. It's also home to Ivolginsky datsan, Russia's largest Buddhist temple. Another famous Ulan-Ude landmark is the world's most gigantic head of Lenin - a unique Soviet relique of town's main square.
Lake Baikal doesn't look big, but it's incredibly deep, which makes it the world's largest freshwater reserve. The water is crystal clear so that you can see through deep below. Baikal has unique wildlife. Local fish has excellent taste; lots of it is sold in the local market in Listvyanka.
Irkutsk is one of Siberia's oldest towns, founded in the 17th century. It's famous for its beautiful old wooden houses, decorated by the splendid carved wood ornaments. Irkutsk has spectacular old churches. It's very popular as a famous stop on the way to miraculous lake Baikal.
Novosibirsk is the capital of Siberia. It's located on the banks of the Ob river - Siberia's largest waterway. It's a contemporary city, third largest in the country. Novosibirsk is a large industrial, scientific and political center of the region. One of Russia's largest hydropower plants is located just outside of the city.
Yekaterinburg is a city at the feet of the Ural mountains where Russian West meets Russian East. The special obelisk marks the border. It is Russia's fourth largest city, proudly bearing the name of Peter the Great's wife Yekaterina (Catherine). Through the centuries, it has played an essential role in the history of the country and became the final home to the last Romanovs.
Kazan is a beautiful ancient Russian town, located on the coast of the Volga river. It is said to be founded by the Tatars from the Golden Horde, and through the centuries, grew to become the unique merge of Christian and Muslim culture. The Kremlin of Kazan is a world heritage site.
11.03.2019 – 24.03.2019
04.06.2019 – 17.06.2019
01.08.2019 – 14.08.2019
Payment and cancellation conditions
1. Non-refundable prepayments payable 5 days upon receipt of the confirmation of the tour:
$ 1800 per person in Business Class and VIP compartment;
$ 1080 per person in First Class and First Class Plus compartment;
2. Full payment due to be made 60 days prior to departure.
3. After cancellation of a confirmed reservation 60 days prior to departure of the tour 50 % of the cost will be non-refundable.
4. After cancellation of a confirmed reservation 30 days prior to departure of the tour 100 % of the cost of the tour will be non-refundable.
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