The Trans-Siberian Railway runs from Moscow over the Urals, across the magnificent Russian steppes and alongside the shores of Lake Baikal, the world's largest freshwater lake by volume. By the time this luxury train arrives in Vladivostok it will have passed through eight time zones and travelled over 6,000 miles (9,656km) - one third of the world!
The Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express adventure takes a leisurely 12-nights stopping along the way to experience the local culture. From Moscow, Russia's vibrant capital, we travel east through Tartarstan, stopping at Kazan, with its beautiful Kremlin. We then glide through the Ural Mountains, across the Europe-Asia divide to Yekaterinburg, where the Romanovs were executed. The scenery changes dramatically as we pull into the austere tundra of Siberia, stopping at the capital of Novosibirsk and Irkutsk, the 'Paris of Siberia'. The Golden Eagle travels along the coast of Lake Baikal and into Ulan Ude, the focal point of Russian Buddhism. We then dip into Mongolia, visiting Ulaanbaatar, before travelling back into the permafrost of Siberia for the final leg of our journey to the Sea of Japan and the city of Vladivostok.
Witness the true splendour of Dr Zhivago landscapes from the warmth of your luxurious carriage and enjoy sleigh rides and choirs, saunas and troikas on our journey by private train to Vladivostok. Travel on the incredible Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express train for an unforgettable 8,000 mile winter adventure.
Step on board the Golden Eagle and be transported back to the romantic age of travel as we wend our way across the Russian steppes to the Sea of Japan in unprecedented luxury. This unique rail adventure takes you on a journey of over 8,000 miles; a true odyssey to the other side of the world.
Step on board the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express and be transported back to the romantic age of rail travel as we wend our way across the Russian steppes to the Sea of Japan in unprecedented luxury. This unique rail adventure takes you on a journey of over 8,000 miles; a true odyssey to the other side of the world.
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