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Signature Grand Journey

July 9- August 9, 2020

Signature Grand Journey

An epic tour that will take you through 5 countries, two continents and 6 time zones. Start on a Baltic tour, an enchanted sojurn through a fairytale land. Then embark on a Russian river cruise, truly the best way to experience this mysterious country. Finally, travel the legendary Trans Siberian Rail on the world famous Tsar's Golden Train. This is a journey of a lifetime...

Signature Moments

  • Step back in time in centuries old towns
  • Be in awe of the majestry of St Petersburg
  • Enjoy a traditional Russian picnic
  • Journey through 6 time zones
  • Experience one of the World's Epic Rail Journeys
  • Walk on the Great Wall of China
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Inclusions & Highlights
  • 15 Nights deluxe accommodations
  • 7 Nights Elegant River Cruise Accommodations
  • 9 Nights Tsar's Gold Train
  • Arrival transfer
  • All meals on River Cruise and Train
  • plus 15 breakfast, 8 lunches, 8 dinners
  • Private minivan transportation throughout
  • Walking tour of Vilnius
  • Amber museum and workshop
  • Kibinai tasting
  • Brewery tour
  • Walking tour of Riga
  • Riga market tasting tour
  • Walking tour of Parnu
  • Spa treatment
  • Tour of Tallinn
  • Peterof Park and Gardens
  • Tour of St Petersburg
  • Onboard entertainment including Russian language course and Russian songs lessons, live music concerts, dancing music in bars at nights, Captain’s bridge tour, etc.
  • Welcome Bread and Salt Ceremony
  • Captain's Welcome Cocktail
  • Captain's dinner with upscale menu
  • Visit the World-famous Hermitage Museum
  • Partake in a traditional Russian picnic
  • Kizhi Island visit
  • Visit the monastery of St Cyril-on-the-White-Lake
  • Walking tour to the Kremlin
  • Moscow City Tour
  • Vodka tasting with traditional Russian snacks
  • Entertainment program on board, including lectures on the Trans-Siberian Railway, regional geography, culture, and history of the countries you pass through along the route.
  • Doctor on board
  • Porter services at all railway stations
  • Special for Bolshoi & Bolshoi Platinum class clients: 2 main course options to choose from for lunch and dinner on board the train. Drinks are included (except for premium beverages) during meal times on board the train.
  • Moscow by Night city lights tour
  • Moscow city tour
  • Kazan tour
  • Vodka and caviar tasting
  • Bread and salt ceremony
  • Irkutsk tour
  • Picnic on Lake Baikal (weather permitting)
  • Visit Buddhist monastery of Gandan
  • Visit Lama Museum
  • Visit Mongolian Herdsman Camp
  • Highlights of Beijing tour
  • Visit the Great Wall of China
  • Visit Ming Tombs and the Avenue of the Spirits
  • Visa support documents required for the Russian, Chinese and Mongolian Visas
  • Airport Transfers
  • English speaking guides
  • Women's Travel Club leader
Itinerary
Women's Travel Club Signature Grand Journey
Day 1 - Arrive Vilnius

Welcome to The Baltics!
Upon arrival at Vilnius airport, transfer by private car or minivan to the hotel and check in. The rest of the day is at leisure.
The adventure begins tonight. Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting, but make sure you’re back in time to meet the group. After introductions, your tour leader will review the details of your tour. After the meeting we enjoy a wonderful welcome dinner together.
Accommodations - Hotel Conti

Day 2 - Vilnius

Today, a walking tour of Vilnius will be the perfect way to help you get acquainted with the baroque beauty that the town has to offer. You’ll see Old Town with St. Stanislav’s Cathedral, St. Peter and Paul Church, Old University, St. Anna’s Church and Gate of Dawn. Lithuania's capital has an Old Town of rare authenticity. Wonderfully intact, Old Town Vilnius' pebbly streets are lined with weather-worn period buildings that hide cafes, boutiques and quaint guesthouses.
Afterwards, you'll pay a visit to the Amber Museum, where you'll learn about the formation and harvesting of Baltic amber during a workshop session where you will be able to make your own amulet to take home.
Accommodations - Hotel Conti

Day 3 - Trakai - Anyksciai

Onwards from Vilnius, you'll make tracks to Trakai for a tasting of kibinai -- a local pastry delicacy. The next stop will be Anyksciai, where you'll take the time to walk the scenic treetop path before checking into our spa hotel. Our stay includes a spa treatment this evening.
Accommodations - Hotel Anyksciai Spa Vilnius

Day 4 - Birzai-Rundale-Riga

If a morning coffee fails to awaken your senses, a morning brewery tour will do the trick. You'll travel to Birzai to sample local beers and learn of the traditions here. Birzai is famous for its local brewers and has excellent beer. After lunch, you'll drive to the impressive Rundale Palace, a great example of Baroque and Rococo art, before reaching Riga tonight.
Accommodations - Hotel Monika

Day 5 - Riga

With so much to see in Latvia's capital, there is no time to waste! So, today you'll embark on a walking tour through Riga taking in the city's wooden buildings, art nouveau architecture and medieval Old Town while sampling some local delicacies along the way. Your half day tour includes the Old Town with Riga Castle, St Peter’s Church, Dome Cathedral, The Monument of Freedom, Museum of Occupations, House of Blackheads, The Opera House and the Art Noveau District. Visit to Riga Central Market, incl. degustation of Latvian local products. The rest of the day is free to relax or continue discovering this amazing town.
Accommodations - Hotel Monika

Day 6 - Parnu - Tallinn

En route to Tallinn today, you'll embark on a walking tour of Pärnu to capture the real essence of this city which is known for its neoclassical spa buildings, 19th-century timber villas and beach. Parnu is Etonia's premier seaside resort area. See the Old Town, St. Catherine’s Church and Tallin Gate. Tallin's Old Town is one of Europes most complete walled cities.
Accommodations - Hotel Kreutzwald Tallinn

Day 7 - Tallinn

The dreamy churches, zigzag streets and ancient castles of Tallinn will be on the cards today. You'll get the chance to see it all and learn about Estonia's capital. Be sure to have those cameras ready when you see Tallinn's fairytale-like Old Town, Nevsky Cathedral (entrance), Town Hall Square, The Latin Quarter, Toompea Castle.
Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure to further explore this wonderful town. Accommodations - Hotel Kreutzwald Tallinn

Day 8 - Narva - St Petersburg

Bid farewell to Tallinn today and set a course for the small town of Narva, where you'll stop for lunch at a local restaurant “Rondeel”. Estonia’s most eastern city is separated from Ivangorod in Russia by the Narva River and is almost entirely populated by Russians. The bridge at the end of the main street is the country’s principal link with Russia. Aside from its magnificent castle and baroque Old Town Hall, most of Narva’s outstanding architecture was destroyed in WWII.
Next, it'll be over the border and into Russia. On your way to St Petersburg, you'll visit Peterhof Park and Gardens.
Accommodations - Hotel St Petersburg

Day 9 - St Petersburg

St. Petersburg is an amazing city. Its imperial palaces and museums enjoy worldwide fame, while the Neva River and the many canals have deservedly given the city the title "The Venice of the North". Enjoy a sightseeing tour of St. Petersburg including the Square of Arts, the Russian Museum, the Cathedral of Our Saviour on the Spilt Blood, Griboedov canal, Nevsky prospect, the Palace Square with the Winter Palace, the spit of the Basil’s Island, the Menshikov Palace, the Senate Square, the Bronze Horseman, Peter & Paul Fortress and St. Isaac’s Cathedral
Accommodations - Hotel St Petersburg

Day 10 - St Petersburg - Embarkation

After breakfast we will transfer to the cruise port and board our ship. After you board your ship, you have the evening free to relax, enjoy dinner onboard, and meet your fellow travelers on this extraordinary adventure across Russia.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 11 - St Petersburg

St. Petersburg is one of Russia's most beautiful cities! St. Petersburg was the capital of Russia until the Revolution of 1917, but remains Russia's most dynamic and fascinating city. Today starts with a panoramic tour of the city with stops at the Nevsky Prospect, Peter and Paul Fortress, the Church of our Savior on Spilled Blood, and St. Isaac's Cathedral. Peter and Paul Fortress was designed to defend the city from naval attacks, but was used as a political prison for dissidents of the tsarist regime and as a museum during the soviet era. The fortress now stands as the tomb for the Russian imperial family. The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood was built to commemorate one of Russia's greatest emperors. Alexander II is most famous for liberating the Russian serfs two years before the abolition of slavery in the U.S. After he was assassinated, the Church of Our Savior on Spilled Blood was erected in his honor. St. Isaac's Cathedral is one of the most impressive cathedrals in Europe. Because of its rich decorations, gigantic golden cupolas, and sprawling observation deck, it is one of the most popular tourist sites in St. Petersburg.
You will also visit the world-famous Hermitage Museum inside the illustrious Winter Palace. The Hermitage Museum is to St. Petersburg what the Kremlin is to Moscow. Located in the gorgeous Winter Palace, it sits in the very heart of the city, a palace so beautiful that not even the Bolsheviks could destroy it during their takeover in 1917. They say that if you were to spend three minutes by each exhibit in the Hermitage it would take you three years to see everything. Optional for this evening: opera or ballet at Mariisnky, Mikhailovsky, the Hermitage Theater or Russian Folklore show at Nikolaevsky Palace; Rivers and Canals of St. Petersburg.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 12 - Mandrogui

Mandrogi is a small village that has no architectural wonders, castles, or impressive churches. This land seems to be immune to the flow of time, frozen in a relaxing period of carelessness and calm. Surrounded by the serenity of Mandrogi, you will have a traditional Russian picnic called Shashlik. This succulent meal has Middle Eastern roots, but has been slightly modified - beef is replaced with pork that is marinated for one night.
Tip: Mandrogi is a great place to buy souvenirs so be on the lookout especially for the authentic Russian matreshka dolls.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 13 - Kizhi

Kizhi Island on Lake Onega is home to the massive Transfiguration Church. With 22 domes that extend over this small yet picturesque island, there are two interesting facts that surround it. Despite all of its architectural wonders, not a single nail was used to build it. Also, its original location was on the mainland, closer to the people. The Bolsheviks, for all their hatred of religion, wanted to destroy the church, but did not dare to do so. They decided to transport the church to a deserted island where no one would be able to see it. That's why today it can only be reached by river cruise. You will spend this day exploring Kizhi Island and its amazing ensemble of wooden churches.
The Architectural Ensemble of the Kizhi Pogost is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 14 - Goritsy

The town of Goritsy is home to the historic Kirillo-Belozersky Monastery, built in 1397. During the Time of Trouble, Polish invaders stormed the monastery in attempt to purge Russia of its remaining nobles. Unsuccessful, they were forced out by the renewed Russian forces. You will visit the monastery of St. Cyril-on-the-White-Lake and a museum of icons.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 15 - Uglich

Located on the banks of the Volga River, Uglich presented itself as a perfect fortress of defense for the ancient Moscovy Kingdom. In 1591 the 10-year-old Prince Dmitry of the ancient Ruyrik dynasty was murdered here by Boris Godunov before Godunov claimed the throne of Russia and was murdered himself. These events plunged Russia into three decades of political turmoil known as the Time of Trouble, leaving the lands devastated and open for a new dynasty: the Romanovs. Today there will be a walking tour to the Kremlin in Uglich, also called Uglich fortress, and a visit to the small but historically significant church of St. Dmitry-on-Blood, which stands on the location of the young prince's murder. Also see the Transfiguration of the Savior cathedral.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 16 - Moscow

Welcome to Moscow, Russia's political and economic capital! Moscow was originally the center of Moscovy, a small principality that unified Russia against the Mongols in the late 14th century. Today you will go on a comprehensive Moscow city tour that will take you to the Red Square, Central Tverskaya Street, the KGB headquarters (exterior only), and the Cathedral of Christ the Savior.
Accommodations - MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

Day 17 - Moscow

Disembark after breakfast and transfer to our hotel. Time to settle in before a fabulous "Moscow by Night" city lights tour seeing some of the most iconic building lit in all their glory. After you have time to stroll through the famous Red Square with your guide and will experience the splendour of Moscow’s unique metro stations, as much art museums as public transport.
Accommodations - Hotel Intercontinental

Day 2 - Moscow - Embarkation

Today a city tour covering the most famous Moscow sights including the imposing Kremlin complex and one of its magnificent cathedrals dating back to the time of the Tsars. In the evening you will be transferred to your train for the first section of your epic rail journey overnight to Kazan.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 18 - Kazan

After breakfast in the dining car we arrive in Kazan, capital of Tatarstan province on the banks of the mighty Volga River. The city is full of history and the tour here will bring to life the once turbulent relationship between Tartars, Cossacks, and Russians. Return to your train for dinner and the overnight journey on to Ekaterinburg.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 19 - Ekaterinburg

Morning on the train before an afternoon arrival in Ekaterinburg. Much of this prosperous city was renovated in 2009 and our tour will visit the newly built Cathedral-on-the-blood, built in memorial to the tragic historical event of the murder of the Tsars and his family. On departing Ekaterinburg we leave Europe and enter Asia and the vast area of Western Siberia.
On board: Vodka & Caviar Tasting
As part of the extensive on board activities program included in this trip perhaps the most popular option is a fun-filled afternoon of vodka and caviar tasting so intrinsic to Russian life!
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 20 - Novosibirsk

Today we reach the city of Novosibirsk in the heart of Siberia where you will be welcomed in the traditional Russian manner with bread and salt. We visit a monument to the Trans-Siberian and see the mighty Ob River. After dinner the train continues its journey eastwards into remote lands.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 21 - Train across Siberia

A full day on the train through Siberia and crossing the vast Yenisey River that flows up into the arctic. The landscape is of pristine rivers, endless birch and pine forest and distant mountains. On the train there will be lectures about this fascinating and remote land. There will also be a special meal today we call the "Tsar’s Feast" and enjoy Russian hospitality with vodka and caviar tasting.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 22 - Irkutsk

Today we reach the city of Irkutsk, once described as the “Paris of Siberia” and you will see evidence of that on our city tour seeing some of the beautiful wooden architecture and impressive river front’s statue of Alexander III. We also visit the lively market. After lunch the tour continues with a visit to the open-air museum "Life and Work in the Time of the Tsars”. Tonight is spent in a centrally located hotel in Irkutsk.
Accommodations - Marriott Courtyard

Day 23 - Lake Baikal

Today a tour by bus out of Irkutsk to a Siberian village on the shore of Lake Baikal. We will take a boat ride from here to Port Baikal where your train awaits. From here we travel the old route of the Trans-Siberian along the shores of Baikal for several hours with a couple of stops to take photos. Dinner is served in typical local style as a picnic on the shores of the lake (weather permitting).
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 24 - Ulan Ude

We continue by train today along the shores of Baikal and though the Selenga valley into the beautiful and wild Eastern Siberia. On the way we stop at Ulan Ude, capital of Buryatia and a city where Western and Eastern cultures meet. Continue on by train to the Mongolian border.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 25 - Mongolia

During the night we cross the border arriving this morning in Mongolia’s capital of Ulaanbaatar. We visit the impressive Buddhist monastery of Gandan and the Lama Museum. Optional Mongolia folk concert (tickets to be bought and paid for locally) before spending the night in a centrally located hotel. *If you prefer we can book in advance to stay in a traditional Mongolian ger (must be booked in advance and please contact us for details).
Accommodations - Ramada City Centre

Day 26 - Mongolia

Today we visit the open steppe, mountains and grasslands outside of Ulaanbaatar. We visit a typical ger camp, home to the nomadic herdsmen that are still very much part of Mongolian culture. The herdsmen will give a display of their horseback skills. Return to your train in the evening for the journey onward to the Chinese border.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train

Day 27 - Gobi Desert

Travel though the Gobi Desert before reaching the Chinese border late morning.
*IMPORTANT* At the border you will need to change trains as the Chinese have a different track gauge to Russia and Mongolia and will not admit the Russian carriages. Note that the Chinese train has no Nostalgic Comfort and Bolshoi cabins - only two or 4 bed cabins. Single occupancy is not guaranteed. You will reach China’s capital Beijing in about 16 hours.
Accommodations - Tsar's Gold Train (China)

Day 28 - Bejing

The journey though China this morning gives a unique insight into the rural life of China before your arrival in Beijing where you spend the next three nights in a comfortable hotel. Free time for the rest of the day and own arrangements for dinner.
Accommodations - Capital Hotel

Day 29 - Bejing

Today you will see some of the highlights of Beijing including the Temple of Heaven and its beautiful park full of local Beijingers as well as Tiananmen Square and the extraordinary former home of the Emperors of China, the Forbidden City. Own dinner arrangements in the evening.
Accommodations - Capital Hotel

Day 30 - The Great Wall

Today we head out of the city to the mountains that contain the Great Wall. We also visit the Ming Tombs and the avenue of the spirits. Return to the city for the quintessential evening meal of Peking Duck!
Accommodations - Capital Hotel

Day 31 - Bejing - Depart

Time to say good-bye to this amazing area and fabulous friends you have made along the way. Sadly, today marks the end of a trip filled with unique and unforgettable experiences. You will be transferred to the airport for your onward journey home.

**Prices are subject to change and availability. Space is limited and activities and specific hotels are subject to change. Travel insurance is strongly recommended.

Important Details & Pricing
Rates

Category II – Classic Cabin

Double - $22,999 CAD per person (sharing a cabin)
Single - $31,299 CAD per person (your own cabin)
Deposit - Double Occ: $4195 pp - Single Occ: $5603 pp

Category III – Nostalgic Comfort

Double - $27,999 CAD per person (sharing a cabin)
Single - $40,359 CAD per person (your own cabin)
Deposit - Double Occ: $5186 pp - Single Occ: $7422 pp

Category IV – Bolshoi

Double - $33,299 CAD per person (sharing a cabin)
Single - $50,479 CAD per person (your own cabin)
Deposit - Double Occ: $6280 pp - Single Occ: $9518 pp

*IMPORTANT* At the border you will need to change trains as the Chinese have a different track gauge to Russia and Mongolia and will not admit the Russian carriages. Note that the Chinese train has no Nostalgic Comfort and Bolshoi cabins - only two or 4 bed cabins. Single occupancy is not guaranteed. You will reach China’s capital Beijing in about 16 hours.

If you would like the double occupancy rate but don't have a roommate we will match you with a suitable roommate. The single occupancy rate will give you your own room. Single occupancy very limited.

Deposit due at time of booking.

Final Payment due - March 1, 2020

*All payments are non-refundable Please see full terms and conditions.

Booking Deadline

January 9 , 2020
Book Now! Tour may fill up at any time.
Please do not book flights until after January 9, 2020 unless instructed to do so by the Women's Travel Club. If not enough ladies are booked by the release date then this tour may be cancelled. If the Women's Travel Club cancels the tour all payments made will be refunded.

Activity Level

Low Moderate Activity
This is a fairly relaxed tour. Some walking while visiting areas and a few shorter walking tours.

Group Size

Minimum - 10 ladies
Maximum - 16 ladies

Exclusions
  • International Airfare (can be arranged by WTC)
  • Visa/passport handling fees
  • Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuity
  • Optional Activities
  • Expenses of a Personal Nature
  • Early check-in and late check-out of hotel

Tour Leader

Marianne Southall
Marianne is the founder of the Women's Travel Club. She is well traveled and loves to get off the beaten path, her favorite type of tour would involve nature and animals.

Flight Information

Once your flights are booked please forward a copy of your itinerary to info@womens-travel-club.com.
A Women's Travel Club agent is available to help you book your flights. Please do not book any flights until tour is confirmed. Follow this link to a form to request flight options and quotes. A Women's Travel Club agent will send you back the recommended flight option that best suits you. We are pleased to offer a flight booking service for your tour. As quoting of flights can be a time-consuming endeavor, a service fee of $113 ($100 plus HST) will apply.

Arrive to Vilnius
Depart from St Petersburg

Flight Quote

Travel Insurance:

Out of country medical insurance is required. We strongly recommend that you obtain cancellation and interruption insurance to protect your investment.
Use this link to request an insurance quote.
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Accommodations
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Hotel Conti

The overall atmosphere of the hotel is in its architectural elements, the classically elegant interior, colours and good aura that reflect the spirit of the Old Town. You will have a spectacular panoramic view of Vilniusthrough the windows of the rooms.

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Hotel Anyksciai Spa

Hotel Anyksciai is a lovely 4-star hotel in Anyksciai, close to the Šventoji River. It offers a spa centre with an indoor pool with mineral water, a sauna and a hot tub.

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Hotel Monika Centrum

The hotel Monika Centrum Hotels in Riga is located in the cultural and historical centre of Riga. Enjoy larger, well appointed rooms with wifi and air conditioning.

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Hotel Kreutzwald Tallinn

A beautiful 4-star hotel in the centre of Tallinn, about a 10 minute walk from the Old Town and just a stone’s throw away from the main attractions. The hotel is located in a historical limestone building

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Hotel Saint Petersburg

Centrally located on Pirogov Embankment, Saint Petersburg Hotel offers great views of Saint Petersburg and the Neva River. It is known for spacious and more modern rooms.

MS Mstislav Rostropovich Category C+

This luxurious four-deck vessel, built in Czechoslovakia in 1980, and fully refurbished in 2009 is a spacious luxuriously appointed vessel to enjoy your journey between St Petersburg and Moscow. Mstislav Rostropovich - which is named after a famous Russian cellist and conductor - offers all outside cabins. Our cabins are the Deluxe Twin/Double Middle Deck with Balcony.

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Hotel Intercontinental Moscow

Putting you in the vibrant heart of the city, InterContinental® Moscow Tverskaya is just 500 metres from four metro stations and near the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia. It's a 15-minute walk to the historic Kremlin and less than two-kilometres to the stunning performances at the Bolshoi Theatre.

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Tsar's Gold Train - Category II Classic Cabin

Category II Classic has two adjacent berths (Classic 187 x 68cm). Classic cabins have a table, luggage storage above the door, centrally controlled air conditioning and shared toilet facilities at the end of each carriage. Clients also have access to shower facilities elsewhere on the train.

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Tsar's Gold Train - Category III Nostalgic Comfort

This popular category consists of compartments with modern facilities yet beautifully decorated to give the feeling of a bygone era of luxury rail travel. Compartments are 43 square feet / 4 meters squared. There are two berths, one upper and one lower (both 185 x 80 cm), with the upper berth able to be fold up when not in use. Your compartment shares a basic shower and basin with an adjacent compartment. Shared toilets are located at both ends of the carriage. In addition each cabin has their own air-conditioning controls, luggage storage under the bed and a small armchair.

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Tsar's Gold Train - Category IV Bolshoi

These luxury cabins have 2 berths, one upper 174 x 80 cm and one lower 184 x 110 cm and are 60 square feet / 5.57 square meters with an ensuite bathroom containing a toilet, basin and integrated shower with a curtain. Each Bolshoi class carriage has 6 of these cabins and clients dine in their own dining car (shared with Bolshoi Platinum cabin members) with a choice of 2 main courses during lunch and dinner. In addition, each cabin has remote controlled air conditioning, small wardrobes for storage, DVD / CD player and a small couch. There are a limited number of these cabins so booking as early as possible is advised.

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Marriott Courtyard Irkutsk

With beautifully appointed accommodation and outstanding service, the Courtyard Irkutsk City Center provides a relaxed home away from home for both business and leisure travelers.

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Ramada City Centre Mongolia

Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter hotel is known for elegance and fine service. They offer a very convenient location in the center of town, near the Gandantegchilen Monastery, several businesses, and many local sights and attractions that underscore the rich nature and beauty of the region.

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Capital Hotel Beijing

Capital Hotel is graceful with landscaped gardens and traditional Chinese furnishings. Although it dwells in bustling area, the hotel never misses serenity and tranquility to make the guests relaxed and enjoyable.

Extra Hotel Nights

Often ladies will book a night at the first hotel prior to the tour. This gives them a chance to relax after a long flight and settle in before the tour starts. Let us know if you would like pricing and information on the hotel.
Follow this link to request pre or post tour hotel nights.

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