Trans-Siberian Railway Tickets Moscow–>Ulan Bator-Peking / Tokyo / Wladiwostok

12.07.15

GERMANY

1st class global pass

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valid 30 days in all trains without supplement, also ICE

offer ends 13.09.15

1 person EUR 4 4 9.-

2 persons EUR 6 6 9.-

North Korea new special offer from 06-23-15:

2 X per month, this is the longest train journey on earth, not the Trans-Siberian Railway to Wladiwostok.

Take the train 100 Moscow – Wladiwostok and stay in the coach heading to Pjoengyang directly.

Train 100 will be split in Ussurysk, that’s only 2 hours ahead of Wladiwostok.

Special visa requirements apply. We support EU-citizens and many others but unfortunately NOT

people with US, Israel passports.

For complete timetables 2015, videos, all fares please go to http://transsibirischeeisenbahn.me/transsib-tickets-generell/ and then use the Google translator on left side.

FOR LADIES ONLY: 2015 from June to October –> most romantic cities of Europe, Venice and St. Petersburg, linked by train in 1st class complete compartment with private butler, champagne and bath at $1.111 or 2nd class complete compartment with bath and 24/24 hrs service at $777. Starting each Wednesday from Venice and each Saturday from St. Petersburg. In St. Petersburg we offer luxury palace hotel built XVIII. century in the middle of down-town at $1.990 per night.

Venice

Venice

TRANS-SIBERIAN RAILWAY with connecting trains from London and Paris to Wladiwostok plus ferry boat to Japan. Offer valid from 03.06. – 22.12.2015. Ask us for details! -Paris-Moscow Trans-Siberian Railway–>Wladiwostok- ferry  -in couchette cars, ferry deck C – GBP 1.265 -in 2nd class four persons sleeping cars, ferry deck B – GBP 1.985 -in 1st class two persons sleeping cars, ferry deck A – GBP 2.995.

Palace Hotel Taleon Imperial, St. Petersburg

Palace Hotel Taleon Imperial, St. Petersburg

Trans-Siberian Railway latest offers valid 14.09. – 24.12.15, all in EUR: MOSCOW-WLADIWOSTOK INCLUDING SLEEPING CAR 5 8 3.–, 15.06. – 30.09.15 SUPPLEMENT 144.- Moscow – Wladiwostok couchette 298.-, 15.06. – 30.09.15 supplement 86.- MOSCOW-PEKING INCLUDING SLEEPING CAR 6 8 3.–. Should you seek full information with pics of booking classes, all timetables 2015, inter-active video inside running train etc. go to www.transsibirischeeisenbahn.me Moscow-Peking 1st class 1.015.- MOSCOW-CHINESE BORDER ZABAIKALSK-MANZHOULI OR BLAGOVESCHTSCHENSK-HEIHE INCLUDING SLEEPING CAR 4 9 9.–

Irkutsk Transsib

close to Irkutsk with 2 locomotives

Backpackers – always bear in mind that buying Mongolian and Chinese train tickets at the counter is not a big thing; however, should you be tough enough to acquire tickets for the Trans-Siberian Railway in Russia be ready to queue up for hours expecting not 1 word of English. Trains of the Trans-Siberian Railway are often sold out months before. However, if you have the luck to catch one of the last tickets be sure it’ll be directly at the men’s / women’s room which is an extremely bad experience. The Russians are clever enough to ignore those places in all circumstances. After leaving the Trans-Siberian Railway either at Ulan Ude (Trans-Mongolian Railway starts there) or at Tchita (Trans-Manchurian Railway beginning) you enter Mongolia or China. Should you intend to choose the way through Mongolia, which we advise, backpackers travel ACAP as follows: Travelers to China are urgently advised to avoid over-prized trains starting at Ulan Bator Thursday and Sunday respectively. Ticket-scalpers at Ulan Bator will charge you 300% or 400%, a normal sleeping car ticket to Peking will cost you $500 – $600. Take daily local train instead in the morning for as low as $15 to reach the border-city Zamin Uud. Cross the border by mini-cab and reach China’s city Erlian. Take frequent buses to Peking for about $40.

booking tickets in Russia

Trans-Siberian Railway tickets at cost:

MOSCOW – PEKING EUR 392.- with 1 change at the border. Couchette and reservations included.

If you need all timetables and a complete summary about current fares, please go to www.transsibirischeeisenbahn.me <GERMAN>

If you need more detailed information, here we go:

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Backpackers – always bear in mind that buying Mongolian and Chinese train tickets is not a big thing; however, should you be tough enough to acquire tickets for the Trans-Siberian Railway in Russia be ready to queue up for hours expecting not 1 word of English. Trains of the Trans-Siberian Railway are sold out months before. However, if you have the luck to catch one of the last tickets be sure it’ll be directly at the men’s / women’s room which is an extremely bad experience. The Russians are clever enough to ignore those places in all circumstances.

Information about traveling Kamtschatka, Tommot, the diamond-digger camps in Siberia, Oimjakon <coldest place of inhabited world>, Altai, Lake Baikal must get renewed upon each single request because of changing weather conditions, unability of the administrations there etc – so get us a little time…

14.02.15– – 1 ticket = 14.858 km. Stopovers free. Travel from Sotschi at the Black Sea to world-famous St. Petersburg. Then to the Gulag Vorkuta. Turn back to the civilisation and reach Moscow. Enter the Trans-Siberian Railway for the complete 9.288 km, resting at Lake Baikal. Finally reach the Pacific Ocean at Vladivostok.– This cost you a fortune? But no. Including all couchette coaches’ supplements EUR 882.- / USD 1.067. Validity of ticket: 30 days. Also higher classes available.

Dear Traveler,

we must admit the Russian train booking system is a sophisticated one – also the Russian version of Mr. Sixpack doesn’t know the details. There are 4 classes of trains, 7 categories of coaches, 41 different seasonal tariffs, plus ups and downs of the Rubel and supplements / discounts respectively on selected trains of the Trans-Siberian Railway, BAM and all other Russian trains..

Exactly this chaos, triggered by Russian apparatschicks, makes it easy for ticket-scalpers to charge you much more than the real fares are in truth. This prevents many travelers from visiting the biggest country on earth, facing prices sky-rocketing.  Train traveling, especially with the Trans-Siberian Railway, in Russia is easy, comfortable, a bit slow, punctual <!>, affordable and safe.

And: should you pay with credit card, look exactly who is behind the name of the website. Insist on real names of real persons, full address and a non-cell phone number.

Prices will be 25%  higher when you start in May later than 09.05.14 and they reach the years’ peak between Juli 15 and September 2. Up from September 3 there will be a discount of about 20% in all booking classes. Up from October 1 there will be a further reduction of the reduced fares etc.

Moscow – Peking will cost you $775 via Ulan Bator and $811 via Manzhouli.

For BAM connections and all other itineraries please check our main site.

Please note: depending on the places and number of stopovers you make, the fare is getting higher because for the first 3.000 km you always pay the maximum price.

Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us should questions arise!

Best regards,

TRANSSIB REISEN ST. PETERSBURG

transsib@hotmail.de

http://www.transsibirischeeisenbahn.me <main website, German>

Tel. + 7 90959 1010-1

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