Moscow offers a splendid variety of cultural sights, such as the Kremlin, the Red Square, St. Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonossov University, the reconstructed Cathedral of Christ the Savior, the former KGB headquarters and the White House, all of which are part of your itinerary.
Feel the Breath of History
Stand right where the last Tsar and his family were shot by the Bolsheviks in 1918. Today, the Church on Blood is a monumental reminder of their tragic fate.
Siberia and Lake Baikal
The Largest Lake in the World
The breathtaking train ride along the banks of Lake Baikal and the barbecue in these incredibly beautiful surroundings are memories that will last forever.
Ever Swim in Near-Freezing Water?
Legend has it that those who take a swim in Lake Baikal's icy water will come out 10 years younger. If you don't like cold water, there is another way you can make yourself feel younger: fulfil your childhood dream and ride with the engineer of the Tsar's Gold private train!
Not far from the bustle of the Mongolian capital, peace and harmony are to be found in the majestic scenery of the Mongolian Alps with their bizarre rock formations and infinite pastures. For nature lovers, we offer the unique chance to spend the night under the clearest of skies in the comfort of a traditional nomadic yurt.
A City Like No Other
Beijing Bird’s Nest (the National Stadium), and its futuristic skyscrapers are modern-day icons of the Chinese capital. They stand side by side with a multitude of cultural heritage sites like the Great Wall, the Ming Tombs and the Spirit Way.