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The Frosty Flyer

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Czas trwania
19
Początek
St. Petersburg
Koniec
Beijing
Group size
12 people maximum. Big enough to form a posse, small enough to give you space.
A frosty foray into the winter wonderland of Russia that fuels everyone’s imagination so wrap up for this Siberian adventure from Beijing to St. Petersburg covering 8,515 km.
You’ll witness pristine snowy landscapes in Mongolia, try dog sledding with your friends, go ice-skating in Moscow and follow the sound of sleigh bells across Siberia. Hearty soups and a few nips of vodka will keep you warmed from the inside.
Itinerary

The Frosty Flyer

Day 1: St. Petersburg

Arrive in St. Petes and meet your fellow adventurers. Perhaps begin with a wander along the frozen Neva river or canals - parents will be teaching their little ones to skate on the picturesque waterways that weave through the city. Descend into underground palaces on the metro and find yourself surrounded by marble pillars, ornate chandeliers and classical frescos. Stroll down Nevsky Prospect, and take in the magnificence of the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood. Visit the Hermitage Museum, in the suitably named Winter Palace, for a taste of Tsar life.
Get immersed in the thriving culture as you discover an experimental art scene, cosy wine bars, great tea houses and a multicultural food offering, then party all night in live music venues and pulsating clubs. A local punk musician recently summed up the scene by saying "in a city of three revolutions, you’re bound to get a fourth".

Day 2: St. Petersburg & Moscow

Enjoy the day exploring this marvellous city before taking your first overnight train to Moscow. Get to know your group better over a few beers in the dining car and plan what you’d like to do once in Moscow.

Day 3: Moscow

See the candy coloured domes of St Basil’s sugarcoated under a dusting of snow - it’ll make you feel like you’ve wandered into the scene of a movie. Ask your Honcho about when the markets are on that you can find in Gorky Park, Red Square, and Sokolniki over the festive period. Take the palatial metro to VDNH Park for a skate around ice sculptures under light shows. You could even take in an ice-hockey game at CSKA Palace. If the cold gets a bit bitey, head to Tverskaya Street and hunker down in one of the cosy cafes and restaurants that line the street. Sample some hearty local food with a synonymous accompaniment, vodka.

Days 4-7: Trans Siberian Railway

Sit back and relax as you span Siberia. Settle into life onboard as you contemplate what you’ve discovered so far, and what you want to experience next. Push yourself to communicate with Russian travellers, learn some new words and get inventive with sign language. You’ll find yourself laughing with locals over shared snacks in no time. Hop off at stations along the way to sample food from babushkas. Check how long the train is stopping first though as you don’t want to be standing on an icy platform in a blizzard waving goodbye to your group.

Days 8-9: Lake Baikal

Settle into your shore-side home at Lake Baikal. You may see the waters frozen solid, or with a few floating icebergs, either way the waters will be sparkling in the winter sunlight. The lake stretches on to an infinite horizon, no wonder ancient Chinese travellers called it ‘the North Sea’. The crystalline ice-sheet is filled with interesting patterns of bubbles and waves as the water froze in time. Walk, drive and hover over the ice, try ice fishing, dog-sledding or snowmobiling before getting blood back into your extremities in a traditional banya (a steamy sauna with an optional birch branch bashing).

Day 10: Irkutsk

The cultural capital of Siberia, Irkutsk began life as a winter outpost for tea and fur traders. It expanded during Russia’s revolutions as opposing elites and intellectuals were exiled here. During this time, a signature style of architecture decorated the city in wooden latticework. Today, Irkutsk is a bustling university town so take a wander and enjoy your final day in Russia.

Day 11: Trans Mongolian Railway

All aboard the Trans Mongolian line, leaving behind the silvery taiga for the vast white steppe. Keep cosy on board and mingle with locals in the dining car.

Day 12: Ulaanbaatar

Welcome to Mongolia! Head to the Zaisan Memorial to get a great view over the sprawling capital. A skyline of Soviet blocks, Buddhist temples and ger suburbs ringed by empty grasslands for hundreds of miles in every direction. See the ruby-robed monks at Gandantegchinlen monastery, a name which translates to ‘the great place of complete joy’, or get a taste for the life of a Khan with a visit to the Winter Palace of Bogd Khan, one of the only historical attractions in Mongolia that the Soviets or Mongol communists didn’t destroy. As an introduction to the region and the national psyche, perhaps visit The National History Museum before you head into the wilderness.

Days 13-14: Terelj National Park

Once in the domain of the nomads, settle into ger life. The roaring potbelly stove or heated floors will keep the tent cosy, a wonderful place to return to after a walk in the wilderness or an afternoon tobogganing across the sparkling terrain. It’s here you can try cooking traditional buuz, a meaty dumpling, or sample some fermented mare’s milk - a great way to beat the winter chill.

Day 15: Ulaanbaatar

We leave the white expanse for the glow of the city. We’ll take a detour on the way to the train to visit the man himself - the mighty Genghis Khan! An artistic masterpiece, his chrome enormity gleaming in the white light of winter. Ask your Honcho to take you out for a Mongolian feast and sample the local IPA.

Day 16: Trans Mongolian Railway

Sit back, relax and watch the magical landscapes transform from your window. Look out for Bactrian camels and yaks, their winter coats visible against the snowy steppe. Keep your eyes peeled for nomadic settlements, smoke rising from each tent as families stay warm inside. Soon we’ll be crossing the third border and immersing ourselves in a new culture.

Days 17-19: Beijing

Congratulations, you’ve just completed 8,515 km over icy tundra and three diverse snow-covered countries. Let’s celebrate in Beijing! Check out the Forbidden City for a window into Imperial times, sink your teeth into Chinese culture with a visit to Tiananmen Square or discover the ancient hutong neighbourhoods. Hutongs were first established during the Yuan Dynasty when Kublai Khan had his capital here. Warm up over a steamy bowl bursting with exotic spices in one of the many colourful markets or neon-lit laneways. A day exploring the Great Wall is a must. Pick the section you’d prefer, from cable cars and toboggans (Mutianyu), ancient battle sites (Gubeikou), the steepest incline (Jiankou), the most picturesque section (Jinshanling or Huangyaguan), lit up at night (Simatai), or where the wall meets the sea (Shanhai Pass). Decisions, decisions.

What's Included

All train tickets
Visa support & destination information
Shared accommodation (7 hostel nights, 2 nights at ger camp, 2 nights at a Siberian guesthouse, 7 nights on the train (4-berth))
Honchos throughout your journey, however, with no pre-arranged sightseeing, you have complete freedom to roam. Stay with your group or explore on your own.
All arrival transfers once you have joined the group *

* Arrival transfer on Day 1 and departure transfer at the end of your itinerary are not included.
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What is included in the price?

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Activities

Your honcho can organise snowy winter activities like ice skating, snowboarding, skiing and snowmobiling. Skijoring might sound crazy, maybe it is, or maybe it will be the highlight of your trip. It’s simple - just snap on a couple of skis, harness yourself to a few speedy dogs and yell out 'Davai' (Russian for "go"). Then hold on for your life as you carve across snowy Siberian fields at speeds very few have ever experienced. Sure beats a day at the office!

Accomodation

On the Train
Sleeping compartments are usually four-share with two upper and two lower bunks - depending on the group size you could be sharing with fellow Vodkatrainers or other travellers along the way. You’ll find clean bedding, reading lights, a big window, a small table and enough room for a rucksack or two, perfect for when you need a moment’s rest. All carriages have boiling water, attendants and washrooms, but no showers - that’s a luxury to look forward to once you disembark. If you wish to have more privacy, ask your travel advisor for an upgrade to 2-berth (1st class) compartment at an extra cost.

Off the Train
Other accommodation may include ger camps in Mongolia. These are traditional nomadic homes that are sure to become one of your journey highlights. They tend to be multi-share and mixed-sex so grab your new besties and enjoy the nomadic vibes together. Hostels, hotels and guesthouses we stay at are clean, close to transport and provide legendary hospitality. We’ll do our best to pair couples, but it can’t be guaranteed so sometimes you’ll be sharing with fellow Vodkatrainers of the same sex. If you wish to have more privacy, ask your travel advisor for an upgrade to a private room at an extra cost.

Local transport

The public scheduled trains and buses are basic but comfortable and offer a window into real life. Most locals won’t be going the same distance as you, so you’ll meet a marvellous mix along the way. Don't be afraid to say hello!

Meals

In keeping with the budget-friendly policy and adding flexibility to your trip, there are no meals included in your Vodkatrain journey. Your options while on the rails include a restaurant car *, buying food from the "Babushkas" (grandmothers) on the platforms (just make sure you check the hygiene situation before handing over the cash) and self-catering. In general just follow the simple travellers' food rule - peel it, cook it or wash it, and you should be good.

* The train from Ulaanbaatar to Irkutsk (and vice versa) does not have a restaurant car. There are also few opportunities to buy food on the platforms so you will need to buy enough food for the journey before you board the train.

Please be aware

With you for the whole journey, your Honcho is a local legend who will help you hit the highlights and discover some hidden gems. They’ll also take care of the train tickets and make sure you’re where you need to be, when you have somewhere to be. If you prefer to do things your own way, that’s fine, too.

Honchos can show you the iconic sights and then take you behind the scenes for a real taste of local life. They’re under 35, speak excellent English and love their job because they get to meet people from all over the world. You might be comfortable dropping an "una cerveza por favour" in Spain, but do you know how to ask for directions in Russian or find the right bus in Mongolia? Your Honcho will not only help you with the logistics of travelling in a distant land but let you feel the pulse of a city through local gems not yet listed in the guidebooks.

- Honchos are with you for the entire journey (even on the train).
- They’ll help you get your bearings. Need to find an ATM, no worries. Want to try a local beer. Easy.
- They’ll take you where you want to go and places you haven’t even heard of.
- They will not take you to endless souvenir shops or their cousin’s restaurant - unless you want that.
- There’s no pressure to hang out with a Honcho if you’d rather do your own thing.
- They’re available from 09:00 to 21:00, but can often be coerced to stay out late for a drink or two.
- When it comes time to leave, and you’re nursing a post-vodka hangover, they’ll make sure you get on the right train at the right time for stress-free travel.

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