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20 February, 2020

Great Stopovers When Travelling From Vladivostok To Moscow

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Travelling on the famous Trans-Siberian Railway is on most people’s bucket list and if you are planning to ride on this epic train, there are some amazing stopovers, especially on the route between Vladivostok and Moscow, and in this article, we will take a look at some of the best.

Ulan Ude

The city sits on the Uda and the Selenga Rivers, which feed the huge Lake Baikal, some 100kms away and it has a unique blend of eastern and Asian culture. One major feature for tourists is the Ethnographic open-air museum, and if you are in this enchanting city, you simply must see the Odigitrievsky Cathedral, which was built in the 18th century.


Khabarovsk

This city is approximately 700km from Vladivostok and sits on the banks of the Amur River, with many interesting sights for tourists to explore, which include the Military Museum, the only one in the Far East of Russia. The Vladivostok to Moscow train is a regular service, so you can re-join when you have spent enough time in this unique city and continue your journey west to Moscow.

Irkutsk

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This city has some interesting architecture and is only 60km from Lake Baikal , which is the biggest body of freshwater in the world and a great place to base for a day or two while you explore the western side of the lake.

Listvyanka

The ideal place to stay while you enjoy the beautiful Lake Baikal, this small town has a very welcoming atmosphere and is a popular tourist destination for eastern Russians and foreign tourists alike. You can go horse riding along the banks of the lake and through the forests, or take a ride in one of the fishing boats, and even try your hand at fishing.

Ekaterinburg

This city separates the European and Asian sectors of Russia and is a must-see if you are travelling on the Trans-Siberian route. One sight to include is the Antei Tower, which gives you a panoramic view of the city, while Chekist Town is another popular sightseeing destination, which is made up of simple constructivist buildings from the 1930s era.

Vladimir

Vladimir is a small but ancient city in the Golden Ring, and the Golden Gates are really something. Created in the 12th century, the gates were built to keep out invaders. The city itself has many places of interest for the traveller.

If you are thinking of taking a trip on the famous Trans-Siberian Railway, search online for an established tour specialist and they can help you to plan the perfect holiday. The journey from Vladivostok to Moscow covers 9,000km and offers the traveller some unique opportunities to explore some of the best towns and cities along the way.

Spring or autumn are the best times for travelling on this route, as you avoid the heat of the summer and the bitter cold of the Siberian winter. With a leading tour operator at your disposal, you can enjoy the wonders of Russia without having to deal with the details.

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