The Trans-Siberian Mongolian Route with Naadam Festival: Westbound

The Trans-Siberian Mongolian Route with Naadam Festival: Westbound

From the Mongolian steppe to the Siberian taiga to the Moscow Kremlin, this private train journey celebrates three different cultures – that of the Mongolian nomad, drawn to the capital, Ulaanbaatar, for the celebrated Naadam Festival; the Baikal Siberian, proud heir of Cossacks, indigenous Buryats and czarist political exiles; and the modern Muscovite, hailing a taxi in front of an 800-year-old palace. Visit four UNESCO World Heritage Sites along the rail line and join the crowd in Ulaanbaatar singing the praises of the country’s best in wrestling, archery and horse racing. An eastbound Moscow to Ulaanbaatar departure is also available. Read More


Russian Winter Wonderland

Russian Winter Wonderland

Nobody loves New Year’s Eve like the Russians do – it’s the most festive holiday of the year, with parties, presents, and champagne toasts. This celebratory tour revolves around New Year’s in glorious St. Petersburg, with Moscow merrymaking and a visit to 12th century Suzdal to round out the festivities, admiring ancient churches and enjoying a traditional sleigh ride.Read More


Christmas Traditions of Poland

Christmas Traditions of Poland

Celebrate the heartfelt holiday traditions of Poland, wandering Krakow’s brilliant Christmas Market and joining a Polish family in their Warsaw home for the intimate Christmas Eve feast called Wigilia, where you can sample 12 different traditional dishes. This wintry journey brings you close to the warm heart of Poland’s long-standing customs.Read More