Motorcycle Tour
Trans-Siberia Vladivodstok - Moscow

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Come with us on a journey to the greatest country on earth! A tour of superlatives: 25 days. Ten thousand kilometers. 8 time zones. Two continents. The highlights: Moscow, Novosibirsk, Ural Mountains, Taiga, Lake Baikal, Far East. Everyone should do this tour at least once in their life.


per person in single room standard, rider with own bike €6,500.00 $7,230.98 ?
per person in single room standard, rider incl. BMW F700GS €9,950.00 $11,068.96 ?
per person in single room standard, rider incl. BMW F800GS €9,950.00 $11,068.96 ?
per person in single room standard, rider incl. BMW R1200GS €10,450.00 $11,625.19 ?
per person pillion/us in double room with rider €4,990.00 $5,551.17 ?


Overnight stays with breakfast in hotels of the good and upper middle class (Transsibieren partly also simpler hotels)
Motorcycle rental (depending on booking): BMW F700GS / F800GS / R1200GS (incl. fully comprehensive insurance with € 1,000 deductible (R1200GS € 1,500 SB), petrol)
Tour guide on motorcycle english speaking
Support vehicle
Admissions attractions according to tour description
Assistance with visa procurement
Not included features
Flights: We can offer these optionally.
Motorcycle clothing and protective equipment.
meals other than breakfast
Visa fees
Expenditure for personal needs
furthermore all services which are not explicitly listed as included services
Also not included, but strongly recommended: Travel insurance with cancellation protection. (Foreign health insurance for Russia mandatory!)

More details

Individual appointments are possible on request. Also German led.
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. We will gladly provide binding information upon request.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Picturesque villages and landscapes and Russian cuisine. Just a dream!!!

The legend. Vladivostok-Moscow. A tour of superlatives: 28 days. Ten thousand kilometers. 8 time zones. Two continents.

The highlights: Moscow, Novosibirsk, Ural Mountains, Taiga, Lake Baikal, Far East, Pacific Ocean. Minimum number of participants: 2 riders.

Everyone should do this tour at least once in their life.

Day 01: Arrival in Vladivostok

After the plane has landed safely in Vladivostok and you have moved into your room, you can acclimatize a little before the first tour meeting takes place. Here you can get details about the itinerary, the route and general information about rules and customs in Russia. You get the motorcycles and can make last preparations.

During dinner at a local seafood restaurant you will have the opportunity to taste original sea crabs and you will have the chance to ask any further questions about the tour.

Day 02: Vladivostok

After breakfast we start for a city tour. Among other things we see the seaport, the dyke, the bridge to Russkiy Island, the local pedestrian zone and many other interesting places. We have time to change money, get local sim cards and prepare the bikes for the trip.

Day 03: Vladivostok - Khabarovsk 750 km

Khabarovsk is probably the most beautiful city in the Asian part of the Trans-Siberian route. The Amur reaches one of its widest points, the hills are beautiful and there is an abundance of forests. In the city there are numerous Chinese markets and restaurants and we have the opportunity to try them.

Day 04: Khabarovsk - Blagoveshchensk 700 km

Blagoveshchensk is the fifth largest city in the Far East. It was founded in the middle of the 19th century to protect the borders of the Russian Empire. The Amur River forms the border between Russia and China. The locals often go to China to drink Chinese beer, buy souvenirs and have a leisurely lunch. After all, China is only half an hour away.

Day 05: Blagoveshchensk - Yerofey Pavlovic 560 km

The city is named after the famous Russian entrepreneur, traveller and explorer Yerofey Pavlovitch. In the 17th century he mapped the river Amur and built a fortress nearby, but unfortunately it has not been preserved.

Day 06: Yerofey Pavlovich - Chita 780 km

Chita, is the city to which the Decembrists (also: Decembrists - noble revultionaries) were deported after the attempted uprising of 1825.

Day 07: Chita

Rest day in Chita. If you like you can visit the famous museum of the Decembrists.

Day 08: Chita - Ulan-Ude 640 km

Ulan-Ude was a Mongolian city a long time ago and is now part of Russia. It is home to numerous peoples: Buryats, Barguzin Jews, Evenks, Mestizos. There are many Buddhist temples in the city. In the restaurants we will have the opportunity to taste traditional local dishes and the "Baikal-Omul".

Day 09: Ulan-Ude - Listvyanka / Lake Baikal540 km

The road to Ulan-Ude leads along the shore of Lake Baikal. Today we experience the largest and one of the purest lakes in the world.

Day 10: Listvyanka / Lake Baikal

After breakfast we will visit Baikal Museum and Cherskogo Peak, from where we can admire Lake Baikal from a height of 728 m. Before we go on a boat trip across the lake, we mingle with the people of the local market place.

Day 11: Listvyanka - Tulun 450 km

On the way to Tulun we see many small villages and make some stops. One of the most interesting places we get to know on this route is the Taishet Bike Guesthouse. We spend the night in a country hotel with Russian Banya on the banks of the river.

Day 12: Tulun - Krasnoyarsk 650 km

Krasnoyarsk is situated on the Yenisei River, one of the longest rivers in the world. We move into our hotel and explore the city centre on foot. On the way we will eat in a local restaurant and go to bed early. We'll have to make a good walk tomorrow.

Day 13: Krasnoyarsk

Our motorcycles will be serviced and we will make a trip to the Krasnoyarsk National Park "Stolby". We spend at least half a day hiking and climbing in the hills and mountains and get a deep impression of the Russian taiga. Our dinner in the cozy restaurant with local cuisine will surely be a special treat.

Day 14: Krasnoyarsk - Kemerovo 540 km

We spend the night in Kemerovo, an industrial town, but clean and quiet. In the city centre we will visit a beautiful dike at the Tom and numerous monuments

Day 15: Kemerovo - Novosibirsk 300 km

A peaceful and beautiful road awaits us to Novosibirsk, the largest city on the Trans-Siberian route. Today Novosibirsk is the third largest city in Russia and the cultural and scientific capital of Siberia. In the evening we will walk to collect some impressions of this city.

Day 16: Novosibirsk - Omsk 650 km

A quiet road to Omsk awaits us. On our way we visit Ishim, a small town with preserved 19th century architecture. In Omsk we take a walk through the city and visit the most important sights.

Day 17: Omsk - Tyumen 630 km

We ride to Tyumen, which we reach early in the evening. We will check in, park our bikes in the parking lot and explore Tyumen on foot. On the dike and pedestrian bridge we will walk across the Tura River and visit the Znamenskiy Cathedral. We will also take a bath in the hot springs in the city centre and then have dinner in a nearby restaurant.

Day 18: Tyumen - Yekaterinburg 450 km

The journey continues in the direction of Yekaterinburg. Past the city of Karabash with its Mars like hills and ditches and past the city of Kysthym, which is surrounded by mountains and blue lakes. In Yekaterinburg we will have lunch and go on a city tour.

Day 19: Yekaterinburg

We sleep in late and enjoy the morning at leisure. In the afternoon we will take a walk through the city with a local guide.

Day 20: Yekaterinburg - Izvhevsk 710 km

Today will be a long riding day with many picturesque roads, oil production facilities and agricultural areas. In Izvhevsk we stay in a "very local" hotel with interesting and delicious regional food.

Day 21: Izvhevsk - Kazan 350 km

Over well developed side roads and short stretches of dirt roads we ride to Kazan the Muslim capital and one of the most beautiful cities of the country. We will visit the Kremlin in Kazan, which is Russia's second largest Kremlin after Moscow and dates from the 10th century.

Day 22: Kazan - Nizhny Novgorod 460 km

One of the last riding days lies ahead of us. On the way we stop in Kozmodemjansk to visit the ethnographic museum. In Nizhni Novgorod we will take a walk along the Volga dyke and visit the Kremlin.

Day 23: Niznhny Novgorod - Moscow 550 km

Today we ride through Vladimir and Susdal to Moscow. In Vladimir we visit the Cathedral of the Assumption, an architectural wonder of the 12th century.

Day 24: Moscow

A sightseeing tour of Moscow: the Red Square, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the Kremlin, the Moscow metro (sometimes called "the underground museum"), the Arbat street (often called "Old Arbat") and many other attractions are on the program.

Day 25: Journey home

After a very special journey, the time comes to say goodbye and all participants set off for home. We hope that you were so enthusiastic about Russia and the legend "Trans-Siberia" that one day you will come back for another tour and tell you "Do svidaniya" - goodbye - in Russia.