Travel the Silk Road with rail packages for Russia and China

RUSSIAN travel experts Beyond Travel have introduced a new brochure to their collection, specialising in independent rail packages to assist you in creating your dream legendary rail journey including Trans-Mongolian, Trans-Siberian and the Silk Road.

The new packages will help Australian travellers build their own rail holiday with the help of expert staff to advise on how to create a package that works logistically and includes all your holiday ambitions.

A typical sample package is the Trans-Mongolian 12-day itinerary.

It travels from Beijing to Moscow, with ample leisure time in Beijing, Ulaan Baatar, Irkutsk and Moscow.

There is also the option of an add-on sightseeing package from $240 per person with city tours in each of the previously mentioned cities.

Priced from $1995 per person twin share, it includes all second class rail tickets, three star hotel accommodation with daily breakfast and railway station transfers.

For other rail options contact Beyond Travel on 1300 363 554 or email


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