Trans-Siberian Express with Baykal's mirror

Trans-Siberian Express and Baykal's mirror:
Shams, lake of legends Baykal, 600 is a nature monument in the Siberian region of Russia. Between the high mountains, the biggest freshwater source of the earth is covered with ice until the end of April. July, August comes to life in nature; shores turn into heaven. The most beautiful scenery of the Trans-Siberian Railway is on the 250 kilometer on the southern shore of the lake.
We arrived at Baykal's shore on the 8th day of our train journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Brazil, Australia, Germany, the Netherlands, the USA, France and Turkey were 172 passengers on board. We were 5200 kilometers from Moscow, where we left, and 2400 kilometers from Beijing, where we will end the expedition. We watched Volga from the Kremlin of Kazan, crossed the Ob River in Novosibirsk and admired the wooden houses of small villages in the forests at the outskirts of the city. We went on a boat tour on the magnificent Yenisei River of 5539 kilometers in Krasnoyarsk and passed under the bridge, which is photographed in 10 rubles banknotes. We saw many lakes and streams along the way. In front of us were Mongolia's rivers, lush plains, Gobi Desert, China's emperor valley. However, we all knew that Baykal was different. It was the peak of our trip…
UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE LIST
It was a Saturday, in late August, when the temperature approached 30 degrees. There was no single cloud in the deep blue sky. The previous evening, we got off the train in Irkutsk and spent the night at a hotel on the opposite bank of the Angara River. In the morning, we reached the lake in 1,5 hours by following the valley where the river came out of Baykal by creating mountains. As our bus descended from the hills on the asphalt road, like the cream that passes through the cedar forests, we were listening to the Baikal miracles described by our guide Ludmila Şevelyova: the volume of bee fresh water distilled, 20% of the fresh water resources on earth, the waves that reach 5 meters with the northern wind in winter, Vladimir Putin's 1642-meter pit dipped with batiskaf, 80 endemic species, including freshwater seals, 1550 species of plants, 1085 species of plants ... It was these features that carried the lake to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1996…
When we came to the point where Angara came out of Baykal, we were all very excited, we stopped the bus and threw ourselves to the shore. If we write a message and put it in a bottle, we would reach Yenisey after 1779 kilometers, and the Northern Ice Sea after about 4 thousand kilometers ... Watching the water flowing out of Baykal's water, which feeds about 50 streams and rivers, admires the river, whose width exceeds one kilometer. We took photos of the famous shaman rock in his mouth. The appearance of the bare rock was interesting even if there were no shamans performing rituals. Behind the rock, we saw our train waiting for us at the Baykal Harbor on the opposite shore…
From the mouth of the river lived one of the most busy days in the village of Listvyanka, which is 3,5 kilometers away. The coast was full of Irkutsk people who came to swim and sunbathe. After walking along the shore we had lunch and then we had shopped in the market of wood products, cedar nuts, smoked fish. When I was rubbed on the board of the wooden gavel, I took the shaman harp, which was squeezed between the teeth and the teeth of the metal kâ singing kâ shaman who produced hypnotic sounds.
AND TRAIN GOING
The small islands with bonsai-like trees were the first thing to notice when 20, which we boarded from Listvyanka, took us to Baykal Port on the east side of the lake. Each of the 15-20 rock pieces were covered with grass on top of each other. These were also called Shaman Islets, from the coast to these rocks were organized tours. However, the islands where the Shamans performed ritual and offered their gratitude to the trees and mountains were in the central region, 300 kilometers north of the lake.
Two Trans-Siberian Expresses were waiting at the station: the Golden Eagle of GW Travel, which left Moscow on the same day with us, going to Vla-divostok and our train. First Golden Eagle moved, then we. Diesel locomotives served on the railroad surrounding the lake shore. When I learned that the machinists allowed to take pictures from the locomotive for a 5 euro tip, I immediately grabbed my machines and chose a nice place for myself before anyone else. I gave the tip of the machine to 300 rubles (10 TL) in advance. He was very happy. He proudly showed me a photo of his mobile phone, taken with historic steam locomotives. "I was a mechanic of this train," he said in sign language.
The 7 thousand-horsepower locomotive began working with a thunderous sound. After the siren, the 20 waggered. From the Irkutsk region to the Buryatian Republic, the railway went into the 250 kilometer and then went inside and turned south.
I'm relieved when I hear my ear. The single-track, wooden sleeper railway followed the lake at about 20 meters high from the lake. Baykal's coolness struck me, walking on the dirt road adjacent to the rails, and floating in the small bays were shaking enthusiastically on the locomotive.
CRYSTAL LAKE
In a few minutes we came out of the small settlement. From the high hills to the shore, we entered the cedar, pine forests. The height of the majestic trees exceeded the 20 meter. The mechanic had not accelerated for the safety of the locomotive. We were going at bike speed. There was no better opportunity to digest the view. Since Moscow, it has not been possible to hear the sound of streams and feel the smell of forest. There was no window in the cabins. Only the kitchen adjacent doors were kept open along the way. I always run this door at every opportunity, I saw nature between the smell of food. Despite the loud noise of the train, I heard the cicadas. Now for the first time, I feel free to smell the smell of nature, I could hear cicadas against the noise in my ear. Last summer, the beautiful meadow roses I saw in Uludağ formed large clusters along the railway track. The lake was a laciver, and a pink strip was flowing between the mountain green.
Baykal's water was crystal clear. Turquoise in the mouth of the creeks were color. As we walked through the tunnels into the cool tunnels, there were people walking along the road with backpacks. They went down the local train, going to the camps. Two tents were opened to some of the viewable hills between the railway and the lake, and wooden tables were placed. The camps were built near the areas that we understood to be a concrete station on the ground. There were very few buildings on the lake shore. They were all made of wood, local architecture.
The railroad, which connects 110 small settlements surrounding Baykal, used by 120 thousand inhabitants, took years to build, nearly 50 tunnels were opened, while dozens of workers lost their lives. We lived this beauty thanks to anonymous heroes…
Our train was like a caterpillar at the foot of the high mountains. When the locomotive was entering a new bay, the last wagons sometimes stayed behind. My only aim was to climb up the railings and take panoramic pictures. I'm missing a lot of details while I was watching the tunnels, mourning them. I have a look at my side. St. Petersburg, Portuguese guide Olga'ya fitted. She seemed hypnotized. She stretched out her arms to the lake, almost hugging her lover. He had a wide smile on his lips, and tremendous happiness in his eyes. The red hair was flying in the wind, he wasn't moving. The situation of the other passengers in the locomotive was not different. Joy was witnessed to all of them in the face of miracles, joy, an expression of wonder was settled. I looked up at the sky and the mountains. In the yellowish light of the evening, cedar forests on steep hills became even more attractive. At that time two big butterflies crossed over me. They ignored the noise of the train and flew with us for a few seconds. That's when I felt like I was disconnected from the reality of the moment I was living in a strange way. I thought it was like a movie scene, or maybe a dream.
ICE LIKE THE WATER DALANA ALKIS
The train 20 stopped every minute, and the locomotive passengers were changing. Alexey was the conductor of the conductor who picked up the tips. After the third round I was alone on the locomotive. The train passing through a long tunnel stopped in a small, table-like bay. Wagon steps were opened, portable stairs were placed, passengers landed. A flight from Baykal Harbor We were next to an unnamed small village. Behind the railway line was an emerald green reed, a stream mouth attached to the lake, and high mountains behind a wide railway bridge. Train 30 hours would stop here, picnics would be done at sunset. Wishing to swim in the lake. I ran my suit and ran to the beach. The screams of the Brazilian group echoed the laughter on the shore. Counting out loud after entering the water, the longest applauded. He was plunging himself into the lake at the same speed. It was unlikely that 2,5 would remain in the water for a long time.
I took the distributed towels and found a deserted corner for myself. Swimming in the sacred lake of the shamans was a meditation in itself. Maybe with the shock of the cold, I get a sixth finger on my hand, and I could join the Shamans. Regardless of my feet wringing, I walked through sharp and slippery rocks in shallow water, and when I reached the knee depth, I left myself in the water. I had several fathoms until my face was cold. I forgot to take my swimming goggles. I couldn't see anything other than a green cloud at the bottom of the water. I turned on my back and took a deep breath. Another dream came true ...
I had little needles all over my body. I had experience in the glacial lakes of the Kaçkars. There was no problem unless I kept my face and toes in water. As long as I stood back, I was safe. I've watched the forests, the mountains, the Brazilians on the waterfront. When I was disturbed by the noises, I put my ears in the water and turned my gaze into the sky. He didn't make it in the bottom of the water. In this lake 100 thousand seals, dozens of fish, shellfish were alive. The lake must have been asleep as the sun was preparing to disappear behind the hill. Before sundown, it was good to get out. When I was cold, I went out, I was dressed, I was dressed. The sun set behind me to photograph the magenta wild flowers that have beautified the hill behind me. Suddenly I started to shake. My chin hit each other like castanets, the chills were increasing.
I walked to the village and took pictures of beautiful flowers in the gardens of wooden houses. When an old peasant woman saw my curiosity, she opened the house door and invited it. Then he realized my interest in flowers and took me to his other garden. He proudly showed his flowers. He was right to boast. He had grown flowers of the same type that I had never encountered before. I expressed my feelings with applause…
DANCE WITH THE LIGHT
Grids were installed on the shore of the railway, while on the one hand the meats were cooked, on the other hand drinks were served, two Russian musicians played folk songs. The enthusiasm of the accordion and the balalaika turned the crowd on, and those who entered the arm in the arm started dancing in large circles. I took my wine, my food, and a spot where I could watch the reeds. I watched the twilight collapse while the clouds reflected in the water. Then I went behind the train and watched the moon rise on the lake. It was worth making thousands of miles to live today. Even the Parisian travel writer Sylvain Tesson could live on the coast of Baykal for months. It was worth entering this adventure even to see the Baikal ice in the enchanting photos of Matthieu Paley exhibited last year in Istanbul.
Tesson has rented a hut that was used by scientists in the past, six days walking distance from the nearest village, in Baykal-Lena Nature Park on the west coast, to celebrate its 40th anniversary, and to improve the passion for nature that turned into a hopeless disease. he had spent. On his return he wrote "The Comfort of the Forest". His book was on the bestseller list this year in England and France. I needed such comfort. For the consolation of my 80 years away from nature…
Around 21.00, looms gathered. The train has moved. The last settlement of the Irkutsk region was a long road from the 60 up to Sludyanka, and then to the coast of Burkina, to Selenginsk. Then the train would turn south and head to Ulan Ude, our last stop in Russia. We were going to open our eyes in a new city this morning.
I was not in a hurry to sleep. I closed the door of my compartment, turned off the light. I put on my headphones. I invited my traveling companion Schubert to the window. I watched the moon rise over the lake accompanied by sonata. The fires in front of the tents on the shore turned into embers. Moonlight was being watched on the floor tables accompanied by vodka. Who knows, maybe the poems of Pushkin were recited. Others went for a walk on the beaches with their beacons that evoke fireflies. This magnificent natural phenomenon was watched in calm, like a ritual in tents and camps on the lake shore…
Transition to Beyond Time
The next evening would be the most beautiful full moon of the year. I watched the full moon of August in the night walk at the summit of Uludağ last year, this time I was on the shore of Baykal. For this special day, I had to offer my gratitude to the universe. At that moment, the shaman dish "singing" came to my mind. I took it out of the bag and walked it around the wooden mallet. After the fifth round, a deeply meditative sound filled the room, increasing as the knob turned. Once again I felt that I was detached from the reality of the moment. I went for a walk on the silvery road that Mehtab had laid on the lake. To the distant, deep in front of the dark blue ...
Wasn't life such a thing anyway? Dreams and facts between life and death.
(This trip was sponsored by EURASIA Trains and Cruisera)
Smoked fish
350 is the annual fishing village of Listvyanka, at the southern tip of Baykal, in the region where Angara was born. 80 by boat from the center of Irkutsk is available in 100 minutes by bus. The village is famous for its 19-century wooden church and smoked fish. Fishermen sell freshly smoked fish in the furnaces they set up in front of their homes. Those who swim at the weekend eat these fish with appetite at the picnic tables on the lake. In the big boilers on the shore, pilafs from fisheries and grilled meat and fish are cooked. Listvyanka is an interesting observation area for those interested in smoked fish. In the market, different fish of the lake are sold as smoked. Vendors are tasting, if you have a Russian translator gives information. The Gölbilim Museum at the entrance of the village is the most important institution in the field of Russia. It is possible to find all the information about Baykal from seals to seagulls, from islands to stone. In addition to the passenger transportation, the two big ship companies that provide the development of the village organize tours in the lake with hydrobuses, hoovercraft and boats. On the hill behind the village, there is a space observation station open to the public.
Through the train
9 is preparing to celebrate the 100 anniversary of the Trans-Siberian train line, which connects Moscow to Vladivostok one thousand kilometers away. Passing through the fascinating river, lake, forest, and desert landscapes, 87 has been providing private tourist trains since the 1976, in addition to passenger expressions that connect to the city.
Crossing Siberia from west to east by private sleeper train is like traveling across the ocean on a cruise. A new city every day, different languages, cultures… Every day a city tour, museums, historical places, restaurants… Eating at the restaurant, at the bar in the evening when the train is on the way sohbet, entertainment, Russian song courses accompanied by a pianist, basic Russian language lessons in conference wagons, interviews about the region… There are two differences: On the contrary to the ship, the image in your room's window changes every moment; Forests, rivers, lakes, crop fields, villages, cities, mountains are followed by deserts. And there is no SPA or casino on the trains yet ...
Each train consists of 12-20 wagons, with more than one restaurant and a bar wagon. It carries passengers between 150-300 in different categories. The total number of trips in the east and west during the year with special trains is around 20. 3 does not exceed a thousand participants. 50-60 people a year off from Turkey on this journey. The most popular months of July, August.
Trans-Siberian Railway is considered in the category of cultural tourism. Passengers middle and upper age, income group. The rise in costs and prices has reduced the number of intellectuals in recent years, while increasing the number of new riches seeking adventure. In the meantime, the average age began to fall.
11 IS BEING RENEWED FOR BILLION DOLLAR
Trans-Siberia is primarily a railway for freight transport. In the past, it is carrying the oil, precious metals, coal and forestry products to the west. It is also the biggest rival of the ships in terms of container transportation from Japan and China to Europe. 100'er carriages straddle between Asia and Europe. 85 is a railway paradise with a network of more than a thousand kilometers. Russia is doing its best to keep the heartland open. Blue pipes, heating stations, maintenance units, which warm the ground during the winter, attract attention.
Electric locomotives are on the Trans-Siberian Railway. The 8 wagon passenger trains mounted on the only locomotive in the 20 bin horsepower are quiet, mostly smooth, thanks to the closing of the gaps between the rails. On top of the freight and passenger wagons, X 120 mileage sa is typed, and the average travel speed is between 60 and 80 kilometers per hour. Russia for the renewal of the railway linking Beijing and Vladivostok to Hamburg 11 billion dollars separating Russia continues to work for three years. The goal is to increase the speed of the freight train and reduce the journey time to less than seven days. When we traveled between Moscow and Ulan Ude at the end of August, we found repair trains on the road, red-phosphated jacketed railroad workers. They were changing the crossovers, measuring them. Almost all wooden sleepers were replaced with concrete, except waiting lines in intermediate stations. Thanks to this effort in Tatarstan, our 70-80 speedometer has reached 120 kilometers in Irkutsk. During the day, the speed of the passengers in the train, the low speed movement to ensure that the environment was observed at low speed, was increasing the speed at night.
OPENED IN THE WORLD TOURISM IN 1976
Trans-Siberian Railway was opened to world tourism in 1976. Thus, the organizer of the first voyages was the creator of the Nostalgic Orient Express, the founder of the Pullman Club, the Swiss tourism Albert Glatt. D When we were looking for new lines, we came to the USSR, contacted the official tourism agency Intourist, and met with the railroad officials. The Friendship Train project, which will introduce the USSR to the Westerners, has attracted their attention, SS says Glatt of 80. Trans-Siberian special voyages starting from 1978 with renovated prestige trains and restaurant and bar wagons were held once a year in summer. The train departs from Moscow, only for daily tours in Novosibirsk and Irkutsk. The expedition ends after the 8900 kilometer, near Khabarovsk, near the Chinese border, with passengers returning to Moscow by plane. Other cities were closed to foreigners.
Glatt's young German guide in those days, says Helmut Mochel, the owner of EURASIA Trains, of the three major companies on the Trans-Siberian Railroad, who now run special trains, said the route has changed over time. Oldu The Russians initially supported us as much as we had expected. On the train, we knew we were being observed by KGB agents in the guise of conductors, but they never bothered us. We would even go into political discussions with them. 1979'da during the invasion of Afghanistan for several years did not. In 1987, all obstacles disappeared during Perestroika. Now we could stay in the city we wanted. Previously our first stop I Petersburg. We only had half a day. In time we changed the route and made the first stop Kazan. We continued our journey with cities that have interesting features that can be reached overnight. Although the route is enriched, unfortunately we have difficulty in overcoming obstacles in service and train quality. Russian Railways have a limited number of luxury wagons, Moscow-St. It is not easy to allocate these wagons on the Peterburg line to special flights. This shows that the Trans-Siberian Railway is not cared for in Russia in terms of tourism. Bu
In contrast, the Trans-Siberian Railway has become increasingly popular. Rented by the Russian trains 1990'ler German company Lernidee "Tsar's Gold", British GW Travel "Golden Eagle" entered the market with special services. With the increase of the companies route, price options also multiplied. In addition to Beijing, Vladivostok, some companies started to organize winter tours.
HALKLA 1000, SPECIAL TRENDE 25 THOUSAND EURO
Today, it is possible to travel on the Trans-Siberian Railway in three different routes. The classic route from 9258 to Moscow ends in Vladivostok. Some travel companies, which think that the most beautiful nature areas are in Ulan Ude, have chosen to complete the expedition in Beijing (Beijing) over Mongolia in recent years instead of going to Vladivostok. Some companies are on the route. Adds St. Petersburg or Trans-Manchuria line.
Trans-Siberian route offers the cheapest travel opportunities of Russia Railways. In the two Vladivostok expressions departing from Moscow every other day, the trip fee for the four-person luxury cabins in August is 2200, the day of departure is 2800 TL. The tickets of the 7 day trip are cheaper in winter. Moscow-Beijing line is around 3 thousand TL. However, it is possible to see the cities on the trains on the 15-30 breaks. In the case of intercity schedules, the city is experiencing language problems due to the Cyrillic alphabet.
Russian Railways tourism company RZD Tour and three European companies make tours by adding private cars to scheduled flights as well as private trains, according to demand. In these 15-day trips, breaks of up to 10 hours are given in the cities, and city tours with guided English, German, French and Spanish are included in the price. The prices of these tours are between 14 and 60 thousand TL, excluding meals and flight tickets. Representatives of the three companies in Turkey Fest Travel (GTI Travel), Cruiser (EURASIA Trains) and Antonina (Lernide) provides support guidelines in Turkish trip.
NOT POOR
People who love train journeys and those who have been dreaming for years participate in Trans-Siberia flights. The majority leave satisfied. For example, 14 people from the English-guided group, from which I traveled 7200 kilometers between Moscow and Beijing in 14 days, came from the USA, England, Australia. All of them had been dreaming of this journey for a long time. What they saw surprised them. They said they were happy to complete the tour. A couple of doctors who came to Moscow by train from London flew from Beijing to Tokyo after the Trans-Siberian journey and spent two weeks exploring Japan by train.
Construction started at the same time as Istanbul-Thessaloniki line
II. With the approval of Abdul Hamid, the construction of the railway that will connect Istanbul to Thessaloniki, the year in which Nikolai, in Russia, laid the foundation of the Trans-Siberian Railway. The cost of the line going down from Moscow to the south and heading to the eastern end of Siberia, connecting to the port city of Vladivostok, next to China, was so high that the empire could not stand up alone and was supported by the rich businessmen. Completion of the line took 35 years, opened in stages, completed in 1916.
The line that carried Siberian natural, underground riches to the world first played an important role in the Russian-Japanese war and then in the Second World War. Particularly in the last war, the Soviet Union shifted large aircraft, tank factories to the region and protected its facilities from Nazi attacks. The line was associated with political exiles during and after the tsarist period. Many opposition power centers, including Lenin, one of the founders of the Soviet Union, were put on the train from Moscow and sent to the remote corners of Siberia. This tradition is said to continue today.
If you are curious about the construction of the railway, you must visit the Museum of the Western Siberian Railroads as you pass through Novosibirsk. 13 museum opened in the closed section of the year before, documents, objects, devices, models, photos with the history of the line is told. In the open air section of the museum, trains made for special purposes such as historical locomotives, mining research and line construction are exhibited.
TRANS-SIBERIA TOURIST TRAINS MUCİDİ ALBERT GLATT
Enthusiasts don't want to get off the train
Despite the rapid growth of airlines, train travel still remains important. There are many travelers in the world who want to explore the country by rail. For those who love the train ride from the middle of the hall 1970 landau to Turkey was organized expeditions Nostalgic Orient Express. At 1998 we made the Paris-Tokyo Orient Express voyage; With 40 travelers, 90 exceeded two continents per day. The Trans-Siberian line is also primarily a train journey. It addresses the train lovers. Since 1976, I have been organizing Trans-Siberian cruises under the name of Pullman Club for train enthusiasts from Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany. We stop three times in big cities along the way for passengers to rest, we stay one night in luxury hotels. Many travelers prefer to stay in the cabin instead of the hotel even though it is included in the price.
Sibirya
Some travel companies, which think that the most beautiful nature areas are in Ulan Ude, have chosen to complete the expedition in Beijing (Beijing) over Mongolia in recent years instead of going to Vladivostok. Some companies are on the route. Adds St. Petersburg or Trans-Manchuria line.
Trans-Siberian route offers the cheapest travel opportunities of Russia Railways. In the two Vladivostok expressions departing from Moscow every other day, the trip fee for the four-person luxury cabins in August is 2200, the day of departure is 2800 TL. The tickets of the 7 day trip are cheaper in winter. Moscow-Beijing line is around 3 thousand TL. However, it is possible to see the cities on the trains on the 15-30 breaks. In the case of intercity schedules, the city is experiencing language problems due to the Cyrillic alphabet.
Russian Railways tourism company RZD Tour and three European companies make tours by adding private cars to scheduled flights as well as private trains, according to demand. In these 15-day trips, breaks of up to 10 hours are given in the cities, and city tours with guided English, German, French and Spanish are included in the price. The prices of these tours are between 14 and 60 thousand TL, excluding meals and flight tickets. Representatives of the three companies in Turkey Fest Travel (GTI Travel), Cruiser (EURASIA Trains) and Antonina (Lernide) provides support guidelines in Turkish trip.
NOT POOR
People who love train journeys and those who have been dreaming for years participate in Trans-Siberia flights. The majority leave satisfied. For example, 14 people from the English-guided group, from which I traveled 7200 kilometers between Moscow and Beijing in 14 days, came from the USA, England, Australia. All of them had been dreaming of this journey for a long time. What they saw surprised them. They said they were happy to complete the tour. A couple of doctors who came to Moscow by train from London flew from Beijing to Tokyo after the Trans-Siberian journey and spent two weeks exploring Japan by train.
Google browsing the Internet
If you don't have the time, the patience, or the prices exceed your budget, you can go to Trans-Siberia on the screen. Two years ago, Google Russia launched the Virtual Trans-Siberian Line in cooperation with the Russian Railways. On the website, you can take a çık click UM from the 15 region of Russia, or even take a trip through the city of 12 and watch the 87 hourly footage on the 9254 kilometer route. Images are published in the 150 section. Select the city you want, the region of the screen flowing from the train window, you can see the location of the train on the map from the other screen. Google has also created audio accompaniment options for the trip. DJ Yelena Abitayeva introduces the cities with three-minute speeches. If the wheel sounds are uniform to you while watching nature, Valeri Şerzin's ballet and Russian radio can accompany your virtual journey. If you like literature, you can listen to Tolstoy's 26-page anız War and Peace bir, if you want a shorter text, you can listen to Gogol's ı Dead Souls Tol in Russian. The Google team shot the film in 1400 August. The only route to the 2009 route by express train was viewed during the day. Filming took a month.
Ask Mark, let him tell you
Mark Smith is an Englishman who spent his years in railroad. He worked as a manager in the London Underground, British Railways. During his holidays, he embarks on long rail and ship cruises with his family and writes his impressions on his website. 19 The famous gun merchant of the century, inspired by baseball player Basil Zaharoff, who bought tickets from 7 on the Orient Express from Istanbul to Paris, put the name of his site on the ünlü Man in the Seat with 61 X. Detailed information on the long train journey around the world, including the Trans-Siberian line, is on tren Man in Seat 61 Trans. Tariffs, prices, as well as photos, travel advice is given (www.seat61.com). It is possible to see tariffs in English on the Russian Railways website.

Source : the site www.hurriyet.com.tr

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