Railway cruise "Russian North" starts on June 5

Railway cruise "Russian North" starts on June 5

Source: Yulia Chuchalova 
On June 5, a tourist train will leave Moscow for a seven-day railway cruise "Russian North". The train will become a real "hotel on wheels" for travelers. This is reported on the website of Russian Railways. "You will be waiting for the merchant city of the famous Hanseatic League - Veliky Ustyug, the gateway to the Arctic - Arkhangelsk, the mesmerizing Teriberka, the elegant Petrozavodsk, unique objects of Russian wooden architecture on the island of Kizhi, the unique North Ladoga region - Sortavala and the Ruskeala mountain park, the knightly Vyborg.

Discover your own North - diverse, boundless, unique, but very sincere and hospitable," the company noted. Thanks to the convenient schedule, during the day, tourists will be able to go on excursions, and in the evening and at night - to relax in comfortable "Lux", SV or compartment carriages, Russian Railways said.

All cars are equipped with air conditioners, environmentally friendly toilets, and sockets for charging gadgets. A restaurant car will operate on the train. "You can plan your excursion program yourself or purchase ready-made package tours (train travel, excursion program with a guide, transfer and meals).

It is also possible to purchase an excursion program on the rzd.ru website when purchasing a train ticket as an additional service or you can buy separate excursions to the cities along the train's route on the way from your carriage conductor," the message says.
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