The tourist train "Pearl of the Caucasus" starts running from Moscow in April

The tourist train "Pearl of the Caucasus" starts running from Moscow in April

Russian Railways announced in its Telegram channel that the next season of the tourist train "Pearl of the Caucasus" will open on April 26 and last until October 4. The train will make 21 flights - twice as many as last year.

"The seven–day voyage starts in the capital and will take place along the route Moscow - Maykop – Vladikavkaz – Grozny – Derbent – Nalchik. You can join the tour in Rostov-on-Don," the message says

In addition, for the first time, it will be possible to travel to the North Caucasus from Tyumen. The train will depart on May 8 and make stops in Yekaterinburg, Samara, Cherkessk, Nalchik, Grozny and Derbent.

"The train has everything for the comfort of passengers: it is formed of Luxury class cars, compartments and SV, a bar car and two dining cars are provided.

On the cruise, tourists will get acquainted with the culture and nature of the Caucasus, visit the Nihaloy waterfalls, the Khadjokh gorge, the citadel of Naryn-Kala," the Russian Railways reported.

In addition, if desired, the passenger can create his own unique route. To do this, in addition to the ticket, you need to buy separate excursions on the Russian Railways website or from a guide on the way. Train tickets are already on sale.

"We invite you to take an exciting train cruise – a real "hotel on wheels", outside which the scenery is constantly changing. You will admire the snow–capped mountain peaks and waterfalls falling from the rocks, picturesque valleys and gorges, take a walk along the coast of the Caspian Sea and conquer the highest mountain peak in Russia and Europe - Elbrus," says the description of the tour train on the official website of Russian Railways.
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