Altai Hotel Moscow

41 Botanicheskaya Ul, Moscow, Central Russia, 127106, Russia
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How much to travel by train from Moscow to Ulan Batar

by tafferx

I want to travel next April on the Trans siberian railroad from Moscow to Ulan Batar in Mongolia. I would travel in the 4 berth section. How much is this journey? I'm not sure how long I'd like to say in Mongolia so it would be great just to turn and then arrange my Chinese visa when I need to travel on to Beijing. Hww much in the section from Ulan Batar to Beijing?

Thank you

Re: How much to travel by train from Moscow to Ulan Batar

by Odinnthor

Here is the website with more information than you could possibly want regarding the Trans Siberian. It is a fantastic journey by the way.....d:o)

Re: How much to travel by train from Moscow to Ulan Batar

by Morozov

Hi James!
Advance ticket booking starts before 60 days in Russia.
One place in 4 sleeping places compartment fee is 303 Swiss francs to train # 004 and 343 Swiss francs to train # 006 from Moscow to Ulan-Bator, paying in Russian rubbles by rate of Russian Central Bank.
Train # 006 Moscow – Ulan-Bator, everyday (except Tuesday), departure 21-35, arrival 6-30, journey–time 100 hours.
Train # 004 Moscow – Beijing (crossing Ulan-Bator), on Tuesday, departure 21-35, arrival 6-30, journey–time 100 hours.
Good luck.

Re: How much to travel by train from Moscow to Ulan Batar

by tafferx

Thank you guys,
Great site and really exact information Oleg

343 Swiss Francs is a good price. I was quoted much higher on other sites.
I suppose then there is someone to pay in between or someone doing the 'Booking' for you.

Do you have tips for the journey. Can I stop in Mongolia for maybe 3 weeks and book a ticket then on to Beijing with relative ease or must I have a ticket already booked before I enter Mongolia?

Re: How much to travel by train from Moscow to Ulan Batar

by Nuclei


I made it from SPB to Vladivostok so I have no clue about Mongolia section. What I would recommend you to spend more time in Lake Baikal. Great nature !


Travel Tips for Moscow

City maps (Cyrillic letters)

by ValbyDK

Before I went to Moscow, I bought a city map with place names both written with Cyrillic letters and in English.

The city map was a big help when I walked around in Moscow or travelled by the Metro.

Red Square

by luiggi

Few places in the world are destined to become a kind of symbol. One of them is , a symbol of great emotive power. Although the square itself is not very big (695 metres long and 130 metres wide), it impresses one by the richness and variety of its forms which merge in austere harmony. The ensemble is dominated by the Kremlin and the Lenin Mausoleum which stands by its walls. The powerful tent roofs of the Saviour and St. Nicholas towers emphasize the key position of this memorial which links the old ensemble with the present day.

A church in the New Nonnery Monastery

by MEdelmann

Look around this area and you will see some very beautiful churches like this one ..... Click on the pictures to see the wonderful domes of this church. I liked the russian churches very much and they also have an unique architecture in my opinion ....

Boulevard Ring

by kris-t

The road system is structured with sequences of radial and ring roads. The first and innermost, Bulvarnoye Koltso (Boulevard Ring), built at the former location of the 16th century city wall around what used to be called Bely Gorod (White Town). Boulevard Ring is technically not a ring—it is not connected and has a horseshoe-like shape.

I was born there.

City day

by bugulma

Every first Saturday of September there is the city day in Moscow. It lasts during Saturday and Sunday and the city is full of different performance everywhere around the city. In the same time it is a lot of tourists as well as residents in the streets this day. Besides many militia men keep it in order. So I don't like crowds and this day I usually go out of the city.


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