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Moscow To Kazakhstan
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bwfcryan86
Posted 2008-11-27 8:38 PM (#16970)
Subject: Moscow To Kazakhstan
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Hi all

I'm looking at traveling to Kazakhstan from Moscow on the 4th June 09 returning on the 7th June 09.

Can anyone given me an idea to what this will cost?

How easy it is?

Whats the standard / service on the trains like please.

Kind Regards

Ryan
kaliningrad kid
Posted 2008-11-27 10:18 PM (#16974 - in reply to #16970)
Subject: Re: Moscow To Kazakhstan


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Moscow to Kazakhstan...that's one hell of a long train Journey and I don't think you would get there and back in 3 days or was that a typo?
Contact the RR Travel team for prices of Tickets
kaliningrad kid
Posted 2008-11-27 10:23 PM (#16975 - in reply to #16970)
Subject: Re: Moscow To Kazakhstan


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According to this website: http://www.wnights.com/journeys/silk_route/
It's $350-450 one way

According to Wikipedia: http://wikitravel.org/en/Kazakhstan
It's 77 hours on the train from Moscow to Almaty
Chris
Posted 2008-11-28 3:36 PM (#16996 - in reply to #16970)
Subject: RE: Moscow To Kazakhstan


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Hi Ryan

 

Check our rail section for timetable and price information - if its not showing, ask our travel team on travel@realrussia.co.uk

 

We have quite a few people taking this journey - on such a long distance train I would suggest if there is a "better" train that is a little more expensive - take it!

 

Enjoy and let us know how you get on.

 

Chris

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