ASIA and RUSSIA

ASIA and RUSSIA

Japan/China/Mongolia/Russia

Cost per individual: $5,500 for two months (counting the flight leaving America)

Features: Asakusa • Shibuya • Takeshita-Dori • Menji Shrine • Shirakawa-go • Okunoin Cemetery • Koyasan Monk Ceremony • A-bomb Dome • Hiroshima Peace Museum • Monkey Park • Gold Pavilion Temple • Pure Water Temple • Fushimi Inari Shrine • Bamboo Forest • Miyajima Island • Hallelujah Mountain • Yangshou Rock Climbing • Yangshou Kissing Fish • XingPing Scooter Ride • Great Wall of China • Forbidden City • Xi'an Drum Tower • Terra Cotta Warriors • Jinli Street Food • Leshan Giant Buddha • Moon Hill • Tiananmen Mountain • Tianmen Winding Mountain Road • Tianmen Cave • The Bund • Xi'an Wall Bike Ride • Muslim Quarter • Donghuamen Night Market • Chengdu Panda Reserve • Tiananmen Square • Naadam Festival: Wrestling – Horseback Racing – Archery • Trans-Mongolian Railway • Ghengis Khan Statue • Gorkhi-Terelj National Park • Trans-Siberian Railway • Olkhon Island • Lake Baikal • Shaman's Rock • Church of Spilled Blood • Red Square • St. Basil's Cathedral • Kremlin • Gorky Park • St. Petersburg • Hermitage Museum • Church of All Saints • St. Demetrius' Cathedral

Cost Examples: $200 China visa • $410 Russia visa • 50 pennies admission to Hiroshima Peace Museum • $1,500 train tickets from Beijing to St.Petersburg (Trans-Mongolian Railway) • $5 access to St. Basil's Cathedral • $40/night for private room in Tokyo lodging • $7/night for apartment in Ulan Bator • $25/night for private room in Beijing in • $7/night for apartment in St. Petersburg.

Notes: The Russian visa was the most costly one we needed to pay for on the outing. The Chinese visa wasn't modest either. When we got into the regions; however, settlement and sustenance were tiny. Japan was a standout amongst the most costly nations we went to with mind-boggling expenses for food and settlement. Mongolia had the absolute least expensive convenience on the trek. The Trans-Mongolian was a reasonable cost as we booked train tickets through an organisation before we landed in Russia. It was less costly to do it like this as opposed to book a visit on the railroad.

EUROPE

Finland/Norway/Germany/Belgium/Netherlands/Austria/England/Scotland/France/Spain/Italy/Greece/Turkey

Cost per individual: $5,500 for two months Highlights: Särkänniemi • Finnish Summer Cottage • Sauna • Korvapuusti • Lake Näsijärvi Crayfishing • Mount Reinebringen • Lofoten Islands • Reine • Berlin Wall • Dresden • Saxon-Switzerland • Brussels Flower Carpet • Belgian Waffles • Bruges • Amsterdam • Anne Frank's House • Schronbrunn Palace • Belvedere Palace • Mozart and Beethoven Tombstones • Hallstatt Salt Mines • Hohensalzburg Fortress • Mirabell Gardens • Selworthy • Exmoor • Dunster • Great Western Railway • Sampford Brett • Lake District • Helvellyn • Isle of Skye • Eilen Donan Castle • Melrose Abbey • Edinburgh • Eiffel Tower • Notre Dame • Louver • Versailles Palace • Biblioteque National • Montemarte • Sacre Coeur • Paris Fire Show • Mona Lisa • Arc de Triomphe • Sagrada Familia • Barcelona • Gaudi's Homes • La Rambla • Magic Fountain • Mercado de La Boqueria • Rome • Vatican City • Italian Gelato • Vatican Museum • Pope Francis • St. Dwindle's Square • Colosseum • St. Diminish's Basilica • Athens • Acropolis • Santorini Island • Ancient Thera • Blue Mosque • Hagia Sofia • Basilica Cistern Cost Examples: $23 to best of Eiffel Tower • $1.50 transport ticket from Paris to Barcelona on Megabus • $65 EasyJet flight Rome to Athens • $80 Ryanair Barcelona to Rome • $22/night for apartment in Lake District inn • $1.50 for plain Belgian Waffle • $15 induction into Anne Frank's House • $16 Norwegian fish soup • $25 admission to Vatican Museum • $25/night for private room in Santorini. Notes: Norway was the most costly nation we visited, so we remained for four days. For three weeks, we stayed with family and companions in Europe. For the other one month and a half, we, for the most part, remained in apartments in lodgings. Lodgings were normally costly, notwithstanding for flats. Flights and transports were entirely shabby crosswise over Europe. The most expensive trip was from Vienna to London at around $300. No visas were required for Europe, which helped that we didn't need to pay to enter these nations.

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