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Far Eastern Express will begin to carry Japanese tourists
The Far East Express is planned to be launched from Irkutsk to Vladivostok and vice versa. The tourist train will be designed for travelers from Japan. Demand for this product is already there, the first composition should go in 2020 year.
The project is implemented by the German company Lernidee Erlebnisraisen GmbH, which intends to develop the luxury segment of rail, river and sea tourism in the region. Assistance is provided by the agency of the Far East to attract investment and export development. Negotiations with Japanese partners have already taken place and the parties are at the stage of signing the agreement.
Now, together with the railway, a train schedule and a program are being worked out taking into account the wishes of Japanese tourists. The train will depart from Irkutsk via Ulan-Ude, Khabarovsk to Vladivostok and back. About 60 guests from Japan will leave for the first flight.