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Die Transsibirische Eisenbahn auch bekannt als der Trans-Siberian Express

September 24, 2014

Der Mythos Transsibirische Eisenbahn auch bekannt als der Trans-Siberian Express

Wer hat nicht schon von der Trans-Sibirischen Eisenbahn gehört . . .
Vodkatrain Adventure Tours ist Ihr Support-Netzwerk – Bereitstellung von Unterkünften, Transport, Überweisungen unterwegs und lokale Honchos zu helfen, aus der die faszinierende Reiseziele, die Sie besuchen, das Beste. Vodkatrain ist alles über die Freiheit und Flexibilität, so können Sie entscheiden, was Sie sehen, essen und Erfahrung auf Ihrer Reise, zahlen die lokalen Preise auf dem Weg möchten.Vodkatrain ist Ihr Support-Netzwerk – Bereitstellung von Unterkünften, Transport, Überweisungen unterwegs und lokale Honchos zu helfen, aus der die faszinierende Reiseziele, die Sie besuchen, das Beste. Vodkatrain ist alles über die Freiheit und Flexibilität, so können Sie entscheiden, was Sie sehen, essen und Erfahrung auf Ihrer Reise, zahlen die lokalen Preise auf dem Weg möchten…

Etabliert und über die Grenzen hinaus bekannt wurde der Vodkatrain im Jahr 2010 als die Agentur SMS Frankfurt die größte Reisegruppe mit internationalen Sportlern für den Trans-Siberian Express organisierte.
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Drei Wochen mit zwölf Nationen
auf dem Vodka Train

Die erlebnisreichste Aktivtour des Sommers


Größte Vodkatrain Tour von SMS Frankfurt durch Russland über die Mongolei nach China abgeschlossen

Moskau, 4. August 2010 – Vom 12. bis zum 30. Juni waren knapp 100 Abenteuer- und Sportbegeisterte aus zwölf Ländern mit dem Zug, zu Fuß, per Bus und Fähre unterwegs – auf der Vodkatrain Tour 2010. Dieses Sommer-Angebot beinhaltete unter anderem eine Bootsparty auf der Moskwa, Geländelauf entlang der Eurasischen Grenze, Badestop am eiskalten Baikalsee und Übernachtung in exklusiven Mongolischen Jurten. Es war die bisher größte organisierte Kultur-, Sport- und Adventure Tour auf der Trans-Sibirischen-Eisenbahn.

Start für alle Teilnehmer, unter anderem aus Australien, Barbados, China, Deutschland, Großbritannien, Irland, Kanada und den USA, war Moskau – am 20. Jahrestag der russischen Unabhängigkeit. Mit einer Bootsparty auf der Moskwa läuteten die Veranstalter eine einzigartige, herausfordernde und motivierende Reise für die internationalen Teilnehmer ein. Auf der ersten Etappe ging es mit der Transsibirischen Eisenbahn über Kazan nach Jekaterinburg und an die „Grenze von Eurasien“. Sightseeing und Geländeläufe waren an jeder Station Programm. Spaß und Sport paarten die euphorischen Teilnehmer aus aller Welt auch beim Picknick an der eurasischen Grenze, als sich die Hälfte der Gruppe auf europäischem, die andere Hälfte auf asiatischem Terrain zuprostete.
Irkutsk war die nächste erlebnisreiche Station der Vodkatrain Tour. Ab hier legten die internationalen Reisenden, nach der Fahrt entlang der historischen Trans-Sib-Strecke am Baikalsee, eine zweitägige Pause ein. Kaum einer der Teilnehmer ließ sich das Bad im sieben Grad kalten See entgehen, der als verjüngende Heilquelle bekannt ist. Mit der Fähre ging es auf die Insel Olchon zum erneuten Geländelauf, der Unterkunft in traditionellen Holzhütten mit Folklore am Abend.
Die Weiterfahrt mit dem Zug von Irkutsk in die Mongolei war pures Kulturerlebnis: unberührte Natur, filmreife Szenen in abenteuerlichen öffentlichen Zügen, Geländeläuf in ein abgelegenes Kloster und Schamanenfeuertanz in einem exklusiven Hotel in der Mongolei mit Zimmern in schicken mongolischen Jurten.
„I don’t think I will ever recover from the train. The journey emotionally and physically was the best ever” schrieb eine Teilnehmerin aus Australien nach Ihrer Rückkehr an den Veranstalter Jürgen Schreiter von SMS Frankfurt. „You helped make it a trip of a lifetime for me” so ein weiterer Teilnehmer und “the Vodka Train was an exciting, enjoyable and memorable holiday/adventure. It was everything and more than what we were expecting…”.

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Die finale Etappe ging von der Mongolei nach China. Die kosmopolitische Gruppe war nicht nur in der Wüste Gobi, sie konnte auch faszinierende Bilder des Hängenden Klosters in Datong und der umliegenden Grotten machen. Der Abschied, nach einem Spaziergang über die Chinesische Mauer, fiel schwer. Einige Begeisterte der Vodkatrain Tour 2010 haben nach ihrer Rückkehr in der Heimat schon erste „Revival-Treffen“ geplant, auf denen sie sich noch viel über diese Tour erzählen werden.
Mehr über unsere Vodka Train Tours finden Sie auf Twitter, Facebook oder als gratis Download auf iTunes.

Weitere Bilder in druckfähigem Format oder Trailer dieser und weiterer Touren senden wir an die Presse gerne auf Anfrage.

Hintergrund:
SMS Frankfurt organisiert ungewöhnliche Touren für Kleingruppen und Unternehmen mit persönlicher Betreuung der Teilnehmer durch Trainer und Reiseführer. Abenteuertrips, Kulturevents und Incentives wie die Vodka Train Tour mit der Trans-Sib, Trekking in der Wüste Gobi, Heli-Skiing in Kamtschatka, Rallye- und Safari-Events in Russland, Zentralasien und dem Nahen Osten finden Sie unter www.incentives-worldwide.com.

Kontakt:
Jürgen Schreiter, SMS Frankfurt, Burgfriedenstraße 17, 60489 Frankfurt, Telefon 069 / 95 90 97 01

The Trans-Siberian Railway | The Trans-Siberian Express

September 24, 2014

The Trans-Siberian Railway | The Trans-Siberian Express

The Trans-Siberian Train you know for sure…
Vodka Train Adventure Germany is your support network – providing accommodation, transport, transfers en-route and local Honchos to help you get the most out of the fascinating destinations you visit. Vodka train is all about freedom and flexibility so you can decide what you want to see, eat and experience on your journey, paying local prices along the way.Vodka train is your support network – providing accommodation, transport, transfers en-route and local Honchos to help you get the most out of the fascinating destinations you visit. Vodka train is all about freedom and flexibility so you can decide what you want to see, eat and experience on your journey, paying local prices along the way…

Most established and famous the Vodka Train became in the year 2010 when SMS Frankfurt organized the largest group on the Trans-Siberian Express.

THE LARGEST VODKA TRAIN TRIP
FROM MOSCOW TO BEIJING


Three weeks, twelve nations – the most exciting active tour of the summer 
the “Largest Vodka Train Tour“ – From Russia to Mongolia and China completed



Moscow, August 20th 2010 – From June twelve to 30th almost 100 adventure and sports enthusiasts from twelve countries were on their way by train, by foot, bus and ferry – at the Vodka Train Tour 2010. This summer offer included among other things a boat party on the Moscow River, cross country running along the Eurasian border, a bath in icy Lake Baikal and a stay in exclusive Mongolian yurts. It was the largest organized cultural, sports and event tour of Vodkatrain-Travel.


Start for all participants, coming from Australia, Barbados, China, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Canada, the USA and more countries, was Moscow – on 20th anniversary of Russia’s independence. With a boat party on the Moskva River the organizers rang a unique, challenging and inspiring journey for the international participants. At the first stage they took the Trans-Siberian railway via Kazan to Yekaterinburg and the “border of Eurasia”. Sightseeing and cross-country races were program at each station. Fun and sport mated the euphoric participants from all over the world, also at a picnic in the Eurasian border, when half of the group at the European, the other half on Asian terrain drank on each ones health. 

Irkutsk was the next exciting stop on the Vodka Train Tour. From here the international travelers took a two-day break after the journey along the historic Trans-Sib route on Lake Baikal. Hardly any of the participants went swimming in seven degrees cold lake, which is known as a rejuvenating spa. A ferry brought the group to the island of Olkhon for another cross-country run and accommodation in traditional wooden huts and with folklore in the evening. 
Back to Irkutsk they continued with the train to Mongolia which was a pure cultural experience: unspoiled nature, adventurous cinematic scenes in public trains, cross-country races in a remote monastery and shaman fire dance in the exclusive hotel Mongolia with rooms as Mongolian yurts. 

„The journey was emotionally and physically was the best ever” wrote a participant from Australia to the organizers after her return „You helped make it a trip of a lifetime for me” said another participant and “The Vodka Train was an exciting, enjoyable and memorable holiday/adventure. It was everything and more than what we were expecting…”.

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The final stage was Mongolia to China. The cosmopolitan group was not only in the Gobi desert, they also took fascinating pictures of the Hanging Monastery in Datong and the surrounding caves.
The farewell, after a walk on the Great Wall, was not easy after three weeks. Some enthusiasts of the Vodka Train Tour 2010, already planned a revival meeting after their return home where they will surely talk a lot about this tour.
“The journey was emotionally and physically the best ever” wrote a participant from Australia to the organizer Jürgen Schreiter from SMS Frankfurt Incentives (Vodka Train Tours) after her return „You helped make it a trip of a lifetime for me” said another participant and “the Vodka Train was an exciting, enjoyable and memorable holiday/adventure. It was everything and more than what we were expecting…”.


More about the largest Vodka Train Adventure you find on Twitter, Facebook or as a free download on iTunes. 
More photos in printformat (for press), or video trailer of this and other tours we can send to you on request. 


Visit also our general Incentive Agency at www.Incentives-Worldwide.com

Background:
Vodkatrain.biz by SMS Frankfurt organizes unusual tours and adventures for groups, individuals and corporate incentives with a personal touch and spezial care.
Find out more about our Adventure Trips, cultural events and incentives such as the Vodka Train tour with swimming at Lake Baikal and trekking in the Gobi Desert or Heli-Skiing in Kamtchatka and Safari Rally events in Russia, Central Asia and the Middle East at www.incentives-worldwide.com.

Company contact:
Jürgen Schreiter, SMS Frankfurt, Burgfriedenstrasse 17, 60489 Frankfurt, Germany, Phone +49 69 95 90 97 00, Mail J.Schreiter (et) SMS-Frankfurt.de

RUSSIA | Russian Train Adventures

February 11, 2012

RUSSIA | Russian Train Adventures – Discover Russia Overland (Moscow to Beijing by Train)






Largest international group on Trans-Siberian-Railway

January 27, 2012
Vodka Train Group Travel

Russia Overland Tours

Three weeks, twelve nations – the most exciting active tour of the summer
Largest Vodka Train Tour of SMS Frankfurt through Russia to Mongolia and China completed

Frankfurt – From June twelve to 30th almost 100 adventure and sports enthusiasts from twelve countries were on their way by train, by foot, bus and ferry – at the Vodka Train Tour 2010. This summer offer included among other things a boat party on the Moscow River, cross country running along the Eurasian border, a bath in icy Lake Baikal and a stay in exclusive Mongolian yurts. It was the largest organized cultural, sports and event tour of SMS Frankfurt.
Start for all participants, coming from Australia, Barbados, China, Germany, Great Britain, Ireland, Canada, the USA and more countries, was Moscow – on 20th anniversary of Russia’s independence. With a boat party on the Moskva River the organizers rang a unique, challenging and inspiring journey for the international participants. At the first stage they took the Trans-Siberian railway via Kazan to Yekaterinburg and the “border of Eurasia”. Sightseeing and cross-country races were program at each station. Fun and sport mated the euphoric participants from all over the world, also at a picnic in the Eurasian border, when half of the group at the European, the other half on Asian terrain drank on each ones health.
Irkutsk was the next exciting stop on the Vodka Train Tour. From here the international travelers took a two-day break after the journey along the historic Trans-Sib route on Lake Baikal. Hardly any of the participants went swimming in seven degrees cold lake, which is known as a rejuvenating spa. A ferry brought the group to the island of Olkhon for another cross-country run and accommodation in traditional wooden huts and with folklore in the evening.
Back to Irkutsk they continued with the train to Mongolia which was a pure cultural experience: unspoiled nature, adventurous cinematic scenes in public trains, cross-country races in a remote monastery and shaman fire dance in the exclusive hotel Mongolia with rooms as Mongolian yurts.
„The journey was emotionally and physically was the best ever” wrote a participant from Australia to the organizer Jürgen Schreiter from SMS Frankfurt after her return „You helped make it a trip of a lifetime for me” said another participant and “the Vodka Train was an exciting, enjoyable and memorable holiday/adventure. It was everything and more than what we were expecting…”.
The final stage was Mongolia to China. The cosmopolitan group was not only in the Gobi desert, they also took fascinating pictures of the Hanging Monastery in Datong and the surrounding caves. The farewell, after a walk on the Great Wall, was not easy after three weeks. Some enthusiasts of the Vodka Train Tour 2010, already planned a revival meeting after their return home where they will surely talk a lot about this tour.
More about this famous Vodka Train Adventure on Twitter, Facebook or as a free download on iTunes.

More photos, also in printformat, or a trailer of this and other tours we will send you on request by SMS Frankfurt.

Background:
SMS Frankfurt organizes unusual tours for small groups and businesses with personal care by coaches and guides. Find out more about Adventure Trips, cultural events and incentives such as the Vodka Train tour with the Trans-Sib, trekking in the Gobi Desert, Heli-Skiing in Kamtchatka and Safari Rally events in Russia, Central Asia and the Middle East under http://www.der-event-manager.de or www.incentives-worldwide.com.

Company contact:
SMS Frankfurt Events Incentives Adventures, Jürgen Schreiter, Burgfriedenstrasse 17, 60489 Frankfurt, Germany, Phone +49 69 95 90 97 01
mail: j.schreiter et SMS-Frankfurt.de
Press contact:
Feyza Morgül – Opera Civil, Bäckergasse 24, 60594 Frankfurt, Germany, Phone: +49 69 61 99 55 45
mail: presse et opera-civil.de

Adventure Trailer:
http://www.sms-frankfurt.com/trailer/russlandreisen-adventure-tours.wmv


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