BUSINESS CLASS Vladivostok to Seoul | S7 AIRLINES

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21 Replies to “BUSINESS CLASS Vladivostok to Seoul | S7 AIRLINES”

  1. Kara and Nate

    Planning our Trans-Siberian Railway adventure wasn't easy! We had a ton of questions, and the internet had very few answers! So to help out our fellow travelers who might be interested in booking a trip of their own, we've put together the Ultimate Guide to Riding the Trans-Siberian. This guide will walk you through all of the steps from securing your visa to planning your route and booking your tickets. Read it here

  2. munstergirl25

    I love your videos but with the trans-siberean i feel you somewhat missed the point (at least for how I would want to travel). For others interested in this trip, the Lonely Planet has really good advice and it can help make the decision where to get off the train. As many people have remarked, not seeing Vladivostock is a bit mind-boggling, we actually did the trans-mongolian route so missed Vladivostock but after reading about the trans-siberean I wish we could have done both. This railway has so much history and Siberia is a place of so much 'legend' (not in a good way necessarily) that I Feel you didn't even touch on. Highly recommend the book by Bryn Thomas on the trans-siberean (a traveller's anthology) for anyone interested in this trip.

  3. sam keh

    I really don't understand why you guys talk so much about the technical side of the trip and leave behind the most important: your impression of Russia, of all its parts you have crossed, of the cities you've seen. I honestly do not get it.

  4. Женя Филиппов

    Весёлые ребята =) Спасибо за хороший рассказ о России=)давно не был дома и как раз полечу из Южной-Корее обратно домой=))) Ностальгия=))) Успехов удачи и много весёлого вам)))

  5. Artem Belykh

    You did the greatest mistake while you was in Russia. You had to stay in Vladivostok – people, who travelled throughout all country say that Vladivostok is the most beautiful city in Russia (even better than Moscow and Saint Petersburg). Some of them call VDK as Russian San-Francisco. Lots of people speak English there, you won’t have language barrier. Amazing Sights, bridges (especially an night). It is the most automobilized city in Russia with its crazy traffic.

  6. Pedro Tirado Anillo

    Is very funny to see guys from the states having posh behavior, oh God, usa a country without culture jajaja.
    God which will be the next step?

  7. hunsbergermatt

    you guys really did screw up….very dissapointing that you go to a large interesting city and not showcase it …I have read a lot about it and you guys in your haste to get to South east asia again really dropped the ball

  8. PilotsAtTheChemicalFallout !

    You guys don’t know what their schedule is like. Guys it’s their decision what to do. Y’all are supposed to be fans, why criticize them when they will probably go back. 🙄 what’s the point.

  9. Sam S

    You missed seeing Vladivostok which is the gateway to the Russian East and a city you couldn’t have explored during Soviet era. Also anyone visiting Russia not going to St.Petersburg…. you must be the first. Also missed stop on the Trans-Siberian is Yekaterinburg, the entry point into Asian Russia and a significantly important stop.

    And your statistics on the Trans Siberian railway are way off. The distance from Moscow to Vladivostok is 9260 kms or roughly 5800 miles. And it’s 8 time zones between the two stations. Not going to dispute the potatoes and noodles you ate on the train.

    This is a legendary train ride and a lifelong dream for any train enthusiast but I guess you did it because it showed up on a google search. Just shallow knowledge of places you visit and no interest in exploring anything besides airport lounges and earning frequent flyer miles.

  10. tro_b

    Guys, maybe they did not know all the amazing stuff about Vladivostok and skipped it because they did not hear anything abıut the city. There is always a next time, so do not be mad at them just because they skipped a well-known city.

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