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Journey through the Mongolian steppe to Lake Baikal's remote shores and the snow-capped Ural Mountains in the comfort of our deluxe private train, the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express. Both Gold Class and Silver Class accommodations offer private en suite facilities, with upper/lower berth configuration.
Gold Class cabins are well-proportioned and feature modern en-suite amenities including power showers, under floor heating, a DVD/CD player, LCD screen, remote-controlled air conditioning/heating, recessed lighting, a wardrobe and a personal safe. Each cabin is configured with upper/lower berths, and can accommodate double, twin or single occupancy.
Silver Class cabins are smaller than Gold Class cabins but still have en suite facilities, though with a smaller shower area. Silver Class cabins feature the same amenities as Gold Class cabins but in a smaller space. Each Silver Class Sleeping Car has six two-bedded cabins, accommodating a maximum of 12 passengers per car.