May 17, 2018

Can you imagine something more stunning and spectacular than the lift-off of a spacecraft?

Vegitel Company invites you to join an exclusive Baikonur launchsite tour with the observation of Soyuz manned spacecraft launch. In the course of the tour you will visit the legendary Baikonur launchsite which was the cradle of world space exploration, see lots of unique facilities that previously only top secret specialists got a chance to see and learn a plenty of interesting facts about history of cosmonautics. And naturally what is more important you will follow the cosmonauts in their final prelaunch preparations and witness a historical event.

The nearest tour is timed to Soyuz MS-10 launch scheduled for October, 11th 2018. Learn more details here.

Are you looking for an unusual adventure and unforgettable experience? Go for it!

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