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November 1, 2018
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The launch of Soyuz MS-13 spacecraft is scheduled for July 20, 2019.

Join our space adventures tour to Baikonur with the observation of the launch!

During 5-days space tour you will visit all most interesting places of Baikonur and witness all important prelaunch events.

Documents are accepted up to June 20, 2019

Costs:
Baikonur tour 5 days (4 nights) – 3950 Euro per pax.

The price includes:
- All the necessary permissions for gaining access to the cosmodrome
- Flights Moscow-Baikonur, Baikonur-Moscow
- Transportation services in Baikonur
- Travel assistance by a company representative
- Accommodation in the 4* hotel «Sputnik» BB
- Photo and video shooting permission
- An English-speaking guide
- Guided excursions, entrance tickets
- Execution of the program
- Visa support

Baikonur tour program:

Day 1

  • Transfer to the hotel, check-in, accommodation
  • Excursion in the International space school

Day 2

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to cosmodrome
  • Watching the roll-out of the rocket from the hangar (Pad 112)
  • Watching the transportation of the rocket from the railway crossroad of Gagarin launch pad
  • Transfer to Launch Pad #1
  • Watching the installation of the rocket onto the launch pad
  • Visit to the monument of the beginning of space era
  • Excursion in the Museum of the Baikonur cosmodrome
  • Gagarin’s and Korolev’s historical cottages
  • Buran orbital spaceship
  • Transfer back to town
  • General sightseeing of the town of Baikonur (information about the history of the town, stops near the memorials and monuments)

Day 3

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to cosmodrome
  • Proton launch pad
  • Energia-Buran launching facilities
  • Visit to Energia Bunker
  • Saturn tracking station
  • Transfer back to the town
  • Excursion in the Museum of the history of cosmodrome Baikonur

Day 4

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer to Pad 17
  • Walk along the historical alley of Cosmonauts where personalized trees are planted
  • Transfer to the cosmodrome, Pad 254
  • Space Crew ready-to-go official report
  • Transfer to the museum complex
  • Transfer to the observation site of the Soyuz launch pad
  • Observation of Soyuz MS-13 launch
  • Transfer back to town
  • Visit to the central market for souvenirs

Day 5

  • Breakfast in the hotel
  • Transfer to the airport

Group admission closes on June 20.

More details and tour application you will find here

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