The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express
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The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express (SR13LR)
14 days/13 nights from 3179.21 £
Once-in-a-life-time journey across Central Asia

Travel on the luxurious Orient Silk Road Express private train from Ashgabat to Almaty and experience the intricate and vast beauty of the great Silk Road. See monumental remains of great empires along the world’s most famous trade route, an ancient center of commerce and civilization across three countries and seven UNESCO World Heritage sites. Choose from four comfortable cabin types: Habibi, Ali Baba, Aladdin and Kalif, with Kalif being the most luxurious with private en suite facilities in each cabin.

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The Route

ALMATY • Turkestan • Tashkent • Samarkand • Shakhrisabz • Samarkand • Khiva • Bukhara • Mary • ASHGABAT

Tashkent
Tashkent

Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan, is the largest city in Central Asia. The first mention of Tashkent dates from the 7th century A.D., although it was probably founded by the 1st century B.C. It is located in an oasis near the Chirchik River in a fertile cotton- and fruit-growing region. Tashkent is a very attractive city. The roots of the rich Uzbek culture shine through the city’s architecture, museums and vibrant cultural life.

Samarkand
Samarkand

The historic town of Samarkand is a crossroad and melting pot of the world's cultures. Founded in the 7th century B.C. as ancient Afrasiab, Samarkand had its most significant development in the Timurid period from the 14th to the 15th centuries. The major monuments include the Registan Mosque and madrasas, Bibi-Khanum Mosque, the Shakhi-Zinda compound and the Gur-Emir ensemble, as well as Ulugh-Beg's Observatory (UNESCO)

Ashgabat
Ashgabat

The grandiose desert city of Ashgabat, capital of Turkmenistan, is a dreamscape in white marble, an oasis of opulence on a terrain. Situated between the Kara Kum Desert and the Kopet Dag mountain range, Ashgabat has a population of about 400,000.

Shiraz
Shiraz

Head to Shiraz, the city of poets, and the lush greenery of a UNESCO World Heritage site: the Persian paradise gardens. Stroll past ornamental pools and date palms at the famous Eram Garden, or visit another of the several historic gardens, all offering their unique flavor of paradise.

Persepolis
Persepolis

Persepolis, the ceremonial center eventually ransacked by Alexander the Great. Pass huge stone gates carved with mythical creatures, stand amid palatial ruins—Apadana Palace and the Naqsh-e-Rostam necropolis—or simply wander through the streets of antiquity, taking in the immensity of this cultural wonder.

Terelj National Park
Terelj National Park

Terelj National Park is arguably the most popular destination in Mongolia. Be awestuck by Turtle Rock, an amazing, unique natural rock formation, and take in the breathtaking surrounding alpine scenery.

Darvaza
Darvaza

Darvaza's famous gas burning crater is a spectacular sight best seen at night. Located in the middle of the Kara Kum desert where the area is rich in natural gas, the 70 metre wide crater is known by the locals as the 'Door to Hell' and has been burning for over 40 years.

Xian
Xian

Xian, the ancient capitals of 13 dynasties, is home to numerous historical and culture sites, such as the world-famous Terracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Muslim Street, Mount, enchanting Huaqing Hot Spring and many more.

Khiva
Khiva

Khiva, the pearl of eastern middle age architecture, lies 25 kilometers south of present-day Urgench. According to the legends Khiva was founded by a son of Noah, Shem when he dug a well in the middle of the desert. According to the archeologists Khiva was founded in the 5th or 4th centuries B.C. and was a key trading post on the Silk Road.

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•   EASTBOUND: ASHGABAT TO ALMATY

•   WESTBOUND: ALMATY TO ASHGABAT


EASTBOUND: ASHGABAT TO ALMATY

DAY 1, WELCOME TO ASHGABAT

You land where mountains meet the desert, in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan’s extraordinary capital city. Soon you’re traveling along newly-built boulevards, past golden domes and marble monoliths to your hotel. Rest and take your bearings. Tomorrow you will explore Kazakhstan’s vibrant young capital. Overnight: Hotel Ashgabat (or similar). 

DAY 2, ASHGABAT AND ANCIENT NISA

ASHGABAT

Amid the early morning bustle, you dive into the vast, dizzying delights of a typical Central Asian market. Scents mingle: rugs, piled spices, sheepskin, sizzling street food. Soon you leave the day’s deals behind and head to the ruins of ancient Nisa and its relics in the National Museum. After lunch, you tour Ashgabat, its new marble buildings a gleaming display of the city’s oil wealth. In the evening, you board your private train and find your luggage ready and waiting in your personal compartment. You unpack and relax, then head for the dining car. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 3, MERV, THE ANCIENT PEARL OF THE EAST

At daybreak, your private train draws into the ancient oasis of Merv. In the twelfth-century, this was one of the largest cities in the world. Nourished by the Silk Road, its fame crossed continents. Now you stand surrounded by imposing ruins that rise up from the desert sand, and crumbling arches framing a bright blue sky. You walk among the relics of this UNESCO World Heritage site, including the gigantic Tomb of Ahmed Sanjar, the Virgin Fortress and the cold room, and are invited to lunch in the courtyard of a family home. Next stop: Bukhara. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 4, BUKHARA, THE NOBLE

orient express

Beneath the imposing yellow brickwork of the Kaljan minaret, you gaze at the magnificent gateways on either side of the courtyard, each a heady cocktail of intricate tilework and grand design. This is only a first glimpse of old Bukhara, a site of UNESCO World Heritage holding a miraculous city-museum of a thousand monuments, each a testimony to the glory days of caravan trade. At the Lyab-i Hauz ensemble, you witness the 500-year-old architectural ingenuity that keeps a pool full in the baking Kysylkum desert. You learn about the satirical Sufi Nasreddin Hodja, watch local dances, listen to exotic Uzbek tunes and have dazzling national costumes paraded in the courtyard of a madrasah. Overnight: Hotel Asia Bukhara (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 5, MAUSOLEUM OF THE SAMANID

Another long, glorious, desert day devoted to the infinitely rich Bukhara. From the sumptuous stylings of the Mire-e-Arab Madrasah, you move to the textured geometry of the Samanid Mausoleum regarded by many as the most beautiful and precious building in Central Asia. Then onto the gargantuan, 1,500-year-old Ark fortress, the only women’s mosque in the country. Standing on its vast rampart, you take a last view out over Bukhara, glistening turquoise and yellow in the bright afternoon light. A diamond in the dust. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 6, FROM BUKHARA TO KHIVA

KHIVA2

A last morning exploring the streets of Bukhara before you board the train and depart for Khiva. Spectacular landscapes of steppe, sky, rock and distant mountains scroll by the window. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 7, A FAIRY TALE OF 1001 NIGHTS
khiva

This is Khiva, an ancient city fortress. Beneath the vivid blue glazed bands of the Kalta Minor Minaret, you set out through the sun and shadow of winding streets on a dreamlike tour of the town’s palaces, mosques, mausoleums and madrasah. All inhabited, thriving – a living museum. You lunch in the old Summer Palace of the Emir. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 8, SAMARKAND, THE ANCIENT

samarkand

Wealth, conquest and faith intertwine among the splendors of Samarqand, one of the oldest settlements on Earth. At the time of Timur, this was called the most beautiful city in the world. Today, as you stand among the ornate marble pillars and vaults of Registan square or the exquisite glazed tiles of the Shah-i-Zinda necropolis, it’s impossible to suppress your sense of wonder. Visiting the Afrasiyab excavation site, you untangle the roots of this astonishing civilization. Overnight: Registan Plaza Hotel (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 9, SAMARKAND, THE MAGNIFICENT

SAMARKAND2

Another day to soak up the UNESCO World Heritage site of Samarqand on this train journey. Delve into its Islamic past and sift through its riches. You see Uzbek craftsmen skillfully weave silk into carpets and press paper from mulberry bark, before casting your eyes to the magnificent past at the Ulugh Beg Observatory, the ruins of Bibi Khanum Mosque and the impressive Gur Emir Mausoleum. Overnight: Registan Plaza Hotel (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

 

 

DAY 10, SHAKHRISABZ, THE MIGHTY

Under wide blue skies, you explore Shahrisabz, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Timur, the fourteenth-century Mongol conqueror, filled this once-mighty city with grandiose testaments to his earthly power. Now his palaces stand in ruins around you in the bustling market town: crumbling reminders of a lost empire. You experience a folklore performance, and meet some of the locals in a small village. Before night closes in, the train departs, and you join fellow travelers for an Uzbek wine tasting in the dining car. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 11, TASHKENT, THE GREEN OASIS
tashkent2

Your private train rolls into Tashkent, a city studded with monuments that hark back to the Silk Road. You experience the lush, green oasis of the steppe and tour its caravanserais, fortresses and madrasah—history in earthen brick and turquoise tile. As evening arrives, you depart and travel the Silk Road trail to Kazakhstan. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 12, NOMAD'S PILGRAMAGE CENTRE, TURKESTAN

TURKESTAN

As you eat breakfast, the glorious steppe unfolds outside the window to the steady beat of the railroad moving along the tracks. Soon you arrive in Turkestan, and stand before the magnificent Mausoleum of Khawaja Ahmed Yasawi, the vast, brightly tiled testament to power and beauty that UNESCO have made a World Heritage site and the Kazakhs revere as their national icon. It’s your last night on the train and your last dinner in the dining car. You bid a fond farewell to the staff as you roll on towards Almaty. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 13, ALMATY, THE FATHER OF APPLES

ALMATY

Standing beneath the brilliantly colored patterns on the Ascension Cathedral, you gaze up at one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. It’s been a day of discovery, strolling through Kazakhstan’s capital of avenues and cafes, framed by the foothills of the Tian Shan mountain range. You see the circus, the wedding palace and the central mosque, and, in the evening eat a farewell dinner in a yurt restaurant. Overnight/day room: Rahat Palace Hotel (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 14, ALMATY, AN EPIC JOURNEY COMES TO AN END

You catch the transfer for your flight home, leaving wide blue skies, the open steppe, and epic monuments behind you, laden with unparalleled memories of the Silk Road.


WESTBOUND: ALMATY TO ASHGABAT

DAY 1, WELCOME TO ALMATY

ALMATY

Like traders on the Silk Road one thousand years ago, you arrive in Almaty surrounded by the cool midnight air. A bus whisks you to your hotel to rest. Tomorrow, you will explore Kazakhstan’s vibrant capital city. Overnight: Rahat Palace Hotel (or similar).

DAY 2, LIFE AT ALMATY

Standing beneath the brilliantly colored patterns on the Ascension Cathedral, you gaze up at one of the largest wooden buildings in the world. It’s been a morning of discovery, strolling through Kazakhstan’s capital of avenues and cafes, framed by the foothills of the Tian Shan mountain range. Soon you will be treated to a welcome lunch in a yurt restaurant, before you board your private train. Your luggage is ready and waiting for you in your personal compartment. You unpack and relax, then head for the dining car. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner..

DAY 3, NOMAD'S PILGRAMAGE CENTRE, TURKESTAN

TURKESTAN

As you eat breakfast, the glorious steppe unfolds outside the window to the steady beat of the railroad moving along the tracks. Soon you arrive in Turkestan, and stand before the magnificent Mausoleum of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi: the vast, brightly-tiled testament to power and beauty that UNESCO have made a World Heritage site and the Kazakhs revere as their national icon. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 4, TASHKENT, THE GREEN OASIS

tashkent2

Your private train rolls into Tashkent, a city studded with monuments that hark back to the Silk Road. You experience the lush, green oasis of the steppe and tour its caravanserais, fortresses and madrasah—history in earthen brick and turquoise tile. As evening arrives, you depart and travel the Silk Road trail to Kazakhstan. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 5, SHAKHRISABZ, THE MIGHTY

Under wide blue skies, you explore Shahrisabz, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Timur, the fourteenth-century Mongol conqueror, filled this once-mighty city with grandiose testaments to his earthly power. Now his palaces stand in ruins around you in the bustling market town: crumbling reminders of a lost empire. You experience a folklore performance, and meet some of the locals in a small village. Before night closes in, the train departs, and you join fellow travelers for an Uzbek wine tasting in the dining car. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 6, SAMARKAND, THE ANCIENT

samarkand

Wealth, conquest and faith intertwine among the splendors of Samarqand, one of the oldest settlements on Earth. At the time of Timur, this was called the most beautiful city in the world. Today, as you stand among the ornate marble pillars and vaults of Registan square or the exquisite glazed tiles of the Shah-i-Zinda necropolis, it’s impossible to suppress your sense of wonder. In visiting the Afrosiyab excavation site you untangle the roots of this astonishing civilization. Overnight: Registan Plaza Hotel (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 7, SAMARKAND, THE MAGNIFICENT

SAMARKAND2

Another day to soak up the UNESCO World Heritage site of Samarqand on this train journey. Delve into its Islamic past and sift through its riches. You see Uzbek craftsmen skillfully weave silk into carpets and press paper from mulberry bark, before casting your eyes to the magnificent past at the Ulugh Beg Observatory, the ruins of Bibi Khanum Mosque and the impressive Gur Emir Mausoleum. Overnight: Registan Plaza Hotel (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 8, SAMARKAND TO KHIVA

KHIVA2

On a last bright morning in Samarqand, you breakfast, wander the city, and board your private train as the sun touches noon. The spectacular steppe scrolls by your window in green hills, ancient rock and distant mountains. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 9, A FAIRY TALE OF 1001 NIGHTS

khiva

This is Khiva, an ancient city fortress. Beneath the vivid blue glazed bands of the Kalta Minor Minaret, you set out through the sun and shadow of winding streets on a dreamlike tour of the town’s palaces, mosques, mausoleums and madrasah. All inhabited, thriving – a living museum. You lunch in the old Summer Palace of the Emir. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 10, BUKHARA, THE NOBLE

orient express

Beneath the imposing yellow brickwork of the Kaljan minaret, you gaze at the magnificent gateways on either side of the courtyard, each a heady cocktail of intricate tilework and grand design. This is only a first glimpse of old Bukhara, a site of UNESCO World Heritage that holds a miraculous city-museum of a thousand monuments, each a testimony to the glory days of caravan trade. At the Lyab-i Hauz ensemble, you witness the 500-year-old architectural ingenuity that keeps a pool full in the baking Kysylkum desert. You learn about the satirical Sufi Nasreddin Hodja, watch local dances, listen to exotic Uzbek tunes and have dazzling national costumes paraded in the courtyard of a madrasah. Overnight: Hotel Asia Bukhara (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 11, MAUSOLEUM OF THE SAMANID

Another long, glorious, desert day devoted to the infinitely rich Bukhara. From the sumptuous stylings of the Mire-e-Arab Madrasah, you move to the textured geometry of the Samanid Mausoleum regarded by many as the most beautiful and precious building in Central Asia. Then onto the gargantuan, 1,500-year-old Ark fortress, and the only women’s mosque in the country. Standing on its vast rampart, you take a last view out over Bukhara, glistening turquoise and yellow in the bright afternoon light. A diamond in the dust. Overnight on board. Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 12, MERV, THE ANCIENT PEARL OF THE EAST

At daybreak, your private train draws into the ancient oasis of Merv. In the twelfth-century, this was one of the largest cities in the world. Nourished by the Silk Road, its fame crossed continents. Now you stand surrounded by imposing ruins that rise up from the desert sand and crumbling arches framing bright blue sky. You walk among the relics of this UNESCO World Heritage site, including the gigantic Tomb of Ahmed Sanjar, the Virgin Fortress, and the cold room, and are invited to lunch in the courtyard of a family home. Overnight: Hotel Ashgabat (or similar). Meal included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

DAY 13, FORMER ROYAL CITY OF NISA AND TODAY'S CAPITAL, ASHGABAT
ASHGABAT

Situated on the River Volga, the picturesque and historic city of Kazan is the capital of Tatarstan. Here we have the opportunity to see for ourselves its rich tapestry of history and culture. One of the highlights of this city tour is our exploration of the Kremlin Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the walls of this ancient citadel we will explore its stunning mosque and picture-perfect onion-domed cathedral. As Kazan is the birthplace of one of Russia’s most famous opera singers, Feodor Chaliapin (1873-1938), we honour his memory with a private concert of his music. You will also have time to wander through the main pedestrian area of Kazan and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the city.

DAY 14, ASHGABAT - AN EPIC JOURNEY COMES TO AN END

You catch the transfer for your flight home, leaving wide blue skies, the open steppe, and epic monuments behind you, laden with unparalleled memories of the Silk Road.

The Orient Silk Road Express

The private Orient Silk Road Express is designed to provide you with a comfortable experience as you embark on the adventure of a lifetime and offers a range of cabins to suit every budget. Enjoy dining in the charming restaurant carriages where you are able to try the freshest local cuisine and relax with fellow passengers. Also, take the time to get involved in several lectures on board the train where you can learn about the history, people and cultures of the countries you travel through.

Choose from 4 different cabin types:

The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express

This compartment has sleeping berths (26.4 × 72.4 in /67 × 184cm) for up to four guests. A table near the window separates lower and upper berths on either side. Each car has nine compartments, with washroom facilities at both ends.

The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express

This compartment has two lower berths (27.5 × 74.8 in/67 × 184 cm each), as well as a table and additional storage space. Each car has nine compartments, with washroom facilities at both ends.

The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express

This category features two lower beds (27.5 × 74.8 in/67 × 184 cm each), a small table and storage space. Each car has eight compartments and a shower, together with washroom facilities at both ends. Guests in this category also receive one bathrobe per compartment.

The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express

The Orient Silk Road Express’ grandest accommodation. The Kalif category features two beds, upper and lower (31.6 × 68.5 in/80 × 174 cm and 44 × 72.4 in/112 × 184 cm). Each compartment includes a closet, safe and private bathroom with a separate shower cabin. Each car in this category is limited to four compartments and a maximum of just eight guests.

The Legendary Silk Road - Orient Silk Road Express


 Flight details:

  Please speak with us to get the best prices on flights added to your tour

 Please note:

  The tour operates in case there are minimum 2 passangers booked per departure

  The deposit is payable on the tour, please enquire during the booking stage

  We use live currency update, price may slightly fluctuate daily

  IntoRussia Ltd reserves the right to change hotels to similar ones of the same standard and change the order of excursions

 Extras:

  If you are a group and want to add extra days or excursions, or you are looking for more independence,

      contact our Destination Experts for a tailor-made package


 DEPARTURES 2019

WESTBOUND: Almaty to Ashgabat, 2019

Almaty to Ashgabat, 14 days, excluding flights

HABIBI cabin

ALI BABA cabin

ALADIN cabin

SULTAN cabin KALIF cabin

3 to 16 October, 2019

Без имени 1

 from 3179.21 £ from 4626.46 £   from 5193.78 £   from 8354.57 £    from 8632.44 £

 

EASTBOUND: Ashgabat to Almaty, 2019

Ashgabat to Almaty, 14 days, excluding flights

HABIBI cabin

ALI BABA cabin

ALADIN cabin

SULTAN cabin KALIF cabin

15 to 28 October, 2019

Без имени 1

 from 3179.21 £ from 4626.46 £   from 5193.78 £   from 8354.57 £    from 8632.44 £


Supplements

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement Price per person

Supplement for use of  the

compartment by 3 persons

729.41 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Ali Baba

1400.94 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Sultan

3924.94 £  

Single use supplement for 5

hotel overnights for cat. Habibi

393.65 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Aladin

1725.12 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Kalif

4040.72 £


 DEPARTURES 2020

WESTBOUND: Almaty to Ashgabat, 2020

Almaty to Ashgabat, 14 days, excluding flights

HABIBI cabin

ALI BABA cabin

ALADIN cabin

SULTAN cabin KALIF cabin

2 to 15 April, 2020

Без имени 1

 from 3005.54 £ from 4452.79 £   from 5020.11 £   from 8180.9 £    from 8458.77 £

8 to 21 October, 2020

Без имени 1

from 3410.77 £ from 4962.22 £ from 5564.28 £ from 8945.05 £ from 9234.5 £

 

EASTBOUND: Ashgabat to Almaty, 2020

Ashgabat to Almaty, 14 days, excluding flights

HABIBI cabin

ALI BABA cabin

ALADIN cabin

SULTAN cabin KALIF cabin

14 to 27 April, 2020

Без имени 1

 from 3005.54 £ from 4452.79 £   from 5020.11 £   from 8180.9 £    from 8458.77 £

20 October to 02 November, 2020

Без имени 1

from 3410.77 £ from 4962.22 £ from 5564.28 £ from 8945.05 £ from 9234.5 £


Supplements for departures in April, 2020

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement Price per person

Supplement for use of  the

compartment by 3 persons

729.41 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Ali Baba

1493.56 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Sultan

3924.94 £

Single use supplement for 5

hotel overnights for cat. Habibi

393.65 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Aladin

1725.12 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Kalif

4330.17 £


Supplements for departures in October, 2020

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement

Price per person

Supplement Price per person

Supplement for use of  the

compartment by 3 persons

787.3 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Ali Baba

1400.94 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Sultan

4191.23 £

Single use supplement for 5

hotel overnights for cat. Habibi

416.81 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Aladin

1852.48 £

Single use supplement train

and hotel for cat. Kalif

4040.72 £

All Tours Include:

•   Seven nights on an exclusively chartered train

•   Five nights in mid to high-end hotels

•   Excellent service from the tour director, group guide or local guide, each with excellent English

•   An on board doctor

•   All excursions and sightseeing as per itinerary, including entry fees

•   All transfers / bus trips according to itinerary

•   Transfers and bus tours as per itinerary

•   All meals according to itinerary

•   Hugely popular catering, with local specialties prepared on board and served as per itinerary

•   Entertaining and enlightening lectures on local lands, people and cultures

•   Concise informational talks on the Trans-Siberian Railway, regional geography, culture, and history of the countries along the route

•   A booklet on the region and the train itself for each reserved compartment

 

Not Included:

•   International flights (please speak with us to get the best prices on flights added to your tour)

•   Visa fees paid directly to the Consulate

•   Gratitutes

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