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From Ulaanbaatar to Tbilisi

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From Ulaanbaatar to Tbilisi

Hello dear friends.

I really want to participate in Batumi raptor count at from end-August to mid-September in Georgia. But don't have lot of money for spend travel to Tbilisi by flight. And i decided will used bus and train.

I need to know trip way details from Astana to Tbilisi by train.

I thinks good way is Astana-Astrakhan-Volgograd-Krasnodar and Tbilisi by train.

My friend it will be possible or not?

Also i don't know that what way i find about from Astrakhan to Tbilisi by train or bus. It is possible, really great.

Please talk to me about this travel my friends.

I hope your advice would really helpful for me!!!

Moscow, Russia
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1. Re: From Ulaanbaatar to Tbilisi

No train service between Russia and Georgia. And most probably no bus. For a reliable answer, better ask in Georgia forum.

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2. Re: From Ulaanbaatar to Tbilisi

Looking at it a little more closely, it looks like the border between Russia and Georgia is closed for non CIS passport holders. If you aren't from the bloc, you won't be able to make that crossing from Russia to Georgia. You need to enter Georgia via Turkey or Azerbaijan to make this work.. Or fly in. There are flights from Almaty to Tbilisi for about $200 one way. Check Ukraine International, Aerosvit, and Air Astana

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