The Swiss Travel Pass covers travel on trains, buses, boats, & 500 museums. Guest author Renee Sklarew shows us why it’s the perfect pass for a family vacation!
Looking for the perfect Eurail France itinerary? We’ve got three options for three different budgets, from Paris to Nice to Champagne, and beyond.
You’ve arrived at your train station in Europe – now what? Here’s our advice for backpackers looking for easy & comfortable European hostels.
Our latest Train of Thought: Our Facebook fans debate France versus Italy in our France-Italy TGV discussion. Plus one fan wins tickets!
Check out our list of the top 10 cities to visit in Italy this year, plus expert train tips to make your trip even easier & more budget-friendly.
Game of Thrones fans, rejoice: we’ve figured out how to reach some of the most popular Game of Thrones filming locations by train.
We asked our Twitter fans for their tips on taking a romantic trip to France. Recurring themes: wine, food, and our personal favorite: long train rides. Read on for some wanderlust-inducing tips and photos!
Look, we know you’re going to try to find some Eurail Pass hacks anyway, so at least this way we can make sure you’re doing it right. Happy hacking!
The Rail Europe Gift Card is a nifty little product and we’ve come up with a few equally nifty and creative ways to use it. Read on!
Everything you wanted to know about taking the Norway in a Nutshell route: in a nutshell. See what we did there?
Youth travel to Europe this summer just got even easier: here’s our guide to the best youth discounts & benefits when traveling by train in Europe.
Sometimes the best view of a city is from the water! From Parisian dinners to German castles, these are our picks for Europe’s top sightseeing river cruises
Explore all Bratislava & Budapest have to offer. Also, learn from a rail expert how to travel from Bratislava to Budapest by Train.
Learn about what the Stonehenge is and how to travel there from London as well as other excursions to add to your day trip.
Learn about Hogmanay, the Scottish word for December 31st and synonymous with New Year’s Eve revelry.