Rail Europe team members share their rail resolutions for the New year – their train travel wishlist for the months ahead.
Not only does the arrival of 2020 mean a new year, it also carries with it the excitement of a brand new decade. There’s no better time to start making rail resolutions and wanderlust wishes. Here are some of the best European destinations to visit in 2020 by train to get your year off to a great, green start.
Europe may be changing but there are many traditions that will always stay the same. Each month brings a new festival, tradition or celebration. You can reach all of these destinations with a Eurail Global Pass or with a One Country or Regional pass.
One of the best places to see the Northern Lights is Scandinavia, with trains taking you to remote regions where the Aurora Borealis can do their beautiful thing.
We have all seen those impressive firework displays relayed around the world showing how various cities celebrate the new year. As a new decade begins, you could experience one for real, taking a train to one of our favourite festive cities.
One of the best times to visit Europe is during the autumn months. From festivals to fjords, islands to Italy, Europe is both tranquil and tantalising at this time of year.
Switzerland is at the heart of the Alps, the most extensive and impressive mountain range in Europe spanning across seven countries. There is, therefore, no shortage of peaks to visit…
Travel between France and Spain this winter and enjoy crowd-free cities filled with holiday cheer. We have prepared for you some travel ideas, that include not only the well-known locations, but also some hidden gems. Book your France-Spain tickets in advance to travel at low fares.
The birth country of pizzas, gelatos and tiramisus, every mealtime in Italy guarantees a mouth-watering experience. Just for starters, here are some of our favourite foodie tips when visiting Italy’s most stunning cities.
Autumn is a great time of year to enjoy the great outdoors. So if you enjoy hiking and the convenience of starting your trek in or near a popular European city centre, check out these four stunning day trails in or near Edinburgh, Paris, Lucerne and Baden-Baden.
It’s no secret that Austria is home to beautiful nature and a colourful culture. And lucky for us, these wonders are never too far from each other.
If you enjoy your dessert or sweet treats, then this is one journey around Europe you’ll want to embark on! We’ve done the homework so just hop on!
It might sound a lot and perhaps even far-fetched, but travelling a distance of 1,200km, across four language regions, through more than 90 tunnels and over about 295 bridges, while passing a series of majestic mountains and verdant valleys with zero rush is actually quite do-able in just a few days! Where is this possible?…
Whether you are planning a visit to one, two, three or all four countries, the best way to explore the UK and take in all it has to offer is by rail. Simply check out the range of BritRail Passes that best suit your travel needs. Here’s what you need to know and consider before your next trip over.
You cannot visit Europe and not visit some of its beautiful castles and palaces. Here are our top six and how you can get there!