In this issue: the world’s most luxurious trains, Eurostar’s expansion plans to Germany, a beer ban in German trains and the West Kowloon Terminus in Hong Kong.
Come along as Rail Europe’s Samina travels to London and Paris by train on the Eurostar and shares some of the exciting research for the royal themed events in London.
Watch Peter Greenberg praise Britain’s efficient railway system and invites visitors to London to take the train to get out of London.
In the new information age, connectivity moves at the speed of rail. Read which trains now have WiFi (it’s a big one) plus the latest in high-speed rail news.
In this edition of our high speed rail news series, we cover new developments of high speed rail lines in France and Spain, the latest generation of TGV trains going into service, and environmental breakthroughs including a solar power train tunnel and Eurostar’s ambitious plan to further lower its carbon footprint.
Sixteen years and about 115 million passengers later – Eurostar has decided to rebrand. Along with a sleek new logo comes an all encompassing new name “Eurostar International”.
Our CEO, Frédéric Langlois, has written our latest edition to our blog post series “High Speed Rail News.” Learn about the latest achievements in High Speed Rail including on new routes and news from European railroads such as Eurostar, DB, Trenitalia and more..
Germany travels through the famed chunnel and Eurostar is getting stylized – the European way.
Eurostar is adding more trains thanks to increased ridership and focusing on ease of connections and Swedes are celebrating their own milestones. All this in this week’s Fast Track.
The SNCF launches new campaign to target the million-plus fare dodgers each year. Plus, giving Eurostar a little competition and rail cards saving Brits a bit of quid – all in this weeks Fast Track news.
This blog section dares to decimate any notion that the train is anything but modern, efficient and futuristic. And will change the way we travel in exciting new ways.
Rail Europe’s Nancy experiences 6 days of travel using the TGV, Eurostar and Virgin Trains through France and England.