Travel is just better in pairs. And that principle can also be applied to twin city breaks. Here are five of our favourite twin city excursions.
I took the Heathrow Express to downtown London, used Visitor Oyster card to explore the city, and traveled by the high speed Eurostar train from London to Paris.
Travel France by train with Rail Europe and discover some hidden gems, ‘off the beaten track’ destinations that we think deserve some space on travelers’ itineraries.
We spent the morning touring Dijon, then hopped on the TGV Lyria to Paris for our last day. We had a great time on the Paris Dinner Cruise, delicious food, incredible views & the Eiffel Tower, lit up and sparkling!
We had an amazing half day tour of London today, seeing sights such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace & St. Paul’s. We ended our day with an incredible ride on Eurostar to Paris!
Check out these Chunnel facts to help you realize that while not an official wonder of the world, the Chunnel is a wonder under the world. One best experienced by train!
Mont Saint Michel is a mysterious & fascinating island. Get insider tips on how to reach this sought after destination from Paris by train & bus.
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.
Our guest blogger Ben Ratliff shares some tips about visiting famed impressionist painter Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, only a 45-minute train ride from Paris.
For years, Ben had hoped to travel back to Europe like he did after high school. He contacted Rail Europe, and we set him up with rail passes to reconnect him with his passion of traveling by train.
Suggestions on Paris shopping at French Trotters, a chic, fashionable store in the heart of Paris.
Before you make that reservation at a très chic, crowded restaurant for Valentine’s Day, or try to figure out how to sum up your feelings in 200 characters or less for a card attached to overpriced roses, why not consider looking into a trip to Paris? The memories will last much longer than that fancy box of chocolates!