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The Top Train Vacations for 2018

The Top Train Vacations for 2018

Bernina Express / Canada / Cannes / Florence / France / Germany / Glacier Express / Golden Pass / Granada / Interlaken / Italy / Jungfrau / Koblenz / Luxembourg / Luxembourg City / Nice / River Mosel / River Rhine / Rudesheim / Spain / Switzerland / Venice / Wine | December 20, 2017

Planning your 2018 travel? We’ve put together a must-do list of rail vacations to suit any style. History buffs, foodies, sun-seekers, and those in search of the ultimate adventure can all find inspiration with our top train journeys for 2018 that are the perfect cure for wanderlust.

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A Day Trip to Luxembourg

Luxembourg / Luxembourg City | March 4, 2016

Relatively small and unknown, Luxembourg City is definitely one of the most underrated gems in Europe. The capital of Luxembourg is perfectly situated in close proximity to metropolises like Brussels and Cologne and is easily accessible by rail or air. Now, I would not go as far as describing this picturesque town with approximately 100,000 inhabitants as a cosmopolitan hub, but it is certainly worth having a look around.

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Six days riding the rails, on a culinary adventure

Amsterdam / Antwerp / Belgium / Food / Luxembourg City / The Hague / Wine | October 9, 2013

I start my culinary adventure at London’s rejuvenated St Pancras station and take the Eurostar under the English Channel to Brussels. At Brussels Midi, I transfer onto a local train for a 3 hour journey to Luxembourg, the world’s last remaining Grand Duchy. Here I check in at the Novotel, about 10 minutes walk from the main station.

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Amsterdam, Cologne, Luxembourg & the Mosel Valley

Amsterdam / Cologne / Deutsche Bahn / Eurostar / Germany / Luxembourg City / Netherlands / Thalys | August 15, 2011

I had a hectic schedule for this trip, beginning with a 7:30 Eurostar from London and a follow on Thalys at 11:50 to Amsterdam. The Thalys train shortens the journey to Amsterdam by an hour and in my experience it is certainly worth the additional cost. Not only do you arrive in Amsterdam faster, but the train is very comfortable. The cost of an upgrade to first is also very affordable, and comes with lounge access (after signing up for a free membership) and a meal.

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