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The Train is the Star in These 6 Famous Movies

The Train is the Star in These 6 Famous Movies

Austria / France / India / Italy / Orient-Express / Paris / Rail Travel / rail vacation / Train Travel / train vacation / USA / Vacations / Venice Simplon-Orient-Express / Vienna / Western Europe | March 16, 2018

For as long as we’ve been making movies, we’ve been telling stories with trains. From the birth of cinema with The Great Train Robbery in 1903 to modern cult classics such as Snowpiercer and Source Code, there’s something about trains and train journeys in film that keep our eyes transfixed on the silver screen. Pop some popcorn and take a look at a few of our favorite train films, then see how Railbookers can help you recreate these incredible journeys for yourself.

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K + K Hotels

Budapest / Prague / Vienna | August 8, 2013

K+K hotels are a family run business with ten boutique 4 star hotels throughout Europe in their portfolio. During my recent trip, I was fortunate enough to stay in a K+K hotel in three cities, Prague, Vienna and Budapest. This gave me a great insight into the quality and services they provide and has given me great confidence in the K+K name.

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Matt Visits Vienna, Prague and Berlin

Berlin / Budapest / Prague / Vienna | December 19, 2011

I was now half way through my itinerary, which had begun in Cologne before heading on to Munich and Budapest as described in my previous blog and, though I was looking forward to the prospect of visiting some new places, I was somewhat disappointed to be leaving Budapest and made a mental note to return at some point in the not too distant future.

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A Passage to Transylvania

Bucharest / Romania / Transylvania / Vienna | April 26, 2011

I am quite certain that in some of my readers’ minds Transylvania exists somewhere in the mythological space rather than on the surface of the Earth. Yet for others, once they realise Transylvania actually exists, it turns into a place in which to trace the very material inspiration for legends such as Dracula and Countess Bathory.

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