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48 Hours in Prague

48 Hours in Prague

Czech Republic / Eastern Europe / Europe / Food / Prague / Rail Travel / rail vacation / Train Travel / train vacation / Wine | June 21, 2018

One of the world’s most romantic cities, Prague offers tranquil, waterside beauty and a vibrant urban energy that’s unlike anywhere else in the world.  Discover captivating Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and Cubist architecture, and a maze of lanes lined with pubs, shops and restaurants. Not sure where to start? We’ve created a 48-hour Prague itinerary for first-timers and return visitors to make the most of your time in this enchanting city.

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24 Hours in Venice

24 Hours in Venice

Food / Italy / Rail Travel / rail vacation / Train Travel / train vacation / Travel Tips / Venice / Venice Simplon-Orient-Express / Wine | February 16, 2018

Ciao Bella! Built across more than a hundred islands, connected by canals and bridges, Venice is one of the world’s most unique and beautiful cities. A captivating destination for hundreds of years, Venice often turns first-timers into repeat visitors, which is why we’ve shared two versions of a 24-hour Venice itinerary for your train vacation with Railbookers.

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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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24 Hours in Rome

24 Hours in Rome

Food / Italy / Photography / Rome / Train Travel / Western Europe / Wine | December 15, 2017

One of the world’s most captivating cities, Rome is more than an ancient metropolis—it’s an enormous open air museum. Of course there are the must-sees, but there are also endless treasures to discover off the beaten path. More than a simple top ten list, we’ve crafted a realistic itinerary that helps you make the most of Rome during your rail vacation. Whether it’s your first time in the Eternal City, or you’ve been before, find a full day’s worth of exceptional exploration below.

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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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Angers - Common or Garden?

Angers / France / Wine | October 1, 2013

There is a little place not far from Paris, in the heart of the Loire Valley which is called ‘the Garden of France’, with good reason. Getting to Angers is easy; a short train ride only an hour and a half away from Paris can bring you there. Falling in love with Angers is even easier. Only an hour and a half in this medieval stronghold of cheese and wine is enough to convince you.

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