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France is known for its beautiful cities, stunning countryside, unique architecture and delicious wine and food! With so many bucket list destinations and a state of the art rail network linking most destinations and Europe beyond, why would you travel any other way?
The Netherlands - a tiny country that packs a lot, also when it comes to trains, which are fast, efficient and comfortable. They serve domestic destinations at regular intervals, even up to 6 times an hour. You can easily connect to international destinations - take the IC/ICE train to Berlin, Frankfurt or Dusseldorf; hop on the IC train or Thalys to Brussels or continue on all the way to Paris.
The UK train network reaches out to virtually every corner of England, Wales and Scotland, which makes discovering the country amazingly simple. To mate things even more convenient, grab a BritRail pass, which gives you unlimited access to the entire National Rail network. And since seat reservations are not required, you can simply hop on any train you want without any extra cost.
The year is ending and it's time for us to look back at the year that was. We have created a list of the most popular train journeys and a list of the best-selling scenic and luxury experiences of 2017. And it's important to look ahead and plan for the future, so we've added a list of the top 5 emerging destinations for 2018. Let's go!
Aussies love a winter wonderland but not all of us want to experience it while flying down a mountain on two skis. Enter Canada! With its turquoise frozen lakes, festivals, and snowmen aplenty, it’s little wonder Canada has become the hot spot for wintry magic sans skis. Read on for ten reasons why winter in Canada feels like a real-life snow dome.
When you're exploring a country as visually spectacular as Canada you want to be as close to the ground as possible. Hire a car for the road trip of a lifetime, or ride the rails and traverse Canada's diverse landscapes by train. Better still? Combine the two and you're in for an unforgettable adventure. Read on to find out how you can travel from British Columbia in the west to Nova Scotia in the east without setting foot in a domestic airport.