Rail Europe

For a relatively small continent, Europe certainly packs a lot in: fifty countries, some 230 different languages and an extensive train network with some historic trains.

Travelling across Europe by train is an experience unlike any other. With its extensive network of railways criss-crossing the continent, train travel is the perfect way to explore. Whether you’re looking for a scenic journey through the countryside or a high-speed connection between major cities, the train is the best way to experience Europe.

One of the best things about train travel in Europe is the ability to hop on and off at your leisure. With flexible tickets and frequent departures, you can craft your itinerary as you go. From the rolling hills of Tuscany to the bustling streets of Paris, train travel lets you explore Europe at your own pace.

One of the most iconic train journeys in Europe is through the Swiss Alps on the Glacier Express. This train will take you through some of the most stunning scenery in the world, including snow-capped peaks, deep gorges, and picturesque villages. Onboard amenities include panoramic windows, dining cars, and observation decks.

Train travel in Europe is also incredibly sustainable. Trains produce fewer emissions than other forms of transportation, making them an eco-friendly option. Additionally, many European cities have excellent public transportation networks that can be accessed easily from train stations, reducing the need for additional car or taxi trips.

If you’re planning a trip to Europe, consider exploring the continent by train. With comfortable seating, stunning scenery, and frequent departures, train travel is the perfect way to see all that Europe has to offer.

Grand Tour of Switzerland

This Grand Tour of Switzerland is the perfect way to discover the country’s vibrant cities, charming villages, sapphire lakes, stunning mountain views, ancient glaciers, and some of the most scenic train routes. In 15 days, you’ll experience a combination of everything that attracts visitors to this small corner of the world. Whether you’re interested in the great outdoors, rest and relaxation, arts and culture, cuisine, or unrivalled panoramic views, you’ll find that this rail vacation is packed full of highlights. Aside from visiting the cities and small towns of Zurich, Interlaken, Lausanne, Zermatt, St Moritz, Lugano, and Lucerne, you’ll have plenty of time for mountain and railway excursions. Travel to the top of Jungfrau, take the iconic Golden and Gotthard Pass Lines, see the Matterhorn from the summit of Gornergrat, and ride the famous Glacier and Bernina Express. There are many unforgettable moments to see and experience on this Grand Tour of Switzerland.

15 days, from $7,149 per person