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Visit Wroclaw, a city of meetings where German and Polish cultures have mingled for centuries.

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Train Travel in Poland – A Massive Land in the Heart of Europe

Moving further east Warsaw and Krakow draw visitors with their medieval squares, fascinating histories and opulent castles. By boarding a train to travel through Poland you cross countryside where wild bison still roam and primeval forests are flush with life. We use modern, comfortable trains to travel through Poland and plan our routes to balance scenic views with first rate excursions.

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Discover Poland

Reflect on a region's fascinating past as we explore unified Berlin, and discover Poland, including the medieval squares and castles of Wroclaw, Krakow and Warsaw. Take a poignant trip to Auschwitz and visit unique salt mines as we reveal the history, music and people of beautiful Poland.

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Premium Trans-Siberian Express in Winter

Witness the true splendour of Dr Zhivago landscapes from the warmth of your luxurious carriage, enjoying sleigh rides and choirs, saunas and yurts en-route to Vladivostok. Travel on the Golden Eagle Trans-Siberian Express train for an unforgettable 8,000-mile winter adventure. The maximum group number for this tour will be capped at 20, allowing for a more intimate, personal experience.

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The Trans-Siberian: Moscow to Beijing

Let the Tsar's Gold Train take you on an incredible adventure across almost half of the surface of the world from the ornate splendor of Moscow to the bustling beauty of modern Beijing, through remote Siberia, beautiful Mongolia and the vast landscapes of the Gobi Desert.

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