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  • Top romantic train journeys

    Top romantic train journeys

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    12 February 2016

    Ever considered having a romantic meal in an altogether different setting? Set aside the notion of a slap-up dinner in a chain-pub, or an over-expensive boutique restaurant in the city centre, why not do it by rail?

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  • Britain’s most scenic railway journeys

    Britain’s most scenic railway journeys

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    4 December 2015

    Britain is an island made for railway journeys. As a long standing emblem of Britain’s powerful industrial past the railway has endured, and despite the 1963 Beeching Report, or ‘Beeching’s Axe’ - has in the last decade entered a new renaissance.

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  • Tren de Sóller

    Tren de Sóller

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    27 November 2015

    The Orange Express or Tren de Sóller is, a narrow gauge interurban train that has been running continuously since 1912, on a line that connects Palma to Sóller on Spain’s popular Balearic Islands.

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  • Imperial Cities: Berlin

    Imperial Cities: Berlin

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    11 November 2015

    Berlin binds you with its own unique spell and offers an intoxicating mix of history, civilisation and excellent food and drink. It is without doubt a worthy stop on any trip through Europe.

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  • Imperial Cities: Prague

    Imperial Cities: Prague

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    11 November 2015

    Prague’s countless focal points provide a never ending stream of photogenic real estate, its history is rich and diverse and its cuisine is as mouth-watering as the prospect of Charles Bridge on a crisp autumn morning. Simply put – Prague is still a palatable delight.

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  • Imperial Cities: Budapest

    Imperial Cities: Budapest

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    11 November 2015

    Budapest was the final city I visited on my recent trip to Europe, I found more history here than I had ever expected. It proved to be a fascinating place in the daytime and at night, both contrasted as much as the two halves of this great city, Buda and Pest.

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  • The Little Train of Pelion

    The Little Train of Pelion

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    5 November 2015

    The Pelion Railway, on which rides the fabled Little Train of Pelion, is a narrow gauge railway line in Greece, originally operated by Thessaly Railways.

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  • Time to visit Norway

    Time to visit Norway

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    4 November 2015

    Norway’s combination of beautiful landscapes and striking urban environments make it a must see for any avid traveller. And with the Northern Lights thrown in at the peak of their season, there has never been a better time to visit this dynamic country.

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  • Prague's Astronomical Clock

    Prague's Astronomical Clock

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    12 October 2015

    Centuries old and still ticking like new. See one of Prague’s most enduring masterpieces amidst its world-famous Old Town. The Astronomical Clock has been enchanting visitors for generations. Now it chimes on its latest milestone. 

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  • The Plantagenets

    The Plantagenets

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    8 September 2015

    Trace the footsteps of one of England’s great dynasties and delve into the history and legacy that made the Plantagenets one of Europe’s most powerful families. We visit the sites and indulge in the captivating tale of these ferocious Royals on a Great Rail Journey through England and France.

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  • The Jungfrau Railway

    The Jungfrau Railway

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    22 July 2015

    The Jungfrau Railway climbs up through the Alps, to the highest station in Europe. Let us take you to the top of Europe on your Swiss rail holiday.

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  • The Arctic Circle Express

    The Arctic Circle Express

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    8 July 2015

    The Nordland line is Norway’s longest railway, and the only line to cross the Arctic Circle. Experience the beauty on your own Arctic adventure.

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