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Achenseebahn Railway

Achenseebahn railway

In Austria, we travel on the Achenseebahn, a nearly 130 year old steam train that has been running constantly since its maiden journey in 1889. The train makes its way through the Inntal Valley from Jenbach to Achensee, travelling 4.2 miles and climbing 440 meters. This route passes through areas of unparalleled beauty, including the emerald waters of Achensee, the Tyrol's largest lake. This line is also in Europe's largest nature reserve, the Karwendel Mountains, filled with stunning mountains and wonderful Alpine scenery. This line holds the title of being the oldest cog railway still in operation in Europe, and some of its carriages date back to the early 1900's.

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Grand Alpine Explorer
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2020JunJulAug
14 days from
£3,795 pp
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  • DestinationAustria, Germany, Switzerland
  • Starts / EndsSt Pancras International
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8 days from
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  • DestinationAustria, Germany
  • Starts / EndsLHR Heathrow
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  • TransportFlight, Rail
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Jesus Before Pilate
Raildiscoveries
2020MayJunJulAugSep
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Rail Discoveries Value Tour
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  • DestinationAustria, Germany
  • Starts / EndsSt Pancras International
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Grand Alpine Explorer
Mr M Ward
“The hotels were of variable standard. We felt the hotel in Traunkirchen was not of 4 star standard with regard to facilities, room, and the hotel was not particularly well situated. The dinners served in St Moritz were of poor quality and appeared to have been prepared on an extremely tight budget. However the hotel in Innsbruck was excellent and we would have preferred more time there than in Traunkirchen. The total porterage worked excellently which is why we give the holiday 4 and not 3.
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