Category: Train routes

Barcelona to Seville by Train

30-03-2014

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Barcelona and Seville stand at opposite ends of Spain in terms of both geography and outlook. Traveling from Barcelona to Seville by train gives you the chance to explore the diffe...

Prague to Vienna by Train

06-03-2014

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Romantic Prague and grandiose Vienna have been twinned together for centuries. When Mozart felt hurt and unloved in Austria, he relocated to the Czech capital. When Czechs were loo...

Rome to Florence by Train

23-12-2013

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Rome to Florence, by train. You’ll be hard-pressed to find two cities that offer more to visitors. Your Eurail Pass allows you to make the most of their relative proximity. H...

The Art of French Train Travel with Eurail

18-12-2013

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Nothing evokes the glamour of rail travel in France quite like stepping into the Art Nouveau splendor of Paris’ Gare de Lyon. An hour later, you’re strolling through the Luxembourg...

A Week in the Life of a Eurail Traveler

11-12-2013

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American travelers Bethany Salvon (37) and Randy Kalp (34) set out on a seven day rail trip in autumn with the Eurail pass. Here’s a photo diary they created of their life as...

10 Tips for a Perfect Eurail Trip

18-11-2013

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Exploring Europe by train can be the journey of a lifetime. There are 28 countries included in the Eurail Global Pass and the diversity of cultures, cuisines, and scenery is truly ...

Munich to Salzburg by Train

07-11-2013

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Munich (München), Germany’s third largest city is a modern, sophisticated city with a history steeped in tradition. It’s famous for its annual beer festival, the Oktoberfest,...

Train Options from Paris to Rome

29-10-2013

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Let’s face it, Paris and Rome are simply two of the glitziest cities in Europe, if not the world. Both are synonymous with great fashion, food, architecture and history, not to men...

8 Winter Train Travel Moments with Eurail

15-10-2013

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During our last winter Eurail journey through Europe’s coldest corners of Scandinavia and Switzerland, we drank in spectacular views of snow-quilted fjords, valleys, and ski ...