European Rail Tour Packages
Europe is home to some of the world’s most acclaimed destinations. Your dream may be to stroll the Champs-Elysees, make a wish in the Trevi Fountain, or relax along the Amalfi Coast—or visit any number of big cities, medieval villages and coastal towns in-between. Europe is also home to a vast rail network spanning virtually every European country. When you combine must-see destinations and travel aboard Europe’s sleek trains, the result is an exceptional European vacation.
As you make your way between destinations aboard local, regional, high-speed trains like the Eurostar or TGV, or scenic specialty trains like Switzerland’s Glacier Express, relax in your comfortable onboard accommodations and drink in the local scenery, which ranges from coastal passages and lush vineyards to majestic mountains and quaint villages.
Choose from a selection of European tours to Western Europe’s most popular sights, Eastern Europe’s Imperial Cities, or embark on an opulent rail journey aboard Europe’s luxury trains like the Venice Simplon-Orient Express, Royal Scotsman or Golden Eagle Trans Siberian Express.
Train Vacations in Europe
Jewels of Central Europe 18 days from $6039
A sailing along the Moselle, Rhine, Main, and Danube Rivers is the centerpiece of your 18-day rail-river cruise vacation that begins in the City of Light, Paris, and takes you by high-speed train to Luxembourg, where you will board your river cruise ship for the 14-night journey through Germany, Austria and Hungary.
Departs from May 2015 to October 2015.
London, York & Edinburgh with Stonehenge & Bath 11 days from $2231
Discover the best of London, York and Edinburgh by rail. Highlights of this 11-day vacation include a visit to St. Paul’s Cathedral, a full-day excursion to Bath and Stonehenge, and a visit to Edinburgh Castle.
Departs from July 2014 to September 2014.
Rome, Florence and Venice by Train 11 days from $2285
Look no further. This is the classic grand tour of Italy. Visit the Eternal City of Rome, the grand Renaissance city of Florence, and Venice with its meandering canals, connecting each magnificent city by high-speed train.