by train is quite attractive because you don’t have to drive
the car or fly on a plane, you can sit back and look for the
window enjoying the views . Across Europe there are plenty
of spectacular route to chose from. Even if you are looking
a luxurious experience, or you want to join commuters on an
ordinary trains witch passes on an extraordinary landscapes
here are some great train trips.
The Chocolate Train- This train is running in summer and
fall, climbs from Montreux , who has view at Geneva Lake and
the medieval town Gruyeres. In this town we can visit the
cheese factory and the local castle . We can have lunch ,
then go back on board the train and continue on to Broc.
There we can take the bus to the Cailler-Nestle, chocolate
factory where we get free samples before returning to train.
Tunnels Galore: The Bernina Express- Do not let
yourself tricked by the word express because this is not a
fast at all. This tour begins in the Alps , the south of
Switzland only in four hours passes on very narrow roads,
tunnels, bridges and reaches at very high altitude. Although
this route is for mountain goats, but is worth the effort to
spend four hours in train because you can see a beautiful
landscape. The route ends on Tirano town , which is knew for
few people. We find here
first class hotels and some
restaurants. This place makes you throw the return ticket.
Le Train Jaune, Pyrenees : It seems like a toy
train “yellow train” is a century-old institution which
offers spectacular views from Pyrenees. It’s also a ideal
way for skiers from this corner of France to reach on
excellent resort. The train reaches at high altitude and
crosses between villages offering great landscapes.
Zurich, Switzerland – Lake Como, Italy- the joy
travelling with this train is the transition from one place
to another, enjoying the landscapes. It starts from the
cosmopolitan centre of Zurich , climbs into the Alps, passes
green lakes, snowy peaks and crosses the picturesque Swiss
villages. A few hours later climbs down on the other side of
Italy at the Como Lake bunk.
London to Avignon- This gorgeous, long-distance
route to southern France’s former papal can be done direct
in the summer in less than six hours. A stretch through the
Kent countryside gives you a brief glimpse of one of
England’s prettiest counties before the train rolls on at
300 km/h through eastern France, with beautiful views of
vineyards and ancient towns.
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these destinations in the first place for boarding the train
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