Want to travel from Nice to Geneva? We can help! Travel Nice to Geneva on the TGV Lyria. Discover Nice and Geneva and how to easily travel to these amazing cities!
Explore some of the top beaches in Europe, both family-friendly & nude. Get info on how to travel to these European beaches, many which are off-the-beaten-path.
Travel between France and Germany by train. Take Thalys or TGV Est trains during the day, or take the City Night Line. Explore all of France and Germany by train!
Eurostar welcomes Chef Raymond Blanc aboard to enhance Business Premier menus. Using seasonal & sustainable foods, the new menus will provide the ultimate high-speed rail experience.
Only 20 minutes from Paris, the Palace of Versailles is the grandest & most famous chateau in France. Learn travel tips & fun facts about this popular tourist destination in France.
Mont Saint Michel is a mysterious & fascinating island. Get insider tips on how to reach this sought after destination from Paris by train & bus.
A look at the differences and similarities of Normandy, the French Riviera & Paris with suggestions on which cities in these regions to visit by TGV train.
Come along as Rail Europe’s Samina travels to London and Paris by train on the Eurostar and shares some of the exciting research for the royal themed events in London.
A travel guide to the D-Day beaches, which includes information on how to travel there with single rail ticket or a France Rail Pass.
Read a traveler experience of visiting the museums along the Cote d’Azur. To visit the museums of the French Riviera, we recommend making Nice your base, which is easily reached by the TGV train.
Our guest blogger Ben Ratliff shares some tips about visiting famed impressionist painter Claude Monet’s house in Giverny, only a 45-minute train ride from Paris.
For years, Ben had hoped to travel back to Europe like he did after high school. He contacted Rail Europe, and we set him up with rail passes to reconnect him with his passion of traveling by train.
Check out our top ten list of things to discover on your summer trip to Paris whether it is your first or fifth (or more!).
Just 2.5 hours away from Paris, Rennes, the capital of the Bretagne region, is both savory and sweet. Come taste a different side of France that’s filled with tradition.
Blog post comparing French and Italian cuisines. Italian food is more focused on the ingredients rather than the technique, and tastes lighter thanks to prodigious use of olive oil. French cuisine relies heavily on butter (hence, those divine cream sauces.)