Think you know the drill with hostels? Think again. These luxury European hostels will make you question everything you thought you knew about hostelling.
Only have a few vacation days to spare? Just want an overview of a few European cities? Here are our tips for making the most of a shorter trip.
You’ve arrived at your train station in Europe – now what? Here’s our advice for backpackers looking for easy & comfortable European hostels.
Station info. Sightseeing suggestions. Day trip ideas. FAQs. Our new train route pages are the best thing to happen to European train travel since bar cars.
Traveling by trains in Europe is now even more convenient with our e-ticketing options. Learn more about e-tickets with this quick reference guide.
An exciting day on-board high-speed trains! We took the France-Spain High Speed train from Paris to Barcelona for lunch & sightseeing. Then hopped on the AVE train to Narbonne.
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.
Madrid to Seville is one of the most picturesque high-speed rail routes in Europe. Here is a guide on how to travel by train from Madrid to Seville.
Learn why the AVE high-speed train is the best way to travel from Madrid to Barcelona. Find out more about the AVE as well as info about Madrid & Barcelona.
Learn insider travel tips for Athens, Warsaw, Belgrade and San Sebastian from Rail Europe’s well-traveled employee, Manny.
Traveling alone in the down season gives an opportunity to experience the city and local life in a different way. Read about travel using city cards and a sightseeing tour through Portugal and Spain.
Jackie DeForges is a lifelong dedicated travel lover and a Rail Europe Travel Consultant from our Chicago office. On her off time, Jackie goes on exciting travel adventures and in this post, she writes about using the Barcelona Card, which was supplied by Rail Europe. Learn about Jackie’s off the beaten path findings in Barcelona, Spain.
Crafted in a region of incredible natural beauty, now a rising star in architectural achievement, Rioja has emerged as one of the world’s best loved and well received wines.
Tucked away between Barcelona and Tarragona, Penedès is one of the oldest wine-producing regions in Europe. And Cava, the Champagne of Spain, bubbles over with toast-worthy taste.
Marked by the confluence of Atlantic, Continental and Mediterranean climates, Navarra’s location is the show. And being the Basque region, the wine here possesses an independent spirit.