Could the maglev rail technology be used as a way to launch space shuttles? Discover StarTram, along with the latest high-speed rail news from around the world.
Americans commercialize this holy day with green-tinted Guinness, “Kiss me I’m Irish” buttons and parades a-plenty. In Ireland, traditions abound without the corny green beer. Read about the top 10 reasons why it is better to celebrate in Ireland and how to travel from Britain by ferry.
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.
French teacher, travel lover and train enthusiast, Ben Ratliff writes about the first-stop in his European travels using an Eastern European Pass in Bulgaria.
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.
Architectural and industrial design is on display in our round-up of high speed rail news, with a look at the world’s fastest trains and a new design for Paris’ Austerlitz station.
Learn about the exciting happenings in the Swedish cuisine that no longer deserves its “tasteless porridge” reputation. Let’s have a taste of a cuisine that’s not just fishy, but a way of life for ages.
Read about Spain’s experience building its high-speed rail network, a new rail link between France and Italy, and a new train technology developed in China.
Our President and CEO, Frédéric Langlois, blogs about his outlook on train travel in 2012.
Just like last year, Italian cities top the list, with France close behind. There are plenty of reasons: Food, wine, and updated train stations that make getting from beautiful here to magnificent there easier and more pleasant than ever.
This week in our news roundup: England’s HS2 line approved; the world’s top countries for high-speed rail; high-speed rail developments in Texas and Illinois.
The lands of Northern Lights, minimalist design and social equality are
home to some of the world’s happiest people…and surprisingly tasty
The first section of the Rhine-Rhone High Speed Rail link went into service, allowing shorter journey time between France and Switzerland.
There’s more to German food than sausage, beer and black forest cake. Yes, this is the land of frankfurters and hamburgers, but there’s so much more. Let’s dig in.
SNCF Reschedules 12,000 Daily Departures. Environmental benefits of rail. Delays on Frankfurt-London route and more – all in our latest roundup of high-speed rail news from around the world.