Visit the fairytale Neuschwanstein Castle: the one that inspired the castle from Sleeping Beauty!
Come for the monster, stay for the views: how to reach Loch Ness by train with Rail Europe.
Traveling from London to Paris is fast & easy on-board Eurostar. Find things to do in London and Paris and learn how to travel between the cities by train.
Only 20 minutes from Paris, the Palace of Versailles is France’s grandest & most famous chateau. We’ve got travel tips from Paris to Versailles plus a few fun facts about the chateau!
So you want to go France, and you’ll probably fly into Paris…. but then what? This might help you out: it’s our list of top 10 cities to visit in France by train this year. Bon voyage!
As if going to Switzerland wasn’t already bonus enough! Read on for our recommendations of the top five free things you can do with your Swiss Travel Pass.
Check out our list of the top 10 cities to visit in Italy this year, plus expert train tips to make your trip even easier & more budget-friendly.
We want your European train trip to be fun, filled with memories, and most of all — affordable! Check out our top money saving tips for European train travel.
Rail Europe invites you to discover Spain’s wine regions by rail. Explore Jumilla, Navarra, Rioja and take advantage of the country’s high-speed rail network.
Game of Thrones fans, rejoice: we’ve figured out how to reach some of the most popular Game of Thrones filming locations by train.
#ParisWeLoveYou and it’s not hard to see why. Our blogging friends share their favorite things about the City of Light!
We asked our Twitter fans for their tips on taking a romantic trip to France. Recurring themes: wine, food, and our personal favorite: long train rides. Read on for some wanderlust-inducing tips and photos!
So what exactly are the most romantic things about taking the train in Europe? Let us count the ways…
Look, we know you’re going to try to find some Eurail Pass hacks anyway, so at least this way we can make sure you’re doing it right. Happy hacking!
We looked at the NY Times 52 Places for 2016 list and figured out how to reach every European place on that list by train. Except Malta – you need a boat for that.