The “Chunnel Train” that travels between Paris and London as a new lounge — and it looks like the classiest Parisian apartment we’ve ever seen.
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.
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.
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!
The Rail Europe Gift Card is a nifty little product and we’ve come up with a few equally nifty and creative ways to use it. Read on!
Travel from London to Glasgow by train and enjoy all that these lively cities have to offer. Historic sites, ornate theaters, museums by the handfuls, bustling nightlife & so much more await your arrival in London & Glasgow – and the train can take you there!
Take the train from London to Stonehenge to experience the marvel & mystery of this fascinating site. Was this Stonehenge used as a burial ground? Perhaps an astronomical clock? Take a trip and use your imagination to decide for yourself!
Youth travel to Europe this summer just got even easier: here’s our guide to the best youth discounts & benefits when traveling by train in Europe.
Think you know the drill with hostels? Think again. These luxury European hostels will make you question everything you thought you knew about hostelling.
Traveling from London to Edinburgh is easy to do by train. Learn about things to do in London and Edinburgh and learn how to travel between the cities by train.
Haunted forests, mystical mummies, bone churches — here’s our list of 10 creepy places you could only find in Europe. How many have you seen?
Tales on Rail (and on bus and boat and underground and airport express train). No mode of transport left behind on this trip from Dublin to London!
I took the Heathrow Express to downtown London, used Visitor Oyster card to explore the city, and traveled by the high speed Eurostar train from London to Paris.