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Train & Rail Tours/Trips in Europe

Find a Train & Rail trip that explores Europe. There are 25 tours to choose from, that range in length from 7 days up to 29 days. The most popular month for these tours is July, which has the most tour departures.

25 Train & Rail trips through Europe with 18 reviews

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Highlights

  • Travel along the legendary Trans Siberian Railway track. Marvel at the Red Square in Moscow, pass by panoramic taiga landscapes, and enjoy the attractions of Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Lake Baikal and Ulan Ude.
  • Take a detour to savor the phenomenal atmosphere of Ulaanbatar during the Naadam Festival.
  • Admire works of Renaissance masters at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg.
  • Wander along the meandering canals of Venice, discover Renaissance delights in Florence and enjoy the sights and sounds of The Eternal City, Rome.
  • Relax with the rhythmic sway of the train as it makes its way amid the incredible alpine splendor of Switzerland, passing through some of the most skillfully engineered railines and scenic routes in the world.
  • Discover the fascinating beauty of less explored Slavic villages and forests from the comfort of the train. Journey between the magnificent cities of Budapest and Istanbul.
  • Get up close to awe-inspiring fjords on a rail tour of the Arctic Circle and Fjords. Enjoy wintery delights of Norway and the scenic beauty of Scandinavian hamlets on a rail journey to the heart of Lapland.
  • Watch beautiful landscapes flit before your eyes as you journey from London to Istanbul. Discover the hidden charms of medieval hamlets and modern capital cities in Europe.

Tips

  • For an exciting journey- make friends, share experiences and swap stories with fellow travelers.
  • Purchase food before leaving if you have any dietary restrictions.
  • Using baby powder and wet wipes are a great way to stay fresh in trains.
  • Keep travel documents, money and tickets close to you and easily accessible.
  • Stay close to the train at stations as announcements can be abrupt and may not be in English.
  • Try to maintain your regular sleep schedule on the train to stay energetic and refreshed.
  • Carry a small case or bag that can be easily stored under seats or in overhead shelves.
  • Be careful while drinking vodka on the Trans Siberian, as elsewhere in the world, be mindful when accepting drinks from strangers.
  • Carry a personal first aid kit as doctors may only be available at stations.

Train & Rail Tours/Trips in Europe Reviews