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Most beautiful train journeys in Europe
"The most beautiful train journeys in Europe"

"are you Longing for a new romantic and enchanting experiences?nDå is exciting rail travel is something for you. nThe Guardian have listed the top ten most beautiful trips in Europe. "

"sit back and enjoy the magnificent views. Maybe you know to step off and explore a city then continue the journey. "

"the Train means freedom and opportunities. "

"The Guardian has chosen ten trips that are something out of the ordinary."

"the Trip from Oslo to Bergen is a real classic."

"the Year 2014 appointed Lonely Planet railway the flam railway to the world's most amazing train ride. The route goes from fjords to mountain peaks. Passengers get to enjoy rivers flowing through deep ravines, waterfalls that rush down the steep, snow-capped mountains and mountain farms that cling itself firmly along the sides. "

"Harzer Schmalspurbahnen is a 140 kilometre wide network of narrow spårlinjer in the Harz mountains, in former east Germany. 25 ånglokomotiv is in use, of which ten daily. Parts of the plot of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's famous play Faust takes place in the area, and selected trips will play as the theme. "

"The most popular route is from Wernigerode, through the forest up to the top of the mountain Brocken, a trip that takes about an hour and 40 minutes in each direction. "

"Mariazell Railway, Austria"

"Austria has lots of scenic railways, but the narrow railway from St. Pölten, west of Vienna, along the cosy Pielach valley to the pilgrimsfärdsstället Mariazell is considered the best route. There are several tågalternativ that alternate depending on the season. "

"The easiest and cheapest is the modern train Himmelstreppe, although perhaps it is more fun to jump on an old steam train, or select a first class train with panoramic windows. "

"Wolsztyn to Leszno, Poland"

"In Poland, the steam train has been in use in 110 years – without a break. Stepping in is like going back in time. "

"Ångtågens residence is Wolsztyn, in western Poland. Which leaves the classic trains daily. Unfortunately, is now threatened the entire business due to economic cuts. So take the opportunity in the summer to enjoy the amazing ångtågsresorna between Wolsztyn and Leszno, or between Wolsztyn and Poznań. Next year may be too late. "


"Distance: 4,2 km"

"Enjoy the view over the basque coast and the countryside. An older idyllic stretch that starts from a mountain massif in the Saint-Jean-de-Luz, then continue up to the Pyrenees westernmost peak. The train will then go back to the trip startpunkts. But for those who prefer, there is the opportunity to go before and take a tvåtimmarspromenad along the slopes and see the wild ponnysar run past. "

"the Children's railway, (Gyermekvasút), Hungary"

"Length: 11,7 km"

"Gyermekvasút in Budapest was built after the second world war. The trains are manned by children aged 10 to 14 years, under the supervision of adult railway workers. The kids do everything from selling tickets to lead the traffic. "

"Similar business existed in the former Soviet union in the 1940s. "

"the Route goes through beautiful forests with trees such as oak, ash and beech. Pets, bicycles, and skis are allowed on board."

"the Glacier Express, Switzerland"

"this train has panoramic windows, so book a window seat if you want to see as much as possible of the amazing landscape. "

"the Entire route takes eight hours from St. Moritz to Zermatt. The train crosses 291 bridges, goes through 91 tunnels and reaches a height of 2 033 metres. "

"El Transcantábrico, Spain"

"One of the trains that travel along the bay of Biscay on Spain's nordkustär a luxury hotel on wheels, but it is at least as good to go the distance with the local trains."

"the Route starts in Irún, which is located at the French border. The journey passes through the cities of San Sebastián, Bilbao and Santander. Other places to visit along the way are prehistoric painted caves, the romanesque churches in the principality of Asturias, the magnificent Picos de Europa national park and a lot of picturesque seaside resorts. The route ends in Ferrol."

"Kalavryta railway, Greece"

"most of The small train lines in the Peloponnese, was shut down in order to reduce costs during the Greek financial crisis, but fortunately, there are two left. "

"this railroad was built in 1895. The journey starts from the Corinthian gulf on the Ionian sea. The train goes then through a beautiful, wild landscapes to a castle in the mountain town of Kalavryta. Jump on the road and visit the monastery of Mega Spilaio, which was built in the 400's. "

"the Bernina Express, Switzerland to Italy"

"in 2008 was honored by the little swiss train company Rhaetian Railway a place on the Unesco world heritage site. The justification was that the company thanks to their routes helped to make The communities more open and accessible. "

"Now, they used narrow train tracks to the south from St. Moritz, mostly by tourists. Many people choose to ride the Bernina Express – a train designed so that the passengers can discover the landscape in the best way. "

"the Train reaches a height of 2 253 metres as it passes Berninamassivet in Italy before it continues down to the very center of Tirano, where the train is chugging along through the streets like a tram."

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