WHY TO TRAVEL BY TRAIN

Rail travel is easy and inexpensive. The main train stations are located in the city centres. Rail travel is a green and ecological way of traveling.

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WHY TO TRAVEL BY TRAIN
- see neighbouring countries and learn more about cultures

- meet other travelers from all over the world

- use an ecological way of traveling

- see landscapes and nature out of the train window

- feel the real distances between places

- profit from a cheap and simple way of getting from one European city centre to another without lengthy transfers

- discover a comfortable way of traveling: stop wherever you want, use frequent train services within Europe and enjoy spacious seats. There is no limitation on luggage, no check in like at airports,

- reach almost all places in Europe very easily, not only some locations offered by low-cost-airlines with limited luggage and small seats

- gain experience of life and feel real freedom
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Travel routes

A random list of travel route examples.


Little Yellow Train - from Barcelona to Perpignan
Barcelona, Latour-de-Carol, Villefranche-de-Conflent, Perpignan
Days in total: 1
From Italy trough the Swiss Alps
Milan, Tirano, St. Moritz, Chur, Disentis-Mustér, Brig, Zermatt, Brig, Zurich
Days in total: 2
From Finland via the Baltic states to Poland
Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Daugavpils, Vilnius, Warsaw
Days in total: 5
From Zurich trough the Swiss Alps to Italy
Zurich, Brig, Zermatt, Brig, Disentis-Mustér, Chur, St. Moritz, Tirano, Milan
Days in total: 2
From Amsterdam via Budapest and Montenegro to Croatia
Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest, Vienna, Bled, Zagreb, Sarajevo
Days in total: 22