I remember a phrase which I heard when I was still in elementary school, the phrase said it was a lot of ways lead to Rome. I always remember the phrase goes, Rome was one of the countries in Europe so I think the phrase certainly also said there are a lot of ways around Europe. Well ... indeed many ways to get around Europe, one of the best ways to explore Europe is by train. Around Europe by train allows you to find stunning views of rural Europe.
There are several train routes in Europe that offers a combination of sights, comfort, to the culinary. See some of them.
1. United Kingdom: route Inverness, Scotland to Gwynedd, Wales
To be able to enjoy the charm of English heritage, you feel the journey by train for two weeks. During the trip, you will go to almost 600 different places. The journey starts from Inverness, Scotland's famous Loch Ness near Urquhart Castle and explore. From here, you can enjoy the charm of Stirling Bridge, Edinburgh Castle, Dover Castle and Caernarfon Castle.
2. Russia: Moscow to Vladivostok route
The train is known as the Trans Siberian. This train will take you to feel eight different time zone when you leave the capital city of Russia to Vladivostok, which is a Pacific Ocean port. To feel this way, you need a period of 19 days.
During the trip, you can get along with everyone, from rich, poor, and local residents, young and old. However, it will pay off with an amazing journey, you will also surround the historic cities.
3. Hungary, Turkey: the route Budapest to Istanbul
This trip starts from the city of Budapest, known as the Danube Express. This is a private railway carriage is elegant and classic features of modern comforts.
You will journey through Transylvania where you can get out and explore the medieval town which is famous for taking a tour on foot. You will be able to see where Vlad the Impaler was born, you also can feel a trip along the Bosporus to Istanbul.
4. Switzerland, Italy: the route Chur, Switzerland to Tirano, Italy
This trip takes about four hours, runs through 55 tunnels, and over 200 bridges. This trip will pass through an altitude of nearly 7400 feet which allows you to enjoy the countryside. Some routes have even been designated as World Heritage site by UNESCO.
5. Norway: Flam to Myrdal route
This is a relatively short trip because it only takes one hour. Your journey will pass through some beautiful scenery including waterfalls and Kjosfossen Rjoandefossen.
6. Switzerland: Montreux to Broc route
This trip takes approximately five hours during the summer and autumn. The journey will pass through Lake Geneva and feel the way the Middle Ages, especially Gruyères, where the famous cheese is made.