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    TGV – France

    TGV: HIGH-SPEED RAIL TRAVEL, FRENCH STYLE TGV –Train de Grande Vitesse is the highspeed network for travel around France to Brussels, Italy or Barcelona at 320 km/h! These high-speed trains arrive in the very heart  of town serving more than 230 destinations in 15 countries across France and Europe. Book Read more [...]

  • Media Distancia – Spain

    Renfe’s Avant services are Media Distancia services provided by high-speed trains specifically designed for short journeys, as opposed to the trains used for the Ave service. They make it possible to take advantage of the high-speed railway to deliver mobility between nearby towns in more competitive times, and to benefit Read more [...]

  • AVE – Alta Velocidad Spain

    Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) is the high-speed rail in Spain at speeds of up to 310 km/h (193 mph). Alta Velocidad Espanola means “Spanish High Speed”, but in Spanish the word ‘ave’ means “bird”. Spain has the longest high-speed network in Europe with 3,100 km (1,900 mi).

  • Regional – Italy

    Regional trains are for local transport from smaller stations around a larger hub station. They feed into the InterCity network. Regional trains are also around major cities like Rome, Milan and feed into the High speed trains.

  • TGV France-Spain

    Spain is closer than you think. Travel directly to Madrid or Barcelona from 13 French cities. Whatever your reason for travel: A business trip, romance, or a getaway with friends, enjoy France and Spain with the SNCF (France) and Renfe (Spain) high-speed rail network partnership linking 13 French cities to Read more [...]

  • Frecciabianca – Italy

    Frecciabianca means ‘white-arrow’ – It is an Italian train operating at speeds of up to 250 km/h (160 mph). Frecciabianca runs on traditional lines outside of the High-Speed network, guaranteeing comfort and quality service. 86 trains a day* connect large and medium-sized centres, from 5 AM to 9 PM, meaning Read more [...]

  • Frecciargento – Italy

    Frecciargento are trains running through both the high-speed and traditional lines travelling up to 250 km/h with connections that shorten the distance between Rome and the major metropolitan basins of the North-East and South sides of the Country.

  • Intercity – Italy

    Intercity trains connect some 200 large and medium cities, from North to South: from Turin / Milan / Ventimiglia to Rome / Naples / Salerno, from Milan to Liguria and Tuscany from Bologna to Puglia, Rome to Ancona / Perugia / Reggio Calabria / Taranto helping to achieve an efficient Read more [...]

  • Cityjet – Austria

    Deluxe train in red/white/red When it comes to comfort, the ÖBB cityjet sets a new standard. The fully air-conditioned train will be equipped with high-comfort seats manufactured on the basis of the results of passenger surveys (ÖBB seat test). The so-called Austria seats include an adjustable seat cushion, ergonomic headrests Read more [...]

  • Frecciarossa – Italy

    Frecciarossa is a high-speed train of the Italian national train operator, Trenitalia. The name means “red arrow” and operates at speeds of up to 300 km/h (190 mph). Frecciarossa trains cross the Italian peninsula going to the heart of big metropolis’ Italian High Speed line that shortens distances. A Frecciarossa Read more [...]

  • TGV Italy-France

    France-Italy by high speed TGV Choose the France-Italy TGV service for regular daily speedy service that links France directly to Turin and Milan. In a whizz you can enjoy la dolce vita. The France-Italy TGV service makes numerous daily trips to and from France and Italys: Turin and Milan. Enjoy Read more [...]

  • EuroCity – Austria

    EuroCity The EuroCity represents a further level of comfort in long-distance travel, with short travelling times, which connects Austria with foreign countries. And of course you can expect service extras such as last minute reservations and restaurant cars.

  • Intercity – Austria

    InterCity The InterCity trains are the regular national connections between the big cities and centres of tourism, and they shine with superior comfort. Daytime long-distance trains include first class cars with special comfort and lots of room. Family-friendly concept For women travelling alone, the ÖBB provides a compartment for ladies Read more [...]

  • OBB railjet – Austria

    ÖBB railjet Travel from Vienna airport to Prague with the ÖBB railjet The ÖBB railjet now connects all of Austria, as well as its neighbouring countries with interval trains running at top speeds of 230 km/h. On the state-of-the-art high-speed trains which make up ÖBB’s fleet, you will travel faster Read more [...]

  • ICE – Austria

    http://www.oebb.at/en/leistungen-und-services/ice Modern, safe and comfortable: the ÖBB Intercity-Express (ICE) is our second high-speed train in addition to the Railjet. On long-distance routes, it reaches a top speed of 230 kilometres per hour. Facilities The Intercity-Express awaits passengers with air-conditioned open cars with comfortable seats and modern equipment. Each double or Read more [...]

  • Eurocity – Switzerland

    Faster than regional trains, EuroCity trains connect major cities, reaching speeds of 200 km/h. They run frequently depending on the destination. Eurocity trains reach neighbouring European countries and are very comfortable offering many amenities.

  • Regional – Germany

    Regional-Express (RE) The Regional-Express connects cities and offers travel in comfortable modern trains. It leaves at regular intervals and links local to long-distance trains. Regionalbahn The Regionalbahn offers a basic service from all local stations. It provides the connection between the regions and city centres. It also connects to the Read more [...]

  • TGV Lyria – Switzerland

    What about an outing to Switzerland — only 3 hours from Paris by TGV Lyria? Lausanne, Geneva, Neuchâtel, Berne, Zurich or Basel… all easyily accessible. TGV Lyria offers exceptional benefits: Travelling for business? All stations are located in righ downtown. Board your train just 2 minutes before departure and you’re Read more [...]

  • Eurocity – Germany

    Faster than regional trains, EuroCity trains connect major cities, reaching speeds of 200 km/h. They run frequently, either every hour or every two hours depending on the destination. Eurocity trains reach neighbouring European countries and are very comfortable offering many amenities that are sure to satisfy you.

  • ICE – Germany

    Germany by TGV-ICE Board the high-speed TGV and ICE trains, and Germany is just around the corner. Paris and Marseille serve ten German cities. Discover the beauties of the Rhine Valley and Bavaria, take in the legendary Black Forest, and taste out of this world beer or pastries on a Read more [...]

  • Intercity – Germany

    Faster than regional trains, InterCity trains connect major cities, reaching speeds of 200 km/h. These trains run frequently, either every hour or every two hours depending on the destination. Intercity trains run exclusively in Germany and are very comfortable offering many amenities that are sure to satisfy you.

  • Thalys – France-Belgium-Holland

    Thalys is modern high-speed train travel between Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Cologne. These international destinations are used 50/50 by business and leisure passengers with the overwhelming destination itineray being Paris <> Brussels. Their trade mark are the royal red sleek trains that reach 300 km per hour.

  • TGV – France-Italy

    France-Italy by high speed TGV Choose the France-Italy TGV service for regular daily speedy service that links France directly to Turin and Milan. In a whizz you can enjoy la dolce vita. The France-Italy TGV service makes numerous daily trips to and from France and Italys: Turin and Milan. Enjoy Read more [...]

  • TGV – France-Spain

    Spain is closer than you think. Travel directly to Madrid or Barcelona from 13 French cities. Whatever your reason for travel: A business trip, romance, or a getaway with friends, enjoy France and Spain with the SNCF (France) and Renfe (Spain) high-speed rail network partnership linking 13 French cities to Read more [...]

  • TGV Lyria – France-Switzerland

    What about an outing to Switzerland — only 3 hours from Paris by TGV Lyria? Lausanne, Geneva, Neuchâtel, Berne, Zurich or Basel… all easyily accessible. TGV Lyria offers exceptional benefits: Travelling for business? All stations are located in righ downtown. Board your train just 2 minutes before departure and you’re Read more [...]

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