One of the best ways to see a country is to go by rail. As you travel from place to place, relax in comfortable seats with plenty of leg room as you watch the world pass you by.
One of the best ways to see a country is to go by rail. As you travel from place to place, relax in comfortable seats with plenty of leg room as you watch the world pass you by. Our luxury train journeys add even more class and sophistication to your holiday, providing you with the upmost standard of service on some of the world's most opulent trains. Enjoy the privacy of your own ensuite compartment, experience fine dining in the restaurant cars, socialise with fellow guests while sipping cocktails from the bar and each day arrive at a new and exciting destination.
Rail Discoveries offers you the chance to travel on some of the most famous trains on Earth across some fascinating countries, stopping at incredible destinations along the way.
When asked to think of luxury train journeys many people would picture the Orient Express. Taking you on a magnificent journey from Venice to Paris through the diverse landscapes of Europe, enjoy the glamour of making your way on a world-famous train journey with exquisitely decorated 1920s and 1930s carriages. Enjoy lunch as you pass through the stunning scenery of the Italian Dolomites, followed by cocktails and a four-course dinner as you travel through Austria. In the morning, a continental breakfast is brought to your compartment by your own personal steward.
In northern India, one of their newest additions is the Deccan Odyssey that travels from Mumbai to Delhi. The carriages are lavishly decorated to emulate the styles of Indian royalty and guests on this train journey will be impressed by the standard and variety of services. There are bar and lounge areas, a spa with steam baths and gym equipment and there are even beauty treatments available such as massages and facials. Guests will travel between stops in complete comfort with fully air-conditioned carriages and complimentary mineral water and newspapers.