Everything in Rome you must eat, drink and see

By: Christine Williams, dontforgettomove.com

If you’re traveling through Italy by train there’s no excuse not to visit Rome. It’s centrally located, easy to get to and an absolutely incredible city. With some of the most recognized sights in the world, you will never run out… more>

Nov 11th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,Europe,Italy

How to plan a Scandinavia Triangle trip

Copenhagen, Denmark

Whether you’re planning a warm-weather trip or a winter visit, a smart way to experience the diversity of Scandinavia is to take the train around the Golden Triangle—Copenhagen, Oslo and Stockholm. No matter which city centre you start from, along the way you… more>

Nov 11th
Posted by Angela in Europe,Scandinavia

5 Reasons We Love Taking The Train In Italy

By: Christine Williams, dontforgettomove.com

When it comes to travel it can be easy to value the destination over the journey. After all, Italy has so much to see you wouldn’t want to waste a second. But what if you could enjoy the journey and the… more>

Oct 3rd
Posted by Angela in Contributors,Italy

Five Unique Train Trips in Europe

Veranzza, Cinque Terre, Italy

For seasoned backpackers and luxury travelers alike, there’s a thrill in taking the train beyond the main travel corridors of Europe. If you’re planning to see the Continent by riding the rails to some new places, you may want to check… more>

Oct 3rd
Posted by Angela in Europe,Italy,Scandinavia,United Kingdom

Brighton & Hove: Seaside Retro

By: Dacia Popescu

Seaside Retro is the description that comes to mind when I think of Brighton, now Brighton and Hove; a coastal town in southern England, and only about 1 hour by train from London. Its close proximity to the city makes Brighton an enjoyable… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

A Traveler in Theatreland

By: Dacia Popescu

One thing that is a ‘must-do’ while visiting London is seeing British culture come to life by going to a musical or a play in one of the West End Theatres.  My favorites are:

The Phantom of the Opera, a Gothic-romantic tragedy musical composed… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

Shop ‘Till You Drop in the West End

By: Dacia Popescu

The West End is comprised of some of the most upscale and finest retail streets in the world! This is where Regent St., Bond St., Oxford St., and St Christopher’s Place are the popular shopping destinations and extravagant abodes to top of the line… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

The Edge of Culture & Music in Camden

By: Dacia Popescu

Camden, is located in North London (Camden Town tube station), and like many of London’s inner cities, is a world on its own. Famous for its enticing markets, varied fringe and international shops and vibrant nightlife, Camden hits you with raw originality and shows… more>

Jul 15th
Posted by Angela in Contributors,United Kingdom

New! SNCF E-Tickets for travel in France

Book it here, receive your ticket PDF by email and simply print it at home, ready for travel! 

Now available, SNCF E-TICKET AND RESERVATION is valid for high speed TGV and Intercity trains between select stations in France. Tickets are available in three fares (High Flex, Mid Flex, Non Flex) and… more>

Jul 11th
Posted by Angela in Europe

Eurail & Interrail Summer Party in Budapest

August 8th at A38 Ship – a World’s Best Club awarded by Lonely Planet 

To be eligible for free entry, participants must hold a Eurail or Interrail Pass for 2016 (Global Pass, [Eurail] Select Pass or One Country Pass). Additionally, a Eurailer or Interrailer can bring one… more>

May 31st
Posted by Angela in Europe
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