10 Best Luxury Trains Traveling Around The World
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10 Best Luxury Trains Traveling Around The World

Would you like to be pampered in luxury carriages while traveling to the exotic, remote and serene landscape? If yes, then go through these ten most incredible luxury train journeys. These marvelous luxury trains with their elegant ambiance, five-star service, and delicious cuisine will surely indulge you to relax most lavishly. Your trip will no doubt become memorable with the rich experience on board with these palaces on wheels.

  1. The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, Europe.

If you want to indulge yourself in romance and adventure, then you must ride The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. The train passes by the most famous cities in Europe like London, Paris, Innsbruck, Verona, and Venice and the background scenery will spellbind you. The train’s elegant suites with private bathrooms and showers emphasize the ultra-luxury train travel. The interiors with embossed leather, chic furnishings and handcrafted Venetian glass in an Art Deco style of the 1920s reflect the spirit of these romantic cities. The delicious brunch with freshly caught lobsters served in the restaurant car makes the journey memorable. There is also a bar car like a social hub on the train where passengers communicate with each other.

  1. The Golden Eagle, Russia and Mongolia.

It is the luxury version of Trans-Siberian Express. The journey covers more than 6800 miles in two weeks from Moscow to Vladivostok. The train has coaches that are chilled in the summer, and comfortably heated in the winter with unsuited bathrooms, TV and laundry services. A resident pianist and an English-speaking doctor are always available at your service. Its detour along the lake Baikal to Mongolia’s capital, Ulaanbaatar, the private viewing of the Kremlin, Yekaterinburg, and Irkutsk with champagne and traditional Russian cooking make the journey full of extravagance. The passengers are also offered to stay in the five-star accommodations in Moscow and Vladivostok to acclimatize with the extreme luxury.

  1. The Blue Train: South Africa.

It crosses 1600 km in 27 hours detouring South Africa diagonally. It stops at the diamond mines of Kimberley and the colonial outpost of Matjiesfontein. It has spacious luxury double suites with full-size bathtubs, five-star cuisine and service, an award-winning wine list and butler service for 24-hours. And it can’t be better like lying in a sea of bubbles with a glass of champagne in hand while passing by the savannah. Apart from luxury, the friendly and helpful staffs make your presence on board memorable.

  1. The Ghan: Australia.

The Ghan is an engineering marvel of Australia and covers 2979 km in three nights from Darwin to Adelaide. It provides three categories of services, Platinum, Gold, and Red. The Platinum service offers private cabins with unsuited and oversized windows for panoramic views along with complimentary continental breakfast, dining in the Queen Adelaide Restaurant Car for two meals every evening and on-call Cabin Steward Service. The passengers can enjoy scheduled excursions in Katherine and Alice Springs, outback sunrise in Marla, having a nightcap in Manguri under the Milky Way, hiking through canyons and riding on camels. It also offers delicious local specialties like barramundi fish, grilled kangaroo fillet, craft beer and best wines of Australia.

  1. The Belmond Royal Scotsman: Scottish Highlands.

The journey in the world’s one of the most luxurious train Belmond Royal Scotsman is a unique way to visit the Scottish countryside. The classic voyage offers a five-night journey to Scottish Highlands. It is the only luxury sleeper train of UK with private cabins that ensuite sophisticated mahogany marquetry compiled with Edwardian elegance and with shower, washbasin and other amenities delivering the comforts of a country house. It includes sightseeing excursions to Duart and Drumianrig castles and gardens, Isles of Mull and Bute, covering Oban distillery and offering a garden tour of Great Britain. You will surely enjoy the delicious Scottish meal.

  1. The Canadian, VIA Rail, Canada.

It takes the traveler 4,466 kilometers in four days through two most exciting cities Toronto and Vancouver passing by the beautiful scenery of magnificent mountains, prairies, and lakes. Its prestige class offers swanky bedrooms with its own ensuite having a washroom, shower, and minibar with alcohol. You can enjoy gourmet meals and relax in panoramic cars with stunning views from the clear ceilings along with flat screen TV for entertainment.

  1. El Transcantabrico Gran Lujo, Spain.

You will feel like boarded in a five-star hotel on wheels with all the essentials of the 21st century while wrapping up Spain’s Atlantic coast in seven days. There will be an excursion in luxury bus every day to the prehistoric cave of Altamira, Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, and the Picos de Europa National Park. It will be accompanied by excursion meals in top-notch restaurants where you will get to taste haute cuisine and selected wines. The journey will honestly leave you with the feeling of remarkable accomplishment after attaining this Spanish celebration.

  1. The Maharajas’ Express, India.

It is often called the “the Orient Express of the Orient,” and made all the efforts to make you feel that you have boarded with the Maharajas on the extravagant carriages with all the opulence as Royals used to enjoy. It takes 88 guests through the fascinating places of India like Varanasi, Goa, Jaipur, and of course Agra for TajMahal in 4 or 8 nights journey. The elegant Indian art-deco is wonderfully maintained in all the luxurious cabins, two fine-dining restaurant cars, bar, and lounge. The passengers also enjoy elephant rides, Ganga River Aarti rituals in the evening and chatting with royal families.

  1. The Rocky Mountaineer, Canada.

If you want to spend your leisure roaming in North America with luxury and warm hospitality, the answer is the luxury train ride of Rocky Mountaineer. It offers various routes categorized as GoldLeaf Service, SilverLeaf Service, or RedLeaf Service and Whistler. It covers many routes, but the classic Banff to Vancouver route is the most attractive. The Gold Leaf Service of the Rocky Mountaineer offers five-star rail experiences with deluxe accommodation, exclusive dining room, exquisitely prepared meals and complimentary beverages. The period between September and mid-October is the ideal time to enjoy the spectacular view of fresh snow falling on the mountaintops and the vibrant combined color of the leaves in red, orange and yellow.

  1. The Rovos Rail, Africa-Southern, and eastern Africa.

This luxury train covers destinations in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Tanzania. It doesn’t only offer the luxurious and lavish cabin that ensuite all the modern conveniences with high standard fittings and facilities but also makes the journey memorable through several delightful overnight experiences. It moves slowly below 60km per hour, and the guests can open their windows to breathe fresh air, take photos of beautiful landscapes and enjoy the beautiful open-air surroundings from the backside of the observation car. The most popular journey plans it offers is Pretoria to Dar es Salaam, the Namibia safari, and golfing trips. The savory dishes with excellent South African wines in beautiful dining cars make the trip pleasurable.


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