If you are someone with a penchant for great journeys, then you have come to the right place. Because before the travel bug bites you, we have curated a list of luxurious trains that will make your entire trip endearing.
With plus reclining seats, top-class experiences, delicious food, and drinks the overall journey undertaken in these trains adds to the experience.
Let us now check out the names of these which provide a correct amalgamation of elegance and breathtaking views.
- Venice Simplon-Orient Express
Listed number one on the list, the whole train provides an experience no less than a 5-star hotel. The train rolls some of the most captivating scenery as it passes through cities like Venice, Verona, Paris, Innsbruck, and London. Starting with delicious lunch and fine amenities, this one accounts for one of the plushest journey experiences.
- Seven Stars: Kyushu Japan
Seven Stars is the most luxurious train which runs from Kyushu. What makes the train special is that it features only 7 carriages to carry 30 people in 14 suites. The four-day journey encompasses the best of transport, food, sightseeing, and drinks that make it the best experience of life.
- Indian Pacific, Australia
The iconic rail service goes from Sydney to the other side of Australia on the Indian Ocean. Yes, this is what sets the train apart as few transcontinental trains in existence. Running a total distance of 478 km the train has a top-notch restaurant, lounge, and full-size en suite for the comfort of its passengers.
- Maharaja Express, India
The next name to grace our list is the Maharaja Express of India. A perfect embodiment of the way royals used to live in a bygone era, the train has 14 exquisite guest cars, two dining cars, lounge cars, and a private bar to amplify your trip experience. With a total capacity of 84 people, the train is voted as the most luxurious in the world.
- Blue Train, South Africa
The Blue Train, South Africa connects two cities in the continent i.e Cape Town and Pretoria. The total distance covered by the train is 1,600 km and the service provided is phenomenal. From lounge cars, soundproof compartments, to the personal butler, traveling on it is like a dream come true.
- Palace on Wheels, India
Palace on Wheels is another luxurious train from the land of cultural diversity, India. With over 23 coaches, the overall capacity of the train is 104 guests. From luxurious compartments, Wi-Fi service, spa, lounge, and bar, everything in the train is aced up for an experience of life.
- Pride of Africa
The magical train is one of the best ways to enjoy a luxurious tour. Covering a total distance of 2,000 miles in nine days, the train runs across, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, Pretoria, and South Africa. Furthermore, to make your journey truly spectacular there are royal suites, lounge, and dining cars to give you the best of everything!
- Eastern & Oriental Express, South East Asia
For everyone craving a once in a lifetime journey experience, Eastern & Oriental Express is the best bet. From dining car, saloon, library, and open-air observation car, the luxurious train is perfect for soaking up in a trip from Bangkok to Singapore.
- Rocky Mountaineer, Canada
Rocky Mountaineer, Canada provides a leading tour experience to one and all. Encompassing all of the finest amenities, the train operates in the daytime to help travelers make the most of the beautiful scenery. The luxurious rail line runs on four routes and provides the best of trips in British Columbia, Alberta, and the U.S.
- Royal Scotsman, Scotland
For an unparalleled experience in terms of luxury and amenities, you shall choose nothing but the Royal Scotsman. The train has a total capacity of 36 passengers and helps you see some of the iconic landmarks in the country of Scotland. An amazing way to amp up your journey, experience only the best with this coach!
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