The Must Do Europe Experiences By Train
(Last Updated On: 25/01/2021)
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EUROPE EXPERIENCES BY TRAIN – FIRST STOP, LONDON:
Another Europe experiences by train should start off in London! It’s said that “A bad day in London is still better than a good day anywhere else.” So, let’s start there! An absolute must is the Harry Potter Tour of Warner Bros. Studio even if you are not a super-fan. The technology, models and behind-the-scenes are just amazing and well worth seeing. On this spellbinding 6 hour trip, behold original sets such as Platform 9 ¾ and Diagon Alley; see the Hogwarts Express steam train; ride a broomstick like the cast, and uncover the behind-the-scenes secrets of the movies’ on-screen wizardry. This Harry Potter studio London tour includes round-trip coach transport and entrance tickets Read more about London Harry Potter Tour of Warner Bros. Studio with Admission here.
PARIS: SAY ‘OUI’ TO AN ARTIST PAINTING YOUR PORTRAIT
Your upcoming Europe experiences by train should be to Paris. In Picasso’s time, Montmartre was a bohemian paradise filled with mainly drinking holes and a hilltop windmill turned into a raffish dance hall. Today, the Place du Tertre in the shadow of the Sacre Cœur is full of artists who will readily capture your likeness. Afterward, visit the world’s most famous art studio, the Bateau Lavoire, where Picasso painted and Braque, Juan Gri, and Modigliani once lived.
CLIMB UP THE LADDER OF YOUR EUROPE EXPERIENCES BY TRAIN WITH THE MAGICAL MONTJUIC:
After your train trip from Paris, your next Europe Experiences by Train should be Barcelona. Now, before we get started let’s practice how to say this commonly mispronounced city. Many English speakers attempt to sound ‘more Spanish‘ by pronouncing the ‘c’ in Barcelona as a ‘th’ and saying ‘Bar-the-lona’. But in Catalan (the language of Catalonia, where Barcelona is found), the ‘c’ is pronounced as an ‘s’ – so ‘Bar-se-lona’ is the correct pronunciation.
Now that we have that out the way, let’s talk Montjuïc mountain. This is the perfect place for a leafy stroll with gorgeous views. Make sure you’ve got your walking (or running if you prefer) shoes on, as it does take a bit of legwork to get up there, but this means it’s less crowded by other tourists. Aside from the natural surroundings and spectacular vistas, you’ll find buildings from the 1992 Olympic Games, including the Palau Sant Jordi and the telecommunications tower designed by Santiago Calatrava.
PRAGUE: STROLL ALONG A MEDIEVAL BRIDGE AT SUNSET
Prague is known as the heart of Europe. This beautiful and somewhat mysterious city is a must-see on your Europe Experiences by Train trip. The 14th century Charles Bridge crosses the Vltava River with the massive bulk of the 1000-year-old castle looming behind it. Fun fact; Until 1841, it was the only way to cross the river from the Old Town!
Offering fairy-tale views, the pedestrian-only gothic stone bridge is lined with 30 statues of saints and best visited early evening when the sun is setting. if you’re there with your significant other, this makes for a very romantic setting.
VENICE: GET ON A GONDOLA!
This may seem cheesy, but when you go to Venice, riding a Gondola through the city really is a must. Besides being fun and romantic, it’s also the best way to see the city! The day should end off by visiting the stylish Harry’s Bar for a refreshing Bellini. This is white peach juice and prosecco, where the cocktail was invented by the bar’s founder.
Our Asia and Europe experiences by train is the UNIQUE ISTANBUL
Istanbul is famous for the Blue Mosque. While we do recommend this, we’d also like to draw your attention Istanbul is on the edge of Europe experiences by train, as its closer to Asia than to Europe.
Istanbul is not only fascinating above ground, but also underground with the Basilica Cistern (Yerebatan). This exquisite piece of Byzantine engineering is a breath-taking underground cistern, once bringing drinking water with aqueducts from current Bulgaria to Istanbul. Think warm light, and the sound of soft dripping water coupled with classical music playing in the background. Tread the walkways and watch the fish swim between the 336 columns that support the ceiling.
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