We’ve got 5 great reasons to book a European train trip today. From a fabulous new brochure launch to £££s off your next rail holiday – there’s something here for everyone.
Fred.\ Holidays’ new 2021/2022 brochure launch
Fred.\Holidays not only offer amazing European rail journeys but lots of exciting rail and sail packages too. Their new brochure for 2021/2022 holidays is packed full of exciting trips on iconic trains like the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, the Jungfrau Railway and the Harz Mountains Railway.
Railbookers has a great sale on rail holidays from 12-23 April 2021. If you book a rail holiday with them you could save up to £400 on your trip. Couples can save £200 on a 3-6 night trip; £300 on a 7-9 night trip and £400 on a 10+ night holiday. The company includes trips on great trains including the Bernina Express and no-fly rail trips to Rome and Venice.
Pick the best rail trips
Yes, it’s a difficult time to book a European rail trip with certainty. But if you pick an autumn departure date or even Spring 2022, you should be able to get on board. And by booking with a reputable agent, you should be able to change the date of your journey without any extra cost. Even better, by booking now, you’ll get to secure a place on Europe’s best trains like Spain’s Al Andulus Train (above) and the Golden Eagle Danube Express.
A Parisian culture hit for less
Our neighbour France has been badly hit by the Covid crisis and while it’s not the right time to visit Paris, Autumn 2021 will be a great time to go. Even better, Eurostar are offering customers a 2-4-1 deal for tickets at some of the city’s leading galleries. These include the Musee d’Orsay, Musee de l’Orangerie and the Grand Palais.
Flexible booking with Great Rail Journeys
Great Rail Journeys offers some of the best choice of European rail holidays. And if you book your 2021 holiday before 31 May 2021 you can transfer your holiday to a different date for free – no questions asked. So look forward to some great train trips in late 2021 to Portugal, Spain, France and Italy.