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With spring on the horizon, the best time to book that long overdue European city break is fast approaching, and while making the cross-Atlantic flight to get to your destination of choice is often non-negotiable, once you actually get there, there’s a much better way to get around. Sleeper trains are having a moment right …

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Train travel in Europe is becoming an incredibly popular trend. Not only is it more environmentally friendly, it is also a great way to see fantastic views that you might otherwise miss.   In May of this year The European Sleeper launched a new night train. This train travels from Brussels to Amsterdam and then …

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European train travel is currently experiencing a huge revival. Sleeper trains are romantic, social, and hugely convenient. You can fall asleep in one city and wake up in another. And the incredible views from the window will make the journey part of the adventure. While the price of sleeper trains can vary and on the …

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Sleeper trains are making a decisive comeback in Europe. Whether for nostalgia, affordability, or low carbon footprint, more travelers than ever are turning away from regional flights and coming back to overnight trains.  Nicolas Forien, a train advocate with ‘Back on Track’ and ‘Oui au Train de Nuit,’ recently commented on the cultural shift to …

Read More about 4 New Exciting Sleeper Trains You Can Explore Europe With This Summer

If you’re planning to travel around Europe on a budget, then it could be that traveling from city to city by sleeper train is a much more affordable alternative to flying.  Traveling by train can be a great way to explore lesser-known destinations, discover how local people really live, and travel in a more environmentally …

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