Explore Holidays New World Rail Brochure

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 8 March 2010

From scenic Swiss rail tours to the legendary Ghan, holidaymakers can take their pick of the worlds greatest rail journeys with the launch of Explore Holidays new World Rail brochure.

The brochure covers the great rail journeys across Britain and Europe, the USA and Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Asia, as well as renowned luxury rail experiences like Europes Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, the Eastern and Oriental-Express services of Asia and the luxury trains of India and South Africa, said Ben Alcock, Marketing Manager - Explore Holidays. These rail holidays offer a unique travel experience for travellers, making the journey as enjoyable as the destination itself.

It includes single and multiple country Eurail passes, Eurostar services connecting London with continental Europe, the very best of scenic Swiss rail tours, Amtrak USA rail passes and Canadas unforgettable cross-country VIA Rail, Rocky Mountaineer and Whistler Mountaineer journeys.

Closer to Asia, travellers can take their pick of The Ghan and Indian Pacific in Australia, or New Zealands famous TranzAlpine, TranzCoastal and The Overlander as well as Japan rail passes and ski product.

Explore Rail opens up the vast expanses of China with point-to-point sectors as well as journeys like the China Express, Hong Kong to Beijing, and the Beijing to Lhasa (Tibet) Top of the World train.

In Vietnam, our rail journeys are the perfect way for independent travellers to see the country at ground level, Mr Alcock said. Then theres the romance, adventure and pleasures bound up in the worlds great luxury journeys of Europe, Asia, India and Africa. Travellers seeking a holiday with a difference will be spoilt for choice.

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