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Venice Simplon-Orient-Express to Launch London - Paris - Berlin in 2016

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In 2016, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express will embark on a new journey to Berlin, taking guests on a fascinating adventure through time.

In the tradition of the first pioneering days of rail travel, this new route links three historic European capital cities, London, Paris and Berlin.

The inaugural departure will leave from London to Berlin via Paris on Thursday, 2 June 2016.

The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express brings to life the romance and nostalgia of the golden age of travel with its luxurious vintage carriages. The decorative wooden marquetry and ornate furnishings provide a stylish setting for memorable experiences from fine dining in the elegant dining cars, to classic cocktails, champagne and entertainment in the bar car. The sleeper cabins are attended to by personal stewards who help to ensure a comfortable journey.

Departing London on Thursday, 2 June, the 2-day, 1-night journey from London to Berlin allows guests the time to slow down, relax and enjoy the journey as the train makes its way through Northern France, traversing the German countryside and arriving in time to spend the weekend in one of Europes most fascinating cities.

The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express will make its return journey from Berlin to Paris or London on 4 June 2016.

Prices start from 2,210 per person sharing a double cabin and including all meals served on board.

Orient Express, Belmond, Berlin, Paris, London

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