Linha do Douro – Portugal
Those who want to see more of Portugal will love to hop aboard the Linha do Doura. Traveling from Porto to Pocinho, this train ride won’t take too long, but will still give you the chance to check out the stunning Portuguese coastline. You’ll pass impressive cave, and rock formations, golden sands, and rambling wine estates, and the whole journey will look like something out of a movie.
Venice Simplon Orient-Express – England, France and Italy
If you have always wanted to pretend as though you were a character in an Agatha Christie novel, then the Venice Simplon Orient-Express will seriously pull your carriage. This traditional train journey will take you from England to Venice in around 24 hours, and take you along a sophisticated ride at the same time. From a martini bar to lobster-filled restaurants, this is a hotel on wheels.
Glacier Express – Switzerland
Switzerland is known for its snow-capped mountains, and the Glacier Express allows you the chance to see them in all of their glory. The name is pretty deceiving, though, as this train journey is actually pretty slow – but this just gives you the chance to really take in the amazing mountains, the snowy forests, the impressive ski resorts, and picture-perfect bridges.
If you’re looking to take a train journey in Europe, you just have to add these to your bucket list.