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Europe has an excellent rail network, which not only allows you to travel in comfort, but also to enjoy some of the best views in Europe: coastal-alpine peaks, the train presents the most picturesque views in Europe .

 The Swiss Chocolate Train is one of the mildest in Europe.

The line of the Douro in Portugal is Porto along the Douro to the interior, in Barca d’Alva. Most stations give you the impression of being back in time when steam trains dominated the global transport. The train passes through the vineyards of Porto. If you prefer to stay on the coast, take the train near Cinque Terre, between Levanto and La Spezia, Italy on the Mediterranean. While this line is short, you will see the charming coastal towns and spectacular views of the sea. Get off at every station to discover the unique traditions of each of these coastal villages full of colors.

 Views have picturesque landscape are the ones you find on the Oslo-Bergen line.

The peaks of the Alps can be discovered by taking the Glacier Express in Switzerland. This train goes from summit to summit from Zermatt to St. Moritz. Pass through pristine landscapes and stop at some of the most classy resorts in Europe. For a short, soft adventure, take the Train Swiss Chocolate with a bonus, a tour of the Nestlé chocolate factory. Choose the historic charm of 1915 cars or panoramic views and splendid modern cars. Another scenic trip includes stops for those who love adventure. Line Bergen, Norway, from Oslo and runs along the coast to the majestic fjords.

Cinque Terre in Italy is one of the Most Beautiful Corners of Europe That You can reach by train.

In addition to offering wonderful views, the European rail network makes you easy and affordable travel. Buy a Eurail pass to travel from one country to another or within the same country. The card should suit your travel plans and your budget, and you can admire the beautiful scenery in Europe without having to worry about navigating a rental car.


Vagues, soleil et sable.

Search the best beach in Europe can be a difficult task, especially in an area that you do not know well. But in Europe, you’ll know you’ve found the ideal place to surf or sunbathe with a symbol – a blue flag. The Beaches European Blue Flag must meet selective water quality criteria, safety and environmental compliance to qualify as ideal place to sunbathe, swim or play. Luckily, there are more than 4,000 beaches which have met the criteria Blue Flag in the world, and Europe has the majority.