Tour Date: Various dates throughout the yearLocation: Spain and South Africa

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We guarantee the best prices on all of the following luxury trains. We can also include add-on hotels and flights giving you full ATBA/ATOL protection.

Availability

  • Al-Andalus – Spain
  • El Transcantabrico – Spain
  • La Robla – Spain
  • Rovos Rail – South Africa

Weekly from April to October

Travelling aboard this luxury palace on wheels through Andalusia is a once in a lifetime, romantically evocative experience, boasting the elegance and distinction of a bygone age. With visits to Seville, Cordoba, Granada and Cadiz to look forward to. Some of these carriages were used by the British Royal Family on their journeys from Calais to the Cote d’Azur. Other itineraries are also available.

Prices from £1,600 (4 days). Best prices for booking at least 6 months in advance.

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Weekly from April to October

This is a pure luxurious “rail cruise” along the Northern coast of Spain travelling to the mountains in the far North East of Spain. Visiting Santiago de Compostela, Oviedo, Santander, Bilbao, The “Picos de Europa” and Leon. Food plays an important part in the itinerary maintaining that Galicia, Asturias,

Cantabria, the Basque Country and Castilla e Leon offer the best cuisine of all the Spanish regions.

Prices from £2,500 (8 nights).

Click here to view some videos of the El Transcantabrico Train

Click here to view some departure dates of the El-Transcantabrico Train

Dates from May to October

This modern train offers all the technical advances of our time, and is specially designed for tourism, with two different itineraries for 4 days and 3 nights; 1 from Bilbao to Leon and back. 2. From Gijon to Santiago and back.

Prices from £600 (4 days).

Various options throughout the year

Trundle through South Africa’s epic landscapes in all the refined, high luxury of the Edwardian era. You cannot otherwise see such breath-taking terrains in as much high comfort and style as with Rovos rail travel. Now with a fleet of four trains restored to their 1920s and 1930s colonial glamour, with mahogany panelling, white-cloth-and-crystal dining cars, silver service, observatory cars, and sumptuous lounges and elegant suites. Said to be the most luxurious train in the world.

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