For the first time in four years, The Ghan will be on public display in South Australia. … Continue Reading
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Awarded the Wallpaper Magazine’s 2013 Design Award for “Life Enhancer of the Year”, the April 2012 launched red hot Italo high speed trains have proven to be a popular choice among those travelling between major cities in Italy including Florence, … Continue Reading
Rail Europe has announced in association with both Rail Plus & CIT Holidays that effective in coming weeks, agents will have access to the complete range of fares across Trenitalia’s lines, including Trenitalia’s lead in fares, which offer discounts of up to 70% off the normal fares. … Continue Reading
Queensland Rail is stepping up efforts to attract international visitors to the far north, launching a new Gold Class Kuranda Scenic Railway experience with a fresh focus on local produce and the area’s rich heritage. … Continue Reading
To celebrate the launch of all-inclusive travel on The Ghan and Indian Pacific, Great Southern Rail has released a special 20 per cent offer for guests booking Gold Service.
For a limited time only, guests can save 20 per cent on Gold Service fares on two of Australia’s most unforgettable rail journeys – a discount of up to $484 per person.
The offer has been released in line with the April introduction of all-inclusive travel on both The Ghan and Indian Pacific. Gold Service guests now enjoy all meals, beverages and exclusive Off Train Excursions as complimentary extras to their standard fare.
A limited number of discounted fares are available for travel from June 1, 2013 to October 31, 2013. The offer ends on July 31, 2013.
Guests can book by calling 1800 014 392 or visiting www.greatsouthernrail.com.au
In the centennial of New York’s Grand Central Terminal, train stations become a cultural crossroad. Grand Central Terminal and Tokyo Station agreed on the sister station relationship on March 19 in the opening gala of Japan Week 2013, the annual Japan tourism event. … Continue Reading