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One of the best way to explore the most of the Iberian Peninsula and discover beautiful landscapes, historical cities and traditional places across Spain if you choose one of the numerous train lines which are run through the country. In the following we have collected the top 4 luxury train routes for you to explore most of the country while you are enjoy the luxury and comfort in a gorgeous 20th century decorated train.

1. Al Andalus

One of the most famous luxury train in Spain and definitely the most well – known in the southern part of the country is the Train Al Andalus which runs from Seville and after visiting such cities as Cordoba, Ubea, Granada, Ronda and Jaen arrives back to the Andalusian capital, Seville. The train runs for 7 days 6 nights and during the journey travellers will experience the traditions of the cities in Andalucía, visit unforgettable places, taste the best of the Spanish cuisine while enjoy comfort, elegance and space offered by the train. The Al Andalus were built in France in the 20th century and thank to this the train combines the chic era of the belle époque with 21st century service.


The Al Andalus train

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The lounge of the Train Al Andalus

2. El Transcantábrico

The classic El Transcantábrico train takes all its travellers to a cultural and gastronomic journey through the North of Spain, also known as the Green Spain. The journey runs from Leon to Santiago and visit cultural cities through the northern autonomous communities of the country during 8 days and 7 nights. The El Transcantábrico is the oldest tourist train in Spain, and up until nowadays it is the synonym of elegance and comfort from its beginnings. This traditional train takes travellers back to the golden age of the great railway journeys, accompanied by all comforts and services of the 21st century. All its cabins and lounges are carefully renewed to offer the highest luxury for all its passengers. Besides it offers rich culture and cuisine of Castile and Leon, the Basque Country, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia to make every trip a real pleasure for the senses.


The El Transcantábrico train


The lounge of El Transcantábrico

3. El Expreso de la Robla

The El Expreso de la Robla offers two different routes in the northern part of Spain, through Castile and León; and the Green Paradise Route, travelling through Cantabria and Asturias Both routes same duration of 4 days and 3 nights. This train offers the same charm and comfort as all the other luxury trains. However, this route was made with the idea of offering the classic rail journey at affordable prices. This train combines the luxury with the design of the 20th century and travellers can enjoy three comfortable lounges, luxurious room carriages and outstanding cousine.


El Expreso de la Robla


The lounge of the El Expreso de la Robla

4. Costa Verde Express

The Costa Verde train runs from Gijon to Bilbao also in the northern part of Spain. The itinerary for this train is a bit shorter than the two above, it runs for 6 days 5 nights. This train is a perfect way to travel through gorgeous landscapes in the northern part of the country. Besides you can experience the regional cuisine, art, monuments and landscapes are presented from the comfort of a ‘train hotel’. The Costa Verde Express saloons are delights of railway heritage, some of them being original 1923 Pullman cars. All the carriages have been specifically renovated and decorated for these luxury trains.


The Costa Verde Express

If you get interested and would like to discover Spain in a luxurious and traditional way than do not hesitate to contact us and ask for our Luxury train packages.


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