5 Most Luxurious Trains in the World
If you’re a sucker for luxury and want the “crème de la crème” of all things, then wanting opulence even in your mode of transportation is only natural. Here is the list of the 5 most luxurious trains in the world.
1. Hiran Bingham
Admitting 42 people in one trip, the Hiran Bingham is definitely one of the most luxurious trains in the world. The 3 hours and 55 minutes' journey takes you through the Peruvian landscape of Cusco to Machu Picchu. The highlight of the train lies in its sumptuous Peruvian cuisine for brunch and dinner, and also the gorgeous views of the ancient city of Inca Empire. A bonus that the train lets you avail of is its excellent cocktail party if you book a round trip.
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2. Rocky Mountaineer
Meandering through the soaring Rocky Mountains, this train is not just transportation but a 12-day adventurous trip across Canada. The train offers stunning panoramic views of the landscapes through its transparent domed carriages. The Rocky Mountaineer offers a great opportunity to nature lovers and photographers alike. Along with luxurious on-comfort service, it also provides off the train excursions.
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3. Venice Simplon Orient Express
Just the mention of the word 'Paris' instills a sense of class and luxury in people’s mind. The Venice Simplon Orient Express is an authentic and vintage rail that runs from Paris to Istanbul. The rail is an abode of luxury and its 6-day journey offers world-class service. The Venice Simplon is pure indulgence.
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4. Palace on Wheels
The Palace on Wheels is undoubtedly the most luxurious train running on the Indian terrain. With service truly befitting for the Maharajas, the train runs through the beautiful cities in and around Rajasthan and Delhi. The Palace on Wheels is a train that gives you a complete experience of grandeur and the high lifestyle.
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5. Blue Train
The Blue Train boasts Presidents and Kings to be amongst some of its passengers. The train offers all the meals along with vintage wines, champagne and cigars. In its 27-hour journey, the train takes you from Cape Town to Pretoria, opening you to the mystical Africa.
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