Why is rail the best way to travel through Europe? Not only are the views amazing, but it is easy and convenient to do. In August I travelled Italy the whole time by train. Starting from Milan in the north, I took the train down through the stunning Cinque Terre. My rail journey ended in Rome. Continue reading “Italian Train Travel”
One of the most beautiful panoramas along the Italian coast, the Cinque Terre can be seen in many ways. By rail, car, boat, taxi or on foot. However, the two best way I discovered in July were by rail and by sea. The Cinque Terre consists of five tiny fishing villages: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterossso. Each has their own uniqueness but the place to set up your base is in La Spezia because more travel options are available to you. Continue reading “By Rail or By Sea? That is the Question”
The best way I discovered to see as much of Canada’s beautiful panorama as possible was by train. It is such a large country, and like Australia, impossible to see everything in such a short time. Everything is spread out and it takes a couple of days to travel across the country. But it is really worth the journey! Continue reading “Panoramic Canada By Rail”
Full of a long and rich history, Cambridge is a small university town located just 45 minutes by train north of London. Beautiful old buildings, cobblestone streets , a modern shopping mall and traditional market place. Cambridge is not just for students. Take a walk around this heritage city and you will discover a day trip perfect for all ages.