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A unique way to discover Spain
01 August 2019 @ 14:50

For seven nights and eight days the Transcantábrico Gran Lujo or the Al Andalus will become your living room, your means of transportation, your socialising place, your bar, your bedroom: a hotel on wheels in which you sleep and wake up in a different place every day. The landscape passing by the window of your suite or the lounge where you are having a coffee is never the same. That simple fact makes the trip itself unique and unlike any other experience.

To ensure passengers a good night’s rest, the trains remain parked at a station at night. The train lounges are especially designed for relaxation and unfettered enjoyment of the evocative ambience, also offering the chance of sharing the company of fellow travellers. 

After dinner, an evening of entertainment. Every night is party night, with various live performances throughout the trip. Given the length of the train, these will not affect those who prefer retiring earlier to the privacy of their suite. You can also choose to have a quiet drink in one of the other saloon cars, or go for a stroll in whichever town the train is spending the night at.

In general, comfortable clothing and shoes are recommended for the daytime when all passengers will be out and about on excursions, while at night you can opt for more formal attire, although no particular dress code is required at any time. The only exception is for gaining access to the Casino de Santander on the routes that include that city, where there is a requirement for more elegant dress.

During the journey one will visit and explore places by the sea or in the mountains, charming squares and streets, museums, cathedrals, wine cellars and ports; many stories will be revealed by the multilingual guides, accompanying you on each trip. Lunch will be the central event of the day, and in the afternoons you will alternate more excursions with activities on board the train, or just enjoy the scenery passing by before your eyes. A luxury 'on-land' cruise, a truly a unique way to discover Spain, the way luxury travel used to be…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.renfe.com/trenesturisticos/eng/index.html



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azimat said:
03 August 2019 @ 13:02

Hello

I am quite interested in travelling by train as described in this article.


How do I make the booking? The approximate cost?


Goldilocks said:
03 August 2019 @ 15:50

These journeys look wonderfully luxurious but sadly most are beyond our budget at the moment. Lovely to dream, though!

Azimat: if you go to the Renfe link at the bottom of the article, you can see more details including prices, and you can also download a brochure.


marelison said:
11 August 2019 @ 00:04

The cost (from the video) is around 6000 euro pr. person, 8 days / 6 nights.


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