The Orient Express Train, Venice-Simplon Orient Express, Eastern and Oriental Express British Pullman Royal Scotsman. You will have heard mention of these trains to the Orient Express set of trains. Let’s try to eliminate some of the confusion and examine them.
The Actual Orient Express Train
No longer exists. This May come as a surprise to you but it is true. The Orient Express Train, the descendant of the original 1883 Orient Express took its journey after over 125 years support at the end of 2009. The following are Privately owned and run by Venice Simplon Orient Express (VSOE) Limited. They are all composed of beautifully restored train coaches. Under that banner the next trains operate:
Venice-Simplon Orient Express
You can take the VSOE From London with the UK part of this trip on The British Pullman see below to Paris and Venice roughly once a week from March to November. Frequently it travels to Istanbul, Krakow, Budapest, Prague and Rome. The portion of the train is composed of 1920s sleeping-cars.
A day time Pullman Train that travels to Folkestone from London in addition to providing lavish and day trips lunches across the Southern part of the uk. You can enjoy a lunch on board from Bournemouth, Plymouth and Exeter. Additionally they run events like The Golden Age as Steam Day.
The train of The British Pullman, The Northern Belle offers day trips and short breaks throughout Britain from major stations throughout the South, West, Midlands, North of Scotland England and Wales.
The Royal Scotsman
Taking only 36 guests, Among the world’s great rail journeys, a travel on The Royal Scotsman is considered in cottages. There are excursions Highlands up break right Grand Tour of Britain all from Edinburgh.
Eastern And Oriental Express
A sister train to The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express of Europe, winding through some of the world landscapes, it voyages into Laos and on through Thailand Malaysia and Singapore. In addition to the traditional travel from Singapore to Bangkok (or vice versa), it is possible to take an epic 7 day tour of Thailand or Malaysia.
Machu Pichu on the Hiram Bingham Train
Once only accessible On foot a way is. It is named after the explorer who discovered the remains of the Inca citadel, Machu Picchu. The carriages orient express carry a blue and inviting and gold exterior and the interiors are luxurious with decoration in the style of the 1920 trains.