There is nothing quite as romantic as sitting on a train, glass of wine in one hand while untouched parts fo the world go by.
 
So why not put the spark back in your relationship with these four incredible rail journeys:  
 
The Glacier Express
Even the name of this trip sounds romantic. It is one of the most famous rail journeys in the world and for seven hours you will travel from Zermat to Davos or St. Moritz. You will be taken through valleys, over 291 bridges, and past scenic mountain views.
 
The Venice Simplon Orient-Express
As a truly romantic journey, the London to Venice trip on the Venice Simplon Orient is up there with the best. The train will travel from London to Venice via Paris and for two days and one night you will be treated like royalty as you relax and take in the incredible views.
 
Trans-Siberian Railway
This is no ordinary trip. It is in fact the world’s longest rail journey spanning 9001 km from Moscow to Beijing. For one week the train that never stops will take you passed untouched worlds, the Siberian steppes and the Mongolian Southern Gobi desert.
 
The Pride of Africa
Spanning across the African continent, the Pride of Africa rail trips will take you on an adventure of a lifetime. We love the Victoria Falls journey which consists of a three night trip from Pretoria to Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River. You will pass through Hwange National Park, cross over the Tropic of Capricorn and go by the Magaliesberg Mountains. 
 
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