Explore Spain in Style with Luxury Rail Journeys

first_imgOriginally built in France in the 1920s for members of the British monarchy, Al Andalus is a palace on rails combining the appearance of a prestigious history with the modern comforts of the 21st century. Exploring Seville, Jerez, Ronda and Granada aboard the luxurious Al Andalus means having wine or coffee in the train’s sumptuous saloons or relaxing in one of the 30 spacious, richly-appointed cabins while waiting to arrive in your destination. EL TRANSCANTABRICO A journey aboard the opulent 23-suite El Transcantabrico is a wonderful and unique way to experience the stunning sights of northern Spain, from the striking hilly landscape of Galicia to the mighty cliffs of the Bay of Biscay. With its décor and construction, it is easy to bask in the nostalgia and charm of the early 20th century. Enjoy buffet breakfast every day, savoury dinners and lunches, and delightful regional gastronomy on board while traveling to the next city in your itinerary.Our Luxury Rail Journeys are inclusive of accommodation in your chosen compartment, dinners and lunches aboard the train or in top restaurants, daily buffet breakfast, excursions and scheduled tours, tickets to museums, attractions and shows. Activities on board include music and live performances, cooking and cocktails demonstration, dancing and more.For full details and bookings, contact Spain & Portugal Travel Connection on 1300 858 795, email [email protected] or visit www.spanishtravel.com.auSource = Spain & Portugal Travel Connection AL ANDALUS Roll like royalty and explore wondrous Spain on one of the luxury rail journeys from Spain & Portugal Travel Connection, Australia’s leading Spain and Portugal travel specialist. Hop on one of our spacious and luxurious tourist trains and discover the marvels of Spain as you travel from Seville to Granada or Madrid, or to Santiago de Compostela from Leon or San Sebastian. Al Andalus and El Transcantabrico are both luxury hotels on rails that bring passengers to mighty Spanish cities and quaint medieval villages, passing through spectacular countryside and affording guests comforts in historic rooms and suites fit for royalty.last_img read more