The Luxury Train Club is focussing on the growing interest from solo travellers who are looking for sociable, secure and sumptuous single accommodation on luxury and tourist rail holidays.
Spain’s railways have a lot to offer the solo passenger, with fully-escorted holidays on 4 special trains, three luxury rail vacations and one tourist or first class train cruise.Three trains are in the north in Espana Verde / Green Spain. The fourth, a luxury train with a number of original Wagon-Lits carriages called Al Andalus, runs mostly in Andalucia but during July and August, operates between Madrid and Zaragoza. All four trains offer early bird booking discounts.
In Africa, the Luxury Train Club offers three different train companies, Shongololo Express, Rovos Rail and the Blue Train. Each railway has its own special character and benefits, and it is possible to arrange trips that involve at least two journeys on different trains. All three trains have well-planned security in place for passengers’ peace of mind.
The Shongololo Express’s 2014 journeys are currently attracting early bird bonuses, for bookings made by 30 September 2013.
The vastness of Russia is available to the single traveller, with the Golden Eagle, a British-owned train, and the Imperial Russia. These two luxury trains offer all-inclusive rail holidays that span almost immeasurable distances, linking Moscow and St Petersburg with far-off Vladivostok or Beijing.
London is the starting point for a typically English luxury train. The British Pullman offers Orient Express service on out-and-back day trips to some of England’s iconic cities and destinations. These shorter journeys provide an ideal way to sample luxury train travel for a single individual who may be considering a multi-day holiday.
Fay Lejeune, Editor of The Luxury Train Club says, “Pleasant company, fine dining, interesting visits, great views plus a private suite with bathroom makes luxury train travel for single people hard to beat.”
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