Lonely Planet's Amazing Train Journeys
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Lonely Planet's Amazing Train Journeys

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Learn about60 of the world's greatest and most unforgettable train journeys, from classic long-distance trips like Western Canada's Rocky Mountaineer and Darwin to Adelaide's The Ghan, to little-known gems on regular commuting lines.

Lonely Planet always had a soft spot for trains, the the moment a train pulls out of a station bound for somewhere fantastic is when the adventure truly starts ! Lonely Planet's Amazing Train Journeysis the culmination of asking more than 200 travel writers for their absolute favourites.

Some are epic international adventures, others short suburban routes along stunning coastline. There are incredible feats of engineering, trains that snake their way through mountain peaks, and even those which have achieved Unesco World Heritage status.

Each profile contains practical information including ticket options, timetables and stops, plus inspiring photos and illustrated maps. Journeys include:
Africa and the Middle East: - Johannesburg to Cape Town (South Africa)
- Andimeshk to Dorud (Iran)
- Bulawayo to Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
The Americas: - The California Zephyr (USA)
- Perurail's Lake Titicaca Railway (Peru)
- The Serra Verde Express (Brazil)
Asia: - The Darjeeling Toy Train (India)
- The Reunification Express (Vietnam)
- Beijing to Shanghai by High-Speed Rail (China)
Europe: - The Glacier Express (Switzerland)
- Belgrade-to-Bar Railway (Serbia & Montenegro)
- London to Fort William on the Caledonian Sleeper (UK)
Oceania: - South Coast Line (Australia)
- The TranzAlpine (New Zealand)
- The Northern Explorer (New Zealand)

Author: Lonely PlanetGenre: TravelFormat: HardbackISBN:9781787014305


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