This blue and silver train, like a faerie chariot, goes deep into Ireland, a land where myth and superstition inhabit a gorgeous, many-storied landscape.
See a famous coastline without the hassle of driving.
It's only 183 kilometres, but if it's not the world's most scenic train trip, it must come close.
It's a big country, and there's no better way of experiencing its vastness than by train.
By some measures, this is the best train in the world, where they literally roll out the red carpet.
This place is another planet and 'the world's most luxurious train' is our spaceship.
For eighty years this train has been cutting a path from one end of the country to the other.
There's a much more sociable option than fighting through airport queues when you are travelling.
This is the closest experience you'll have to riding a Ferrari on rails. Why bother flying?
Ten days, five time zones, two continents: this is one epic train journey.
Many cities can claim the title 'Europe's other Venice'. And you can reach them all on an outstanding train journey.
This classic Australian railway, built to service a mine, is now taking tourists through the wilderness.