Best Route to Travel Europe by Train

Every traveler has visiting Europe part of their bucket list. Traveling around Europe is possible with various transportation modes. In this article, we will be showing you the best route to travel to Europe by Train. Before you choose your route, it is important that you already have planned your travel. There is a lot of things to do in Europe. You can choose your travel to taste the best foods Europe can offer, or have your honeymoon, or simply visit your favorite European country.

It is important to know that routes mentioned here will sometimes take a longer travel time. Therefore, it is important to include pass time activities on your travel must-haves. Download your favorite movies and music ahead of time so you can binge-watching movies while traveling or listen to your favorite songs and relax as you enjoy your train travel in Europe.

While traveling on a train, there is one thing for sure that everyone loves to do to escape boredom is to play games. We are not talking about Minecraft or Roblox or GTA here. We are talking about the online mobile games where you will not only get entertained but earn some real cold cash too. Make sure you have installed a App on your phone because has lots of online games to choose from and a boring train trip will be history.

France is the best seller for places to visit in Europe. You can take the France Trip itinerary when in Europe. With this itinerary, you can visit Paris, Versailles, Mont-Saint-Michel, Bordeaux, Carcassonne, Nice, and Lyon. For this itinerary, you should get 7 days within 1 month France Eurail pass.


Paris is the capital city of France. It is known as the city of Love. What you can do in Paris is to have a walk under the popular Eiffel Tower and when your feet need some rest, relax on the Seine river and have a sip of their best tasting wine. When you get refreshed go on your feet again and do some shopping at Champs Elysees and if you still have the energy, witness the amazing Paris Opera at night.


From Paris, your next stop is to Versailles. Train travel is only 12 minutes. Here at Versailles is where you can find the famous Palace of Versailles, listed for 30 years as one of the World Heritage Site. Other than enjoying the Palace of Versailles by strolling around the famous Versailles Garden, you can also visit the Royal Apartments, the Mirror Hall, and the Hall of Battles.


After the historical palace of Versailles, your next route is to Mont St. Michel. Travel time is 3 hours and 6 minutes with one transfer at the Rennes, France station. Mont St. Michel is a small island with lots of monasteries because the island during medieval times is a pilgrimage place and now a tourist attraction of France.


After a solemn visit to the then pilgrimage place in Mont St. Michel, your next route is to Bordeaux. Travel time from Mont St. Michel to Bordeaux is around 6 hours and 5 minutes with two transfer because from Mont St. Michel you’ll get off at Rennes, then at Nantes, then Bordeaux. If you are a wine lover, you surely will love visiting Bordeaux, the wine capital of France. The country has vineyards to beautiful and luscious that you can take a wine tour either by strolling or riding your bike in interest. You can also enjoy the picturesque view of the city climbing the Bordeaux Cathedral bell tower or if you love arts go see a collection of artworks by European painters at the Musee des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux.


Your next stop is at Carcassonne, and enjoy 2 hours and 58 minutes of train travel. Enjoy history in this city by visiting the Chateau Comtal, Basilica of Saint-Nazaire, and the Narbonne Gate.


You should visit Nice next with 5 hours and 48 minutes train travel from Carcassonne with one stop at the Marseille station, Nice is one of the most visited cities in France, next to Paris. Have some vitamin sea by visiting the most beautiful beach in Nice, Promenade des Anglais.


Next to Nice, Lyon is your next route with 3 hours and 58 minutes of train travel with one stop at Avignon station. Lyon is your perfect stopover going back to Paris. Fill in your hunger by going to a Bouchon, restaurant offering authentic local dishes along with a glass of wine. After which enjoy a view of the city while at the Basilica of Notre-Dame de Fourviere hill or enjoy some quiet moments at Parc de la Tete d’Or park.

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