We invite you to discover several areas in Spain on board this luxury sightseeing train, and to enjoy its 'Belle Époque' décor, its comfortable carriage suites, its spacious 1920s saloon cars, its delicious cuisine… Prepare to experience a journey steeped in enchantment, and enjoy the privilege of travelling in this palace on wheels. There are several destinations to choose from.

You'll experience unforgettable days on board a unique train with four beautifully decorated saloon carriages, exclusive services, lunch and dinner in top-quality restaurants, excursions, local guides on your visits…A train and a palace The train's four saloon cars are treasures of railway history dating from 1928 and 1930. Its carriages are spacious and full of charm, and make the ideal place to enjoy a buffet breakfast, read the newspapers, and listen to live piano music every evening.When it comes time to sleep, there are two types of suites to choose from (standard and superior). In both cases these are carriages which were originally used by the British monarchy for their holiday travel. Today their original 'Belle Epoque' décor also includes a full range of modern amenities.

Several itineraries

Andalusian route Charm, local colour, high spirits, culture and art are just a few of the terms used to describe the cities along the route. Passengers can also explore these places on specially arranged guided tours. The train leaves Seville (famous for the Giralda tower, the cathedral and the Alcázar palace) towards Cadiz and Jerez (don't miss the sherry and the traditional equestrian displays). The third, fourth and fifth days include stops in Ronda (with spectacular views) and Granada (with the magnificent Alhambra and the chance to enjoy some flamenco). The sixth day brings you to Linares, Úbeda and Baeza (World Heritage cities) and on the seventh day you'll arrive in Cordoba (with its Mosque and wonderful historic quarter).Extremedura route This route lasts six days, starts in Seville and then goes on towards the historic city of Zafra. On the second day you'll visit Mérida, with its Roman amphitheatre. Then the train takes you to Cáceres, where you can see its historic quarter that has been preserved almost intact. The next stop is Monfragüe National Park, which is perfect for birdwatching. On the fifth day, the train heads towards Toledo (where the Christian, Muslim and Jewish cultures coexisted for centuries), and ends the journey in Aranjuez, where you can go for a walk round the gardens and the palace, and then Madrid.

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Things to remember

The Andalusia Route runs regular trains in April, May, September and October, while the Extremadura Route operates in June. Always check future departure dates and availability before planning your journey.There are shorter itineraries (four days and three nights).

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