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Taking a train journey to explore the world is a wondrous feeling; for you get to witness the scenic and picturesque beauty that the world beholds. From lush green fields to mesmerizing waterfalls when on a train you wouldn't want to miss any of these views especially when in Europe. So here are the most pleasing train journeys that one could take on their journey to explore Eurpoe.

The Hogwarts Express
Popularly know as Jacobite Steam Train journey on Hogwarts Express offers one of the most picturesque views to its passenger. The train journey you can be a part of in Northern Scotland run from Fort William to Mallaig.

The Glacier Express, Switzerland
Adjectives won't be enough to describe the features of this train. Undoubtedly, no other train comes close to the scenic views this train enthralls its passengers with. This is one of Switzerland’s most popular routes (especially if you’re heading up the slopes for a ski) so be sure to book in advance.

The Orient Express
London to Venice is the route Orient Express runs between but that is not the exciting part. The excitement lies in the journey. The Orient Express is one of the world’s most sought after train journeys and is known the world over for its’ glamour, sophistication and impeccable service.

Bernina Express between Chur and Tirano (Switzerland & Italy)
The next one on the list is Bernina Express between Chur (Switzerland) and Tirano (Northern Italy). This journey is beautiful any time of year but we recommend you to board the train during winter and in Spring when the countryside comes back to life after the harsh winter.

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