Travelling by train is a great option for anyone looking to reduce their carbon footprint while discovering Europe. In the past, there were many affordable services offering sleeper trains across the continent, but the rise of cheap airlines drastically reduced these services.
Travel is tentatively restarting around the world, but if we have the choice what is the safest way for us to travel around? Should we be shunning flights in favour of boats or trains, or is flying the best option for lowering your chances of contracting Covid?
Train travel in Europe is experiencing resurgence, thanks to Greta Thunberg encouraging people to fly less. Germany is making long-distance fares cheaper, and there are plans to introduce more night trains across the continent.
Inter-railing is a fun and sustainable way to see more of Europe. Rather than flying from one destination to another, try travelling by train to make the most out of the journey and to reduce your carbon footprint. You could even combine your travel
After a very long and frustrating day of train riding from Madrid's Atocha station, often going in the wrong way due to language difficulties, and I suffer from having no sense of direction at all, I finally arrived at the town of Cuenca. The local
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