Venice Simplon Orient Express Full Experience Luxurious Train | Venice to London





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Today was an absolutely unforgettable and special day, being able to go on the Orient Express from Venice to London – it would’ve not been possible without the support of Omaze – thank you 🙂

We woke up for sunrise in Venice and were picked up by our water taxi transfer to take us to the Venice train station. There we were given our train tickets and boarded one of the most luxurious trains in the world, an overnight experience which would take us through 5 different countries, starting in Italy and ending in the UK.

This Luxury Train experience with art deco design is a once in a lifetime that takes you back to what travel was like in the 1920’s, one we are super thankful to be able to say we did in the future, from the Michelin star dinners, breakfast and 4 course lunches to waking up in a different country and seeing the sunset in another.

The Trip includes:
– One night aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express luxury train
– Dedicated steward service
– Welcome glass of sparking wine
– Four course dinner
– Coffee, tea and deserts
– Continental breakfast served in your cabin
– A delicious three course brunch searched on the Belmond British Pullman luxury Train

You go on the Arlberg Railway going from Venice, Italy to Austria, through Germany, Lichtenstein, France and the UK.

You go through the channel from France to the UK and board the Belmond British Pullman to end the journey to London.

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24 Comments

  1. What a wonderful video.
    Your photography is beautiful. You really show the elegance
    beauty and warmth of the train and all it offers.
    I had a friend that took several trips on VSOE back in the 80's
    and again, I think, in 91 or 92.
    She had a wonderful life. I am so glad for her. She added so much
    to my life just for her being herself. I learned about living well
    and enjoying every day. Beautiful thing's are meant to be
    used every day. Every day is a special occasion. This is what
    she told me when I was just 18 years old. What wonderful
    words to live by.
    Thank you for a great video. It has helped me remember
    a very good person, and to help me maintain a positive
    attitude toward life.
    Jeff

  2. Such a shame that this journey through Europe is only reserved to super-rich people who don't really appreciate history of trains. It's just another luxury thing to do for them…

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