For travellers who prefer a slower, more scenic means of travel, G Adventures has added a selection of new Rail journeys rolling through countries including Bulgaria, Morocco, Spain and Russia, and ranging from a three-day add-on in St. Petersburg to a 23-day journey travelling through seven countries in Europe.


These new Rail trips bring G Adventures’ Rail programme to 24 trips that use trains as the primary mode of transport, visiting 21 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, and running between nine and 54 days in length.


“In the age of acceleration, slow travel is fast emerging as an antidote to the hectic lives many of us are leading in the digital age,” said G Adventures global product manager, Rachel Wasser.


“Train travel enables travellers to relax and recharge, and to enjoy the journey in a more vintage and romantic way; taking time to take in the landscape and see a different side of a destination.”



The newest Rail journeys listed in G Adventures’ Rail programme include:

Spain and Morocco by Rail – This 14-day trip traverses the Spanish countryside taking travellers to Madrid, Barcelona, and Seville. They then cross the Strait of Gibraltar into Morocco where they visit Fès, Casablanca, and Marrakech, and experience the magic of Morocco’s souks, mint tea and friendly locals. They will also visit a G Adventures-supported women’s development project that includes a traditional home-cooked Moroccan meal and a basic Arabic lesson. Priced from *£1,699pp.

Budapest to Sofia by Rail – From pastoral countryside to forests and villages, this 10-day rail tour travels from Budapest, Hungary to Sofia, Bulgaria on rail much less travelled but worth experiencing. Travellers will explore the weathered architecture of Budapest, grand Ottoman palaces, “Dracula’s Castle” in Transylvania, and the eclectic Ladies Market of Sofia – all via comfortable trains.Priced from *£999pp.

London to Sofia by Rail – This 22-day tour invites travellers to ride the rails from London to Sofia, Bulgaria, experiencing a combination of Western and Eastern Europe’s charm. Here they can soak in a thermal bath in Budapest or explore Buda Castle, before discovering Romania’s countryside and marveling at the baroque architecture of Brasov. Priced from *£2,899pp.

The St. Petersburg Express, beginning in the Russian capital and ending in Moscow, leads travellers into the city’s hidden back alleys to learn about its complex history. This three-day, add-on-only adventure is perfect for train travellers who are interested in expanding their introduction to Russian culture. Eligible tours that combine with this railway extension include: the 16-day “Trans-Mongolian Adventure” from Moscow to Beijing, and the 17-day “Epic Trans Siberian Journey” from Moscow to Vladivostok. St. Petersburg. Add-on from *£339pp, two people minimum.



Since launching the Rail style of travel in late 2014, G Adventures has been engineering rail-based trips as yet another way for travellers to get up close and personal with a place and its people, often at a more leisurely pace.


The two most popular Rail journeys over the past year have been the 12-day Beijing to Hong Kong Express itinerary, and the 12-day Delhi to Goa West Coast India & Rajasthan by Rail, each with select 2016 departures currently discounted at 15% off. G Adventures’ 16-day Trans-Mongolian Adventure and 21-day Trans-Mongolian Express tours round out the operator’s top four selling Rail trips for the period since 2015.


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LYN FUNNELL CV (well, sort of!) Lyn had very successful careers as an Air Hostess, Sales Rep, (she was one of only a couple of women. She beat all the men regularly, becoming the Top Rep in the UK, and 2nd in the world.) And then Catering took over. She did everything from the washing-up, to Silver Service Waitress, and Chef. A few times, she had to cook the meal, dash round the other side and Silver Serve it! In between all this, she wrote as often as she could, building up a reputation as a published short story writer, (Horror and a twist in the tale,) and a Poet. She has appeared as a Performing Poet, and a Demo Chef. Then she discovered the world of the Food & Travel Writer. And that’s what she has continued doing to this day. Her main hobbies are Cookery and entering Competitions. She has won many prizes, including holidays and a moped. She enjoys entering Competitions, submitting her original recipes. She was first in many Competitions, including the Good Housekeeping Millenium Menu, Fruits of France, Bernard Matthews Turkey Recipe, and appeared on BBC’s The One Show Spag Bol contest. She was one of three Finalists, coming 2nd, which makes her Britain’s Spag Bol Queen! Now she runs B-C-ing-U! and loves it! After several years of being messed around by Editors, and having loads of contacts, Lyn formed her own online Magazine, vowing to treat her writers fairly, and to do everything possible to further their careers, publicise their books, etc. She now has a band of excellent regular writers, and the Magazine’s going from strength to strength! Lyn’s online published books; Adverse Camber A collection of my published poems. The First Book of Short Stories The Second Book of Short Stories The Third Book of Short Stories. Many of these stories have been previously published. St Anthony of Padua. The Patron St of the Old. A story of one woman’s terrible ordeal in a Home, and her family’s rescue of her. The Girl Who Watched. A Cuban girl is attacked by an English journalist & what follows! Willy the Whizz & the Wormhole. Suitable for Young Adults, aged 15-95! Get Out Of Debt And Stay Out – Forever! Unsympathetic, hard-hitting, realistic solutions to your problems. All these books are published by Andrews UK Ltd No, I didn’t pay them to Vanity Publish! They’re all available from Amazon, and many other online publishers. LYN FUNNELL.