| || New U.S. Rail Packages Announced
Vacation by Rail announces four new independent U.S. train vacations.More>>
| || New High-Speed Trains to Launch in Italy Next Weekend
NTV trips between Rome and eight other Italian cities will begin on April 28, and the company is aiming to get 25 percent of Italy's high-speed train market by 2014. More>>
| || Dutch Train Accident Injures Dozens
A double-decker intercity train collided with a commuter train Saturday evening, shutting down train traffic in the area.More>>
| || Las Vegas to Get First U.S. High-Speed Train?
Rumors are buzzing that a train from California to Las Vegas may be the first true high-speed train in the country's infrastructure. More>>
| || Catching Up With Rail Europe
Travel Agent recently met with the President and CEO of Rail Europe, Frederic Langlois, who brought us up to date on the latest news from Europe's rail scene.More>>
| || Rail Europe Offers 60 Percent Commission on Britain Train Trips
To celebrate Queen Elizabeth's II Diamond Jubilee (60 years on the throne), Rail Europe will offer a 60 percent commission to travel agents booking British rail e-tickets. More>>
| || Vacations By Rail Offers 20 Rail-Cruise Combination Packages
Rail-cruise vacations can offer unique travel options.
| || Report: Argentine President Pushes Courts to Speed Train Crash Probe
The Associated Press is reporting that Argentine President Cristina Fernandez urged investigators Monday to determine responsibility for last week’s deadly train crash soon, and hinted she may move toward re-nationalizing railways.More>>
| || Report: Argentina Train Crash in Buenos Aires 'Kills Dozens'
According to a report by the BBC, a train crash at a station in the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires, has killed 49 people with at least 600 more injured, officials say.More>>
| || Vacations by Rail Adds New Cities to Brochure
New packages include Berlin-Prague-Vienna, Paris-French Riviera, Prague-Vienna-Budapest, Rome-Florence-Venice, and Vienna-Salzburg-Munich.More>>