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Mozart (train)

Mozart was an express train that linked Paris with Vienna via Strasbourg, Stuttgart and Munich. The service began in 1954, as an F-Zug running between Strasbourg and Salzburg, before being extended ten years later. In 1983 it was re-classified as ...

                                               

Parsifal (train)

The Parsifal was an express train that linked Paris with Dortmund in Germany and later Cologne. The train was named after Wagners opera inspired by the legendary knight Percival.

                                               

Polonia (train)

The Polonia is a EuroCity express train. It was introduced in 1997, to supplement the existing EuroCity train, the Sobieski, on the international route between Vienna, the capital of Austria, and Warsaw, the capital of Poland, via the Czech Repub ...

                                               

Porta Bohemica (train)

The Porta Bohemica is a EuroCity international express train. Since December 2014 it is operating between Hamburg-Altona and Budapest Keleti. The trains name, Porta Bohemica Czech: Brana Čech ; German: Bohmische Pforte, is the Latin word for the ...

                                               

Prinz Eugen (train)

The Prinz Eugen was an express train that linked northern Germany with Wien Westbf in Vienna, Austria. Introduced in 1971, it was operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn / Deutsche Bahn and the Austrian Federal Railways. The train was named after Pri ...

                                               

Ratia (train)

Ratia is a EuroCity train service that linked Hamburg in Germany with Chur in Switzerland via Dortmund, Cologne, Mannheim, Basel and Zurich, following the river Rhine for a significant part of its journey. The service is named after Rhaetia, the ...

                                               

Rembrandt (train)

The Rembrandt was an express train that linked Amsterdam in the Netherlands, with Munich in Germany and later Chur in Switzerland. The train was named after the renowned Dutch painter Rembrandt. For its first 16 years it was a first-class-only Tr ...

                                               

Rheinpfeil (train)

The word Rheinpfeil was used to name a number of express trains that ran in Germany between the 1950s and 1991. For much of that period, a train carrying the name Rheinpfeil also linked Germany with at least one neighbouring country. Rheinpfeil i ...

                                               

Rubens (train)

The Rubens was an express train that linked Gare du Nord in Paris, France, with Bruxelles-Midi / Brussel-Zuid in Brussels, Belgium. The train was named after Belgian painter Peter Paul Rubens.

                                               

Sobieski (train)

The Sobieski is a EuroCity international express train. Introduced in 1994, it runs between Vienna, the capital of Austria, and Warsaw, the capital of Poland, via the Czech Republic. The trains name honours the Sobieski family, or the House of So ...

                                               

Ticino (train)

The Ticino was an express train that linked Milan in Italy, with Zurich, Switzerland and for some years even to Munich, Germany. The train was named after the Canton of Ticino in the south of Switzerland. Introduced in 1961, it was a first-class- ...

                                               

Transalpin

The Transalpin is a EuroCity express train linking Zurich with Graz via Liechtenstein. Introduced in 2013, it is operated by the Austrian Federal Railways and the Swiss Federal Railways. From 1958 to 2010 a train of the same name linked Basel or ...

                                               

Varsovia (train)

Varsovia, the New Latin word for Warsaw, Poland, has been the name of two distinct EuroCity international express trains, each of them originating and terminating in Warsaw.

                                               

Vauban (train)

The Vauban was an express train that linked Brussels Midi/Zuid in Brussels, Belgium, with France, Switzerland and Italy. Introduced in 1988, it was operated by the National Railway Company of Belgium, the Chemins de Fer Luxembourgeois, the SNCF, ...

                                               

Vindobona (train)

The Vindobona was an international named passenger train which began service in 1957 between Berlin and Vienna via Dresden and Prague. In later years the route was extended to run from Hamburg via Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Brno and Vienna to Villa ...

                                               

Watteau (train)

The Watteau was an express train that linked Gare du Nord in Paris, France, with Tourcoing in the North of France. The train was named after the French painter Antoine Watteau. One year before the creating of the TEE-network the French railway SN ...

                                               

Wawel (train)

The Wawel was an international named express train. Introduced in 1995 as an InterCity service, it was upgraded to EuroCity status by operating PKP Intercity and DB Fernverkehr in 2006. The service was withdrawn at the end of 2014. The train link ...

                                               

Luxury trains

Luxury trains are designed to offer a very comfortable ride and evoke an association with history and heritage. Operating in several countries, they are a premium travel option. Although some luxury trains promote tourism in destinations across a ...

                                               

Asia Express

The Asia Express was an express passenger train operated by the South Manchuria Railway from 1934 until 1943. This limited express, which began operation in November 1934 and was Mantetsus most iconic train, operated in Manchukuo between Dalian a ...

                                               

Belmond Andean Explorer

Belmond Andean Explorer, launched in May 2017, is South Americas first luxury sleeper train. It replaces the eponymous Pullman day train, between Cusco and Puno, at Lake Titicaca. By the new train this trip is converted to a one-night journey, an ...

                                               

La Gazelle

The train runs between Brazzaville and Pointe-Noire and stops at 9 intermediate stations along the route. As of January 2014 the journey was scheduled to take either 14 or 16 hours depending on whether the service was overnight or during the day.

                                               

Trans Europ Express

The Trans Europ Express, or Trans-Europe Express, is a former international first-class railway service in western and central Europe that was founded in 1957 and ceased in 1995. At the height of its operations, in 1974, the TEE network comprised ...

                                               

Adriatico (train)

The Adriatico was an express train operated by Ferrovie dello Stato, linking Milan and Bari. It was named for the Adriatic Sea, Mare Adriatico in Italian, as the trains route served the main cities along the shore of the Adriatic between Rimini a ...

                                               

Ambrosiano

The Ambrosiano was a national Italian express train which connected Rome with Milan. The name refers to the patron saint of Milan. For its first 13 years it was a Trans Europ Express service. It was introduced on 26 May 1974, after enough Gran Co ...

                                               

Aquitaine (train)

The Aquitaine was an express train that linked Bordeaux and Paris, France, between 1971 and about 1990. Operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français, it was a first-class-only Trans Europ Express until 1984 and then a two-class R ...

                                               

Bacchus (train)

The Bacchus was an express train in Germany, initially linking Dortmund and Munich. The train was named after the Roman God of wine, although for most of its existence it linked two cities famous for producing beer.

                                               

Le Capitole (train)

Le Capitole was an express train between Paris and Toulouse in France. Introduced in 1960, it was operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français. It was also the SNCF’s first foray into high-speed commercial service above 160 km/h. ...

                                               

Cycnus (train)

The Cycnus was an express train operated by Ferrovie dello Stato, linking Milan with Ventimiglia, Italy. Cycnus literally means swan, but more likely the name refers to the mythological King of Liguria, the region the train served.

                                               

Diamant (train)

The Diamant was an express train operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn, using different routes over the years. The name Diamant, Flemish for diamond, refers to the city of Antwerp, which is the European centre of diamond trade and has a diamond dis ...

                                               

Edelweiss (train)

The Edelweiss was an international express train. For most of its existence, it linked the Netherlands with Switzerland, via Belgium, Luxembourg and France. Introduced in 1928, it was named after a mountain flower, the Edelweiss, which is associa ...

                                               

Etendard (train)

The Etendard was an express train that linked Paris and Bordeaux in France. Introduced in 1968, it was operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français, and was initially a Rapide. The trains name, LEtendard literally, "The Standard" ...

                                               

Gambrinus (train)

On 18 May 1952 the Deutsche Bundesbahn started a trainservice F33/34 between Munich and Kiel via the Ruhr, thus linking two Beer cities Munich and Dortmund. On 1 June 1953 the train was named after Gambrinus referring to the breweries situated in ...

                                               

Gayant (train)

The Gayant was an express train that linked Gare du Nord in Paris, France, with Tourcoing in the department of Nord, also in France. The train was named after Gayant, the processional giant of Douai, France. One year before the creation of the TE ...

                                               

Jules Verne (train)

The Jules Verne was an express train that linked Paris and Nantes in France. Operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français, it was the last new Trans Europ Express to be introduced, in 1980. The train was named after the French au ...

                                               

Kleber (train)

Kleber was an express train that linked Strasbourg and Paris, France, between 1971 and 1988. It was a first-class-only Trans Europ Express operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français. The train was named after Jean Baptiste Kleb ...

                                               

Lufthansa Airport Express

The Lufthansa Airport Express was an express train service in Germany, initially linking Dusseldorf and Frankfurt am Main Flughafen, and later Stuttgart too. The trains were operated by Deutsche Bundesbahn on behalf of the German airline Lufthans ...

                                               

Le Lyonnais (train)

Le Lyonnais, or the Lyonnais, was an express train that linked Paris and Lyon in France. Introduced in 1968, it was operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français. The train is named after the geographical area known as the Lyonnai ...

                                               

Le Mistral (train)

Le Mistral, or the Mistral, was an express train between Paris and Nice in France. Introduced in 1950, it was operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français, and was regarded as the companys flagship train. The train was named afte ...

                                               

Moliere (train)

The Moliere was an international train operated by SNCF, initially linking Paris and Dusseldorf. The train was named after Jean Baptiste Poquelin using his stage name.

                                               

LOiseau Bleu (train)

LOiseau Bleu was an international express train linking Antwerp with Paris. The train was named after the play LOiseau Bleu as a tribute to its author, the Belgian Nobel prize laureate Maurice Maeterlinck.

                                               

Paris–Ruhr

The Paris–Ruhr was an express train that linked Paris in France, with Dortmund in Germany. The train was named after its two termini, Paris in the west and the Ruhr district in the east. For most of its life, it was a Trans Europ Express.

                                               

Rhein–Main (train)

The Rhein–Main was an express train that linked Frankfurt am Main with Dortmund in Germany and later with Amsterdam in the Netherlands. The train was named after the two rivers, the Rhine and the Main, that join west of Frankfurt. For most of its ...

                                               

Rheingold (train)

The Rheingold was a named train that operated between Hoek van Holland, near Rotterdam, and Geneva, Switzerland, a distance of 1.067 kilometres, until 1987. Another section of the train started in Amsterdam and was coupled to the Hoek cars in Utr ...

                                               

Le Rhodanien (train)

Le Rhodanien, or the Rhodanien, was an express train with its southern terminus in Marseilles, France. Operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français, it was named using the French language adjective derived from the Rhone river; t ...

                                               

Roland (train)

The Roland was an express train that ran in Germany. For part of its existence, it was also an international train. Introduced in 1939, suspended during World War II, and reintroduced in 1952, it was operated in Germany by the Deutsche Reichsbahn ...

                                               

Saphir (train)

The Saphir was an express train operated by the Deutsche Bundesbahn linking the port of Ostend with Dortmund as part of a link between London and the Ruhr. The name Saphir, German for sapphire, refers to the Belgian gemstone industry.

                                               

SBB-CFF-FFS RAm TEE I and NS DE4

The SBB-CFF-FFS RAm TEE I and NS DE4 were a class of five 4-car diesel-electric trainsets ordered for Trans Europe Express service. Two were ordered by the Swiss Federal Railways and three by Nederlandse Spoorwegen

                                               

Settebello (train)

The Settebello was a famous Italian high-speed express train that linked Milano Centrale in Milan with Roma Termini station in Rome, via Bologna and Florence. Introduced in 1953, it was operated by the Italian State Railways and used the distinct ...

                                               

Stanislas (train)

Stanislas was an express train that linked Paris and Strasbourg in France. Introduced in 1971, it was operated by the Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer français. The train was named after Stanislaw I Leszczynski French: Stanislas Leszczynski, ...

                                               

Van Beethoven (train)

The Van Beethoven was an international train linking the Dutch capital Amsterdam and the West German capital Bonn. The train was named after the Bonn-born composer Ludwig van Beethoven. The Van Beethoven was the successor of the TEE Rhein–Main on ...