Europe boasts a broad rail network and taking high-speed trains is among the smartest options of traveling from point to point in comparison to air as it saves your time both on flight registration and distant commutes to airports. We've put together everything you need to know about European trains, so you can learn about the most popular train brands in Europe and get ahold of handy information such as facilities onboard each train, number of daily departures, coach types, routes and more.


Railjet High-Speed Train

Planning to travel on train from Vienna to Budapest or Vienna to Prague? Here's everything you need to know about the high-speed Railjet train.


Italo High-Speed Train

Connecting a total of 13 Italian cities, Italo trains are a convenient way to travel in Italy. Learn about the high-speed Italo train.


SJ High-Speed Train

Taking SJ trains is an easy way to travel from city to city in Sweden and its nearby countries. Read more about the high-speed SJ train.


Alfa Pendular High-Speed Train

Consider going on a high-speed Alfa Pendular train from Lisbon to Porto. Completely renovated in 2017, these fast trains were designed to travel in comfort.


Sapsan High-Speed Train

If you're planning to travel from Moscow to Saint Petersburg on train, go on the most comfortable train in Russia, the high-speed Sapsan train.


Allegro High-Speed Train

Save your time and travel on train from St. Petersburg to Helsinki on a high-speed Allegro train, on which customs are taken care of on the go.


Thalys High-Speed Train

Hop on a comfortable and time-saving Thalys train if you're planning to travel from Paris to Amsterdam or Amsterdam to Brussels.


Ave High-Speed Train

Enjoy great Spanish landscapes as you travel on train from Madrid to Barcelona or on any of the other 7 Ave routes.


Eurostar High-Speed Train

Make a wise choice and travel in safety and comfort on a modern fast Eurostar train from Paris to London in less than 3 hours.