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The celebrated Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is boarded in France and makes its way across Europe, as far as Istanbul.
The luxury Orient Express, also known as "the train that never hurries" was initially owned by the Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits, and now by Venice Simplon-Orient-Express.
Among the selection of worldwide departures available until late 2012 are three new tours: Norway's 'Journey to the Arctic Circle' to the remote regions of Canada; exploring Burma's Irrawaddy River between Mandalay and Pagan in their 'Road to Mandalay' cruise and 'The Eastern and Oriental Express', a luxurious train journey aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express including 5-star accommodation in Bangkok and Singapore.
Options range from Cyprus - The Southern Tour, A Slice of Madeira, Grand Hotels on Lake Como and an Italian itinerary that includes a journey on the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, as well as the brand-new Heritage of Malta and Going Going Tirol tours.
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express runs once a year on the celebrated Istanbul to Venice route.
It entered service in 2000 as a sister tor the highly successful British Pullman train of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and can carry 252 passengers.
The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express uses restored 1920s and 1930s carriages complimented by fine dining with French culinary creations and exceptional service.
Venice Simplon-Orient-Express <p>The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, with its restored 1920s vintage cars, is the world's most authentic luxury train, says The Society of International Railway Travelers.
What does Europe's very dignified grande dame, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, have in common with India's wheezing, narrow-gauge geezer, the 100-year-old steam "Toy Train"?
the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is the railway equivalent of Tiffany's blue boxes: classic, stylish, and sure to contain extravagant surprises.
The luxurious wooden interiors were created by the team who refurbished its sister train the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express and the panelling was inspired by the 1932 film Shanghai Express.