Most luxurious trains – Offer the highest quality

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Most luxurious trains – Offer the highest quality

Most luxurious trains:

  • Maharajas’ Express

    Maharajas' Express TrainMaharajas' Express TrainLuxury-Train - India - Rail-journey – He set off on the track for the first time in 2010. Since then, it has been one of the most luxurious trains in the world. Traveling with this express includes not only the experience of a unique journey. But also visits to many Indian monuments.

  • Shiki – Shima

    Shiki - ShimaShiki - ShimaShikishima train – Train currently has an ultra-luxury label. It consists of 10 wagons, and passengers can travel from two to four days. The design of this exceptionally luxurious train was created by industrial architect Ken Okayama.

  • Venice Simplon Orient-Express

    Venice Simplon Orient-ExpressVenice Simplon Orient-Express TrainIstanbul Grand Suite – It belongs to the most famous trains in the world. He also became a hero in the crime story of Agatha Christie. Entrepreneur James Sherwood took care of his current look. From 1977 began to collect original Orient Express wagons.

  • The Ghan

    The Ghan - Platinium Classhe Ghan - LocomotiveRestaurant - 1-Class (1-February-2009) – It has been driving on the route from Adelaide to Darwin since 1929. At that time, it was still a narrow-gauge railway, and construction work was suspended for several decades. After the construction of a new railway line in 1980.

  • Belmond Andean Explorer

    Belmond Andean ExplorerBelmond Andean ExplorerBelmond Andean Explorer - Peru – If you plan to visit Machu Picchu or see Lake Titicaca. This is no better option than choosing the Belmond train. It travels along the Andean peaks between historical headquarters of the Incas.

  • Rocky Mountaineer

    Rocky Mountaineer - (18-06-2006)SilverLeaf-service - (26-09-2016)Rocky Mountaineer Gold Leaf - Lower-dining-level – It set off for the first time between Calgary and Vancouver in June 1988. Currently, the train travels from Canada’s third largest city, Vancouver, to various destinations. Which passengers choose. They can choose a route from 2 to 14 days.

  • Golden Eagle

    Golden Eagle ExpressGolden EagleSiberian Express – The „Golden Eagle” route leads through Russia, the so-called Trans-Siberian Highway, which runs from Moscow to Vladivostok. During the journey, passengers see many sights along the way.

  • Blue Train

    Blue Train - Passes through the Karoo (9-04-2009)Blue Train - (01-05-2001)Logo of Blue - (20-08-2008) – This African train set off for the first time in 1923. However, due to problems with the construction of the railway, its activity was interrupted. It received its official name in 1937, when the wagons were painted blue.


Train travel is often perceived as a prolonged journey among people and dirt. However, there are wagons that look better than five-star hotels. Although the train ride may take longer, it is an unbelievable experience. Embark on a luxurious journey on the tracks.

Blue Train – Most luxurious trains

Blue Train - Passes through the Karoo (9-04-2009)Blue Train - (01-05-2001)Bedroom - (08-08-2008)Logo of Blue - (20-08-2008)

Blue Train – Most luxurious trains

  • Place: South Africa
  • Route: Pretoria – Cape Town
  • Number of seats: 84
  • Cost: 4000 PLN per person

Blue Train – This African train set off for the first time in 1923. However, due to problems with the construction of the railway, its activity was interrupted. It received its official name in 1937, when the wagons were painted blue. General reconstruction of the train was completed only in 1997, after which it returned to the tracks. According to experts, the jewel of the train is primarily the salon and dining car. Which is considered a true designer miracle. A route with a length of over 1500 km. The train travels within 31 hours.

Interior:

On board passengers are provided with 24-hour service, they can order, for example, caviar and champagne. Luxury can also be seen in the restaurant car. For meals, guests use Sheffield cutlery, with music , usually classical or jazz. Each apartment has its own bathroom, in which taps in marble baths and wash basins are gold-plated. As in the bathroom, also in the bedroom, floor heating is installed.

Curiosity:

Passengers can admire the views in front of the driver. In the car called Club on the big screen, live coverage is displayed.

Oscar records holders – Stars with the most statuettes

Oscar records holders – Stars with the most statuettes

 
 

Oscar records holders - Walt Disney and Wernher von BraunOscar records holders - Walt Disney (1)Oscar records holders - Walt Disney (2)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Walt Disney (1901 – 1966) – Number of statuettes: 26

The American film producer, director, screenwriter, dubbing actor, creator of the animation and philanthropist was nominated for the award 59 times. In 1954 he scored 4 at a time. Known throughout the world thanks to the animated film “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” (1937), and the creation of the Mickey Mouse character.
 

Oscar records holders - Diane Keaton, Woody Allen, Jerry Lacy - „Play it Again, Sam”Oscar records holders - Woody Allen - „Take the Money” (1969)Oscar records holders - Woody Allen, Johnny Carson - The Tonight Show (NBC-1964)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Woody Allen (born in 1935) – Number of statuettes: 4

Director, screenwriter, actor, comedian, writer and playwright who was born in 1935 in New York as Allen Stewart Konigsberg. He is one of the few American filmmakers who became famous as creators of authorial films. For the film “Annie Hall”, considered by viewers and critics as his best picture, in 1997 he received 2 Oscars (for screenplay and direction).
 

Oscar records holders - Katharine Hepburn (1951)Oscar records holders - Katharine Hepburn (1)Oscar records holders - Katharine Hepburn (2)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Katharine Hepburn (1907 – 2003) – Number of statuettes: 4

The American actress Katharine Hepburn has been nominated for an Oscar 12 times during her seventy-year career. She received the award four times, in 1934 (“Morning Glory”), 1968 (“Guess who’s coming to dinner”), 1969 (“The Lion in Winter”) and 1982 (“On Golden Pond”). In 1999, the American Film Institute announced her the best actress of all time.
 

Oscar records holders - Meryl Streep (02.2016)Oscar records holders - Meryl Streep - US Embassy in Berlin (2016)Oscar records holders - Meryl Streep (Cheerleader - 1966)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Meryl Streep (born in 1949) – Number of statuettes: 3

Meryl Streep, who already has 3 statuettes at home (in the number of nominations she has already overtaken K. Hepburn). The first Oscar Streep received for supporting role in the film “Kramer vs. Kramer” (1979), the second for the main role in “Sophie’s Choice” (1982), and the third for creating Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady” (2011).
 

Oscar records holders - Ingrid Bergman (1945)Oscar records holders - Ingrid Bergman „Casablanca” (trailer)Oscar records holders - Ingrid Bergman „Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde” (trailer)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Ingrid Bergman (1915 – 1980) – Number of statuettes: 3

A Swede who can also boast of Oscars. She won the prizes thanks to her supporting role in the film “Murder on the Orient Express” (1974), and two more for the leading roles in “Gaslight” (1944) and “Anastasia” (1956).
 

Oscar records holders - Jack Nicholson - „Little Shop of Horrors”Oscar records holders - Jack Nicholson - Walk of fameOscar records holders - Jack Nicholson (1976)

 
 
 
 
 
 

Jack Nicholson (born in 1937) – Number of statuettes: 3

The American actor, director, producer and screenwriter has been nominated for the Oscar 12 times. What has not been done by any other actor yet. Is the owner of the largest number of Academy Awards among male actors. Two Oscars were awarded to him for the main roles in the pictures “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1976) and “As Good as It Gets” (1998). The third one brought him a supporting role in the production of “Terms of Endearment” (1984).