Departing from a variety of regional stations, the train offers day trips and short breaks across the UK and a wealth of on board dining experiences.
Relive the era of luxury rail travel in supreme style as you travel through spectacular countryside to compelling destinations.
To make the most of your visit, we recommend splurging on an Angkor Wat pass, which will allow you to return throughout the day or week, for various shots of the temples in different weather and light.
Still, the city is a monument to its monuments, and the magnificent Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore (known simply as Il Duomo), with features dating back to the 7th century, remains the most recognizable feature of the Florentine skyline.
At night, Sukhumvit Soi 38 offers an equally vibrant street-side feast, where pedestrians elbow up to tables for fat rice noodles, mango sticky rice and pathong ko (Thai doughnuts) with pandan leaf custard.
Perhaps it's the marvels of the Old City, like Rynek Glowny -- the largest Medieval square in Europe -- and the Royal Castle of Wawel that have captivated intrepid travelers seeking something unfamiliar out of their explorations abroad.
As you sit back in your armchair, prepare to relax as stunning scenery passes your window.
Indulge in contemporary dishes, crafted from seasonal specialities, and an outstanding selection of wines.
Situated in the hillside town of Deia, the warren of buildings that is the Belmond La Residencia, built in local stonework, seamlessly fits into the mountain scenery.Belmond Charleston Place is a luxurious hotel option for those visiting the city.It includes wonderful dining options, such as the Charleston Grill and the Palmetto Cafe, as well as high-end shopping.While the two-year-old Ritz-Carlton, Kyoto appeals to luxury travelers with its private Zen gardens overlooking the Kamogawa River, it's also worth considering a stay in a traditional ryokan, or guesthouse.You can't see Kyoto without exploring the city's incredible Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines -- there are more than 2,000 scattered across the city -- but insiders recommend Sanjusangendo, which houses 1,001 statues of the god Kannon, carved from cypress in the 12th and 13th centuries, as well as the iconic Kinkaku-Ji (Golden Pavilion).