Palace Tours is proud to announce exclusive tours with El Transcantabrico Gran Lujo in 2014 that further enhances the luxury offered by Spain’s super luxury train.
For its 2014 program, Palace tours is offering 9 night / 10 day programs for “Northern Spain by Luxury Train Gran Lujo – Eastbound from Santiago de Compostela” and “Northern Spain by Luxury Train Gran Lujo – Westbound from San Sebastian”
These tours offer a great value add options for the luxury train that usually offers tours between Santiago de Compostela and San Sebastian. Services like Welcome Dinner, Farewell Dinner, meet and greet service, hotel nights before and after the 7 night / 8 day journey and more are a part of added service to the existing itinerary of the El Transcantabrico Gran Lujo.
El Transcantabrico Gran Lujo, is rated among the top ten trains in the world and mentioned in the NY Times best seller – “1000 Places to see before you die” by Patricia Schultz and has been used as part of the tour itineraries by National Geographic and Smithsonian tour groups. The train has 14 suites with twin and matrimonial bed accommodations. All rooms are fitted with a hydro-sauna. The train has a bar car, restaurant and a caring team that attends to the guests’ needs.
The guests get to experience the destinations along the way and visit local attractions like the Guggenheim museum, Altamira caves etc. (all entrances included) as a part of their guided excursions. All meals are included (including wine at meal times) during the tour – either on the train or at local carefully pre-selected restaurants throughout the journey.
The fact that there are typically only 28 guests on the train, the tour gives the opportunity for the guests to experience the exclusive service wherever they go.
These tours are exclusively available through Palace Tours, the leader in train tours in the world. Palace Tours’ exclusive sites http://www.palacetrains.com and http://www.spaintraintours.com are known to provide latest information and best deals in Spanish luxury trains and represents RENFE, Spain’s train company.