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Scenic rail journeys, heritage steam railways, cultural sightseeing, city and rural touring combine to provide a comprehensive and eclectic mix of tours to suit all expectations in Ffestiniog Travel’s ‘Rail Holidays of the World’ 2020 Brochure.
Visit diverse destinations like Taiwan, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, India, Japan, Vietnam and Cambodia. There are also many European tours to choose from, including Poland’s Wolsztyn Experience, Germany’s Black Forest and Italy’s stunning Puglia region.
There will also be some special UK rail holidays to Scotland, North Wales and the Isle of Man. Order your copy now to begin your rail journey.
Established in 1998, PTG has an “unrivalled reputation as one of the world’s leading companies”, offering rail based holidays full of culture and heritage.
“Our customers travel with us time and time again knowing that they will have a “holiday of a lifetime” every time.”
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