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South American Train Travel Experiences and Blog
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Read about Train related Travel News from South America. We present you railway lines, changes in train travel and tips how you get around in South America traveling whenever posible by train.
The “Tren del Recuerdo” is a Chilean tourist train that begins its route in the Central Station of Santiago de Chile.
When the word “Group Tour” is mentioned, many may think of a horde of chattering, snapping photo tourists. But there are many reasons for a Small Group Tour.
The Panama Canal Railway is a railway line linking the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean in Central America.
La Trochita, officially known as the Old Patagonian Express, is the common name given to a railway line linking the provinces of Río Negro and Chubut of the Argentine Patagonia.
Trains in Ecuador are good for train enthusiasts, but it is of limited use for traveling because trains run only on short routes and that mainly on weekends.
The LIma-Huancayo Train trip takes 14 hours. The train ticket includes breakfast and lunch. A nurse and oxygen are available on the train.
The Expreso del Sur is a comfortable train traveling across the Bolivian Altiplano from Oruro to Villazon. The journey 13 hours fro the 600km
The Train to the Clouds is one of the most famous scenic train routes in South America and worth the journey when traveling in north-western Argentina.