Embark on the luxurious blue and gold carriages of the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express in Venice and enjoy your day on board as the train travels through the breathtaking scenery of the Italian Dolomites and the majestic Swiss Alps. Spend overnight on board as the train travels through France towards Paris.
Upon departing Paris, travel to the French coast for the Channel crossing. Board the gleaming carriages of the British Pullman for your journey through the Kentish countryside to your destination, London.
Board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express at Venice Santa Lucia station.
After you have settled in, it will soon be time to enjoy a three-course lunch in one of the restaurant cars.
Spend the afternoon relaxing in the comfort of your cabin gazing at the beautiful passing scenery.
Afternoon tea is served in your cabin.
A leisurely four-course dinner is served, prepared on board by our skilled French chefs.
After dinner retire to your cabin which has now been transformed into a cosy bedroom.
Breakfast is served in your cabin by your steward at a time to suit you.
The train pulls into Paris Gare de l’Est and halts for 40 minutes, take this opportunity to stretch your legs along the platform.
A delicious brunch is served in the restaurant cars as you travel on towards the French coast for the Channel crossing.
Join the British Pullman for the journey to London.
A traditional afternoon tea accompanied by a glass of Champagne is served, before arriving at London Victoria station.
City / Station
Venice (Santa Lucia station)
Paris (Gare de l'Est station)
Departure Dates & Prices
2, 9, 12, 16, 23, 30
17, 21, 24, 28
11, 18, 21
9, 16, 23
17, 20, 24, 27
8, 15, 29
$3,140 per person
$5,290 per person
Rates are fully inclusive of accommodation, meals, wine, alcoholic and other beverages, day tours and entertainment. Priced in US currency. Taxes & Fees are extra.
Information & Reservations
1-800-717-0108 or 503-292-5055
Rail News & Updates
The carriages which today form the famous Venice Simplon-Orient-Express each have a history of their own, with long years of service criss-crossing the frontiers of Europe, operating for a variety of railway companies.
The carriages have taken on characters of their own as intriguing as the characters of those who traveled within their cozy confines.