First introduced in France in 1981, Eurail’s high-speed trains travel up to 190 miles per hour on a dedicated track. In other words, you can travel from Paris to Marseille in just over four hours. Hamburg to Munich takes less than six.
You’re not enduring jolting tracks or stiff seats, either. High-speed trains boast a comfortable, smooth, and of course, fast, ride.
A few links to high-speed trains in Europe:
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