Over the past decade, more and more travelers have been embracing the idea of “slow travel” or “slow tourism,” where practical advocates eschew flying, opting for a more leisurely approach to seeing the world. Not only is this trend more environmentally friendly, it also encourages travelers to be more intentional with their travel, and make a conscious effort to connect with the cultures and places they visit. One of the most popular methods of slow travel, if you have the time, is by rail. T
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