"A palace on wheels" is what the Spanish railway company modestly calls its Tran Al Andalus. A maximum of 64 passengers per journey can enjoy the scenery of southern Spain from the comfort of 1920s lounge cars.
The Spanish city of Seville is known as the cradle of flamenco. Today, Andalusia‘s capital is thoroughly devoted to this cultural phenomenon. Many other things traditional and new can be discovered here, as well.
The German government hopes its migrant return agreement with Spain, which comes into force this weekend, will just be the beginning. Unfortunately, there's little substance to the deal, says DW's Rupert Wiederwald.
No better way to see the sights of southern Spain than aboard the Tren Al Andalus. In old-school style, the train takes you through the beautiful countryside with stops for wine tasting, a visit to the Alhambra and more.
Two days off, three days on: that's the pattern that will likely bring major delays to France's rail service over the next three months. The strikes will test the French president's proposals — and the unions themselves.
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