High Speed Trains

Ever since the introduction of the first high-speed trains in France in 1981 the European railroad network has expanded gradually. After this first high-speed train in France other European countries a.o. Belgium, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain and Sweden were to follow suit. High speed trains run up to 300 km/h (186 miles).

Click one of the following high speed trains for more detailed information:

Artesia de Jour (France, Italy) AVE and Talgo200 (Spain) Cisalpino (Germany, Switzerland, Italy) Euromed (Spain) Eurostar (Great Britain, France, Belgium) Eurostar Italia (Italy) ICE (Germany, Austria, Switzerland) Signatur (Norway) Talgo Triana (Spain) TGV (France, Belgium, Switzerland) Thalys (France, Belgium, The Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland) X2000 (Sweden)

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