The Orient Express returns to Italy with six trains dedicated to the "La Dolce Vita."

Authentically luxurious holidays include luxurious and snug accommodations at historical resorts that are packed with wonderful visions, exquisite food, history and charm, as well as exhilarating experiences. Traveling on a luxury vacation is a wonderful opportunity to de-stress and re-ene

Authentically luxurious holidays include luxurious and snug accommodations at historical resorts that are packed with wonderful visions, exquisite food, history and charm, as well as exhilarating experiences. Traveling on a luxury vacation is a wonderful opportunity to de-stress and re-energize while also spending quality time with your family and friends. Consider the possibility of taking this luxurious vacation on a train across the country. On a 16,000-kilometer voyage through Europe, the new Orient Express La Dolce Vita offers passengers the opportunity to have a taste of Italy and European culture.

The project, which was signed by Arsenale S.p.A. in collaboration with Orient Express, a subsidiary of the Accor group, will begin accepting passengers in 2023. Six trains will depart from 14 different locations as part of the premium rail tourist concept. Three overseas destinations will be visited throughout the trip: Rome, Paris, Istanbul, and Split, among others. The train experience is based on the original Orient Express Train, which was introduced by Georges Nagelmackers in 1869 and was built in France.

It is an honor for me to be working with the Raffles and Orient Express teams to revive the sophisticated nomadic spirit of Orient Express for a new generation of travellers," said Stephen Alden, CEO of the Accor Group. The initial railway line was groundbreaking in that it paradoxically linked civilizations together — the Occident with the Orient, history with modernity – in a way that had never been done before. The goal for us as travel craftsmen is to resurrect the old-world, awe-inspiring 'trip to somewhere,' and to reconcile certain paradoxes: a journey and a destination, wonder and inspiration, movement and reflection."

The La Dolce Vita Trains of Orient Express are a luxurious way to travel.

The new Orient Express concept pays homage to "La Dolce Vita," Italy's heyday of beauty, joie de vivre, and artistic fervor in the 1960s, which is celebrated in the film "La Dolce Vita." The train will take passengers on an environmentally beneficial journey via 16,000 kilometers of track, 7,000 kilometers of which are ancient lines that have not been electrified yet. The trains represent the Italian way of life and the country's traditions in a way that is relevant to today's world of travel. Designed by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran's Dimorestudio driving directions, each of the six trains will feature 11 cars, with 12 Deluxe cabins, 18 Suites, one Honour Suite, and a restaurant in each of the six trains.

The luxury train will provide five-star service on board, with a meal created in partnership with famous local and international chefs and sommeliers to complement the experience. The menu will highlight the superiority of "Made in Italy" products. The Orient Express executive lounge will be the first spot where passengers will be greeted when they arrive at the Roma Termini station before to their departure. Guests will be able to enjoy refreshments in the attractive venue, which will also have specialized services and employees.

"We will take travelers to explore new routes, to unique areas where they will be able to enjoy a "Made in Italy" experience with a warmth that is truly our own," remarked Paolo Barletta, CEO of Arsenale S.p.A. "The travel itself becomes the goal, and Italy has never been so near and exciting as it is right now," says the author. The majority of the six trains will begin in Italy and will take you through the Alps, the pastoral countryside, or to the beautiful beaches of southern Italy, among other destinations. The three specific itineraries will go on a voyage across eight countries, starting in Rome and ending with destinations such as Istanbul and Split.

Consequently, perhaps your next vacation to Italy will be highlighted by a luxurious train ride that will introduce you to the simplicity and quality of Italian culture, while also enjoying the joie de vivre of the Italian 1960s and 1970s through the grandeur of The Orient Express La Dolce Vita.

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