Those hoping to escape by rail for the Bank Holiday weekend were also met with disruptions today because main stations in London are undergoing engineering work. It is being described as Network Rail's biggest August bank holiday engineering project .
Spies traveled by train from Canfranc en route to join the anti-Nazi French Resistance and to pass messages to Allied countries. "It was also used by the Allies, who passed information to France and Spain through a spy network," Mayor Sánchez Morales.
One recent morning, Munster resident Dima Sergiyenko awoke in a train ... bursts of information throughout his vlog, and that keeps it interesting and he’s not just lecturing the whole time." Zagar also feels that taking advantage of travel opportunities.
If you're used to traveling around Europe, this news won't come as any surprise—yet another strike affecting air travel is looming. This time, it's potentially a big one: workers at 46 airports across Spain have voted for a general strike to protest.
If 50 people are confirmed dead, it would be the worst rail disaster in Canada since 1910 when a derailment in Spanish River, Ontario, killed 63 people. Anyone working on a railroad would have known to apply hand brakes to stop a shut-down train from .
August bank holiday disruption expected on UK's railways and roads The Guardian.
I spent the entire summer traveling around Europe with friends, staying in pensions and hostels and seeing the sights. While I've enjoyed many short rail trips in Europe since then, last year I revisited that youthful experience by spending more than a.
For any traveler, Europe has interesting stories to tell and interesting cultures to share. Here's some travel news from Italy, Spain , Portugal, France, Italy, Germany and Austria for those visiting the Continent this summer.
The terrorist attack in Barcelona follows a pattern that has left more than 100 people dead and hundreds more injured in Nice, Berlin, London, Stockholm and Ohio State University — a terrorist takes a van or truck and plows through innocent.
It has taken some time to convince my children that we should travel between Spain's two major cities – Madrid and Barcelona – on a train . They think of trains as slow local transport, like they usually are, but when we arrive at Madrid's Atocha.
On the Montsià plains of southern Catalonia, about a two-hour drive south of Barcelona, lies the Mar de Olivas, or Sea of Olives. Here, shielded between two small mountain ranges, in a broad dry valley near the mouth of the Ebro River, olive groves.
The plotters circumvented a security apparatus that, until last week, had helped Spain avoid attacks like the Madrid train bombings that killed 192 people in 2004. Two decades ago, Madrid agreed to give Catalonia full control over policing under its.
Ireland's meteorological service is predicting wind gusts of 120 kph to 150 kph (75 mph to 93 mph), sparking fears of travel chaos. Some flights have been cancelled, and aviation officials are warning travelers to check the latest information before going.
Madrid tackles 'el manspreading' on public transport with new signs The Guardian.