Before the dawn of private jets, royalty and high society members traveled through Europe onboard luxury trains. The most famous of these being the Orient Express, which reached its heyday between WW1 and WW2. Now, she is riding the rails again! The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express is comprised of eleven sleeping cars, three restaurant cars, one bar car and two staff cars, making it the longest passenger train in Europe. But it’s not just an ordinary train - each of the 17 carriages was once part of Europe’s iconic Orient Express! Passengers can now book passage between London and Venice for an overnight trip that will provide stories for a lifetime.