Vulkan Express: Steam into Christmas

Get into the Christmas spirit aboard the Vulkan Express, a lovingly preserved narrow gauge steam train.


Steam into Christmas: by train through snowy mountains, past fairy-tale castles

Between the Rhine to the east and the River Moselle to the south are the romantic Eifel Mountains. Get into the Christmas spirit aboard the Vulkan Express, a lovingly preserved narrow gauge steam train that chugs across a Roman aqueduct on its way in to the snowy heart of the Eifel.

Step back in time in the restored historic car with both original wooden benches and comfy, upholstered First Class seating. And all the cars are heated.

On the Advent weekends before Christmas (Nov 26-27; Dec 3-4, 10-11), including the special St Nicholas Day service (Dec 6), the train pulled by historic steam and diesel engines sets off on a 60-minute journey from Brohl to Oberzissen. Santa Claus, the star passenger, gives away Santa goodie bags to all good children!

On December 26, 2016, the Vulkan-Express Christmas trip climbs from Brohl on the banks of the Rhine to Engeln in the Eifel Mountains. This is a magical ride through a narrow valley, over stone bridges and through a tunnel. At the end, you can even recover from all that Christmas food with a healthy hike.

NB: reservations are essential.
Prices: adults from 13 Euro; children from 10 Euro.

Steam train Vulkan Express

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www.vulkan-express.de/en/
E-mail: buero@vulkan-express.de

Brohltal Railway/Vulkan-Express
Kapellenstrasse 12
56651 Niederzissen, Germany
Tel: +49 2636 80 303

Vulkan Express
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