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Get cosy: Railbookers marks National Pyjama Day


Experience the world’s greatest sleeper train holidays with Railbookers

It will likely come as no surprise that the folks over at Railbookers fancy sleeper trains! Is there any finer feeling than the thrill of embarking on an overnight rail holidayIt’s an experience second to none.

 

 

Today (19 July), Railbookers is celebrating National Pyjama Day as its staff embark on some incredible overnight rail journeys during their annual familiarization trips. National Pyjama Day is exactly what it sounds like—a day dedicated to wearing your pyjamas to work. As an office, Railbookers loves their jammies and having a good time just as much as they love sleeper trains, and this is the perfect opportunity for them to enjoy both. 

 

There’s something about a sleeper train that can’t be imitated by any other form of travel. And Railbookers’ extensive collection of itineraries features some of the most sought-after sleeper train adventures in the world. 

 

From the new Caledonian Sleeper (which takes travellers between London and various destinations in Scotland), the ultra-luxurious Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, riding onboard Amtrak’s Coast Starlight from Los Angeles to Seattle, or discovering the Rockies from a window seat on Canada’s VIA Rail, it’s about more than getting from point A to B in the shortest possible time.

 

Imagine this: As the train leaves the station, travellers slowly drift off to sleep only to wake up refreshed and ready to discover a new, exciting destination. Sleeper trains connect North America, Asia, and Europe’s big cities, small towns, unforgettable landscapes, and most popular attractions

 

How many times have you just wanted to roll out of bed and head into work in your cosy pyjamas? Well, today (Friday) you can. But you might also want to consider experiencing the romance and bygone era of the world’s greatest sleeper train journeys.

 

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Published: 17 July 2019


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